BC: "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened." - Dr Seuss
FC: The 1960's Time Line By: Caroline Kerns
1: Marilyn Monroe came from a difficult childhood. Her parents were not the best role models which led Marilyn into living in a foster home. Soon, she got married and became a famous actor making millions. She died in 1962 from drug overdose. Picture from blogskins.com.
3: Dr. Martin Luther King Junior was a wonderful man who spoke of many words. He is well known for his speech "I Have A Dream." He was assassinated in 1968. Picture found athiphopwired.com.
4: John F. Kennedy was the youngest and most favored presidents. He led the nation through the 1960's rough times. Picture found at navsource.org.
5: neu | Neil Armstrong was the first man ever to walk on the moon. Before his trip to the moon, Neil served in the Korean War by flying 78 combat missions. Picture found at en.wikipedia.org.
6: It was 1967 and the first Super Bowl appeared. It was the Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs. Picture found uanews.org.
7: The Lai Massacre begun on March 16th 1968. It was an event in the Vietnam War. Picture found interactive.wxxi.org.
9: The Greaser boys starred in a famous book called The Outsiders. It was written by S.E. Hinton at the age of 16. Picture found at somenovelideas.typepad.com.
10: Star Trek aired in 1966. It was set in the 23 century. Sadly every year it got less viewers. Picture found platformnation.com
11: These Are The Moments I Live For | Sesame Street has been a famous show for many years. Lots of kids love this show about muppets. This show was first aired in 1969. Picture found at sesamestreetsongs.com.
12: home of the free because of our brave
13: The Civil Right Movement was a fight for racial equality. Segregation laws kept the African Americans separated from the rest of the society. Also they didn't allow for African Americans to vote. Picture found at en.wikipedia.org