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  Dealey Plaza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dealey Plaza (IPA pronunciation: [dili]), in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), is infamous as the location of the John F. Kennedy assassination on November 22, 1963.
Dealey Plaza is a Dallas city park completed in 1940 on the west edge of downtown Dallas where three streets converge (Main Street, Elm Street, and Commerce Street) to pass under a railroad bridge known locally as the triple underpass.
Dealey Plaza is bounded on the south, east, and north sides by 100+ foot (30+ m) tall buildings.
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 Dealey Plaza - The Black Vault Encyclopedia Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Dealey Plaza, (pronounced dee-lee) in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), is famous as the location of the John F. Kennedy assassination on November 22, 1963.
Dealey Plaza is a public park completed in 1939 on the west edge of downtown Dallas where three streets converge (Main Street, Elm Street, and Commerce Street) to pass under a railroad bridge known locally as the triple underpass.
Dealey Plaza is historically known as the site of the first Masonic temple in Dallas (now razed), and there is a marker attesting to this fact in the plaza.
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 Dealey Plaza and the Grassy Knoll
This high resolution CAD rendering of Dealey Plaza shows the salient features of the Plaza, which was a WPA project at the edge of Dallas' downtown.
A history of Dealey Plaza, from the founding of Dallas by John Neely Bryan through the WPA project in the 1930s that created the Plaza to the 1960s when Dallas was unfairly labelled the "City of Hate."
One of the ongoing mysteries of Dealey Plaza is the origin of the fragment that hit James Tague.
mcadams.posc.mu.edu /dealey.htm   (3686 words)

 Welcome to the Mary Ferrell Foundation
Photographs and films were also taken in Dealey Plaza, which the Warren Commission largely ignored but which were studied by private researchers and later the House Select Committee on Assassinations.
The crime scene in Dealey Plaza contains other clues to the direction and number of shots, and thus the number of shooters, beyond the witness accounts.
Dealey Plaza Conspiracy Witnesses - Staff Report in Volume XII of HSCA Report.
www.maryferrell.org /wiki/index.php/Dealey_Plaza   (404 words)

 Texas Twisted | The JFK Assassination Tour: Dealey Plaza
On any given weekend, a trip to Dealey Plaza will result in more than one encounter with an attention-starved conspiracy nut eager to impart to you his view of “what really happened” here in 1963.
It’s one of two pergolas that bookend the north and south sides of Dealey Plaza.
That floor is now home to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, where the window has been preserved in an artificial half-opened position.
www.texastwisted.com /attr/jfk/03   (758 words)

 Dallas to Dealey: The History of Dallas and Dealey Plaza
The city acquired the Plaza for construction of the Triple Underpass, which opened in 1936 and sits east of the former bed of the Trinity.
Bounding the southern edge of Dealey Plaza, and next to the rail lines that once brought mail trains over the Triple Underpass, is the Terminal Annex Post Office building, now a Federal Building.
On November 22, 1993, Dealey Plaza — including all surrounding buildings, the Triple Underpass and parts of the North Yard — was dedicated as a National Historic Landmark District.
mcadams.posc.mu.edu /organ5.htm   (2359 words)

 Dealey Plaza - Dallas, Texas
Perhaps, this plaza and its structures were not meant to be permanent, but history made it so.
Entry to The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is at the left side of the building.
There is a scale model of Dealey Plaza on display that the FBI constructed and used during the Warren Commission investigation.
www.worldoflongmire.com /dailycomment/dallas   (1368 words)

 Tour of Tragedies - The Alamo, Dealey Plaza, Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial 3/6
On Monday evening, July 5th, 2004 we decided to stop at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas to see where President John F.Kennedy (JFK) was assassinated.
We reached Dealey Plaza near nightfall, so the quality of these pictures is not that great.
It is named for George Bannerman Dealey (1859-1946), the publisher of the Dallas Morning News, who had campaigned for the area's revitalization.
www.visi.com /~tomcat/travelogue/sadpoc/sadpoc0003.shtml   (3441 words)

 Dallas Sights - Hosted by The Watermelon Kid
A statue of Dealey, who was born in England, overlooks the plaza, through which Dallas' three principal thoroughfares run: Commerce Street, Main Street, and Elm Street - the street on which the assassination took place.
This historical marker was placed at Dealey Plaza and dedicated on November 22, 1993, the thirtieth anniversary of the assassination.
The old Dallas Municipal Building on Harwood Street, several blocks east of Dealey Plaza, is where Kennedy's alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was mortally wounded by Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963.
www.watermelon-kid.com /dallas-sights/jfk.htm   (659 words)

 Dealey Plaza in Dallas is Focus of 40th Anniversary Observance of JFK Assassination - 2003-11-22   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Dealey Plaza in Dallas is Focus of 40th Anniversary Observance of JFK Assassination - 2003-11-22
Dealey Plaza in Dallas is Focus of 40th Anniversary Observance of JFK Assassination
The mystique surrounding JFK and his tragic end will continue to draw many of them to Dealey Plaza in the future, but the number of visitors may diminish as the people who remember President Kennedy grow older and the number of people born after his death grows ever larger.
www.voanews.com /english/archive/2003-11/a-2003-11-22-23-Dealey.cfm   (715 words)

 Dealey Plaza in Dallas Fort Worth, TX - AOL City Guide
Dealey Plaza will be forever remembered as the area where onlookers watched in horror as President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov.
Located between Main and Commerce Streets in the historic West End, the statue of Dealey is its centerpiece, complemented by a small reflecting pool a few yards away.
Whether you believe Oswald acted alone or you firmly believe in the gunman-on-the-grassy-knoll theory, a stroll through Dealey Plaza is a solemn reminder of a devastating event that changed the course of American history.
search.cityguide.aol.com /dallas/entertainment/dealey-plaza/v-88944   (345 words)

 Museum Facts
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza was established to meet this worldwide demand.
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza contains a permanent historical exhibition dealing with the life, times, death, and legacy of John F. Kennedy with a focus on the impact of his death on the nation and the world.
The early 1960's, the events of November 22-25, l963, the capture of a suspect, world response, major investigations, and the president's legacy are among the topics discussed.
www.jfk.org /facts.htm   (266 words)

 Dealey Plaza History / Dallas History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
  It focuses on the history of Dallas itself, events in Dealey Plaza, and the man for whom the Plaza was named, George Bannerman Dealey, whose statue stands almost neglected on the southern side of the Plaza.
About the Author: Jerry Thomas Dealey was born in Dallas, in 1955, as a member of the third generation of the Dealey family to be born and live in that city.
He is a member of the “Dallas Historical Society”, as well as an ‘overseas’ member of the British group “Dealey Plaza, UK”.
users2.ev1.net /~MickeyD/dallas00.htm   (969 words)

 The JFK Assassination Site
Thousands visited the assassination site during the week of November 22, 2003, with thousands at Dealey Plaza at 12:30pm on the 22nd.
At Dealey Plaza there are always tourists, every day, anytime of the day.
The JFK Memorial, a block north of Dealey Plaza, appropriately across the street from the Conspiracy Museum.
www.durangotexas.com /eyesontexas/dallas/jfk.htm   (419 words)

 The shooting in Dealey Plaza - The killing of Kennedy
Few people in dealey Plaza have heard this shot, maybe due to the noise of the crowd and the motors of the cars and motorbikes in the motorcade.
Meanwhile, in Dealey Plaza, some people thrown themselves to the ground while others run to the top of the grassy knoll near the fence to look for the author of the shooting cause they though that the shots came from that location.
Some of the people that reached the top of the grassy knoll were stopped by men that identified themselves as members of the Secret Service.
jfk.iefactory.com /hechos/deai.htm   (543 words)

 The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
Key artifacts range from cameras used in Dealey Plaza that day to the FBI model of Dealey Plaza used by the Warren Commission.
The Collection of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza represents the largest single source of news footage, eyewitness films, photographs, and printed documentation related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy outside the major broadcast networks and the National Archives.
www.museumsusa.org /museums/info/1167490   (885 words)

 Texas Monthly: JFK Extra - Dealey Plaza Revisited
At 12:30, as the open limousine carrying the Kennedys and the Connallys moved west on Elm past Dealey Plaza, shots rang out.
They were fired at the motorcade on Elm Street, starting just past the oak tree on the north side of Elm and stopping before the limousine reached the second lamp post on the north side of the street.
Police at Dealey questioned eye witnesses and immediately began searching the Texas School Book Depository, a textbook distribution facility facing Dealey Plaza at 411 Elm.
www.texasmonthly.com /ranch/jfk/time.php   (365 words)

 Photo Archive: Dealey Plaza
Dealey Plaza is located in Downtown Dallas and was the site where John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
The Plaza was opened in 1936 and named after Dallas Morning News Publisher George Bannerman Dealey.
Dealey Plaza is now a Mecca for people fascinated by the assassination and apart from a few minor cosmetic changes, has remained virtually as it was on the 22nd of November, 1963.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /JAMESdealey.htm   (205 words)

 Dealey Plaza History / Dallas History / Dealey Plaza Conclusion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The “Heart of Texas” could be considered Dallas, and the “D in the Heart of Dallas” could be considered Dealey Plaza.
The city’s founders had slept and planted their crops there, the leaders from the Republic of Texas had stopped and shared a drink or two here, and the pioneers looking to cross the Trinity had found respite here.
Dealey had walked onto the Commerce St. Bridge here, to smoke his cigar, and notice some river-bottom land he would buy.
users2.ev1.net /~MickeyD/Dallash20.htm   (565 words)

 Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas
The southeast window on the sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, where an assassin is alleged to have fired the shots that killed President John F. Kennedy and severely wounded Texas Governor John Connally as the presidential motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.
Our Dealey Plaza photographs are free for noncommercial use.
On November 22, 1993, Dealey Plaza including all surrounding buildings, the Triple Underpass and parts of the North Yard was dedicated as a National Historic Landmark District.
www.cirrusimage.com /Dealey_Plaza.htm   (314 words)

 Trip to Texas on Labor Day Weekend 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Looking to the center green of Dealey Plaza toward Main and Commerce Street's from the corner of Houston and Elm street as in the picture above.
This is the historic marker in Dealey Plaza dealing with President Kennedy's tragic death.
This is the spot directly where Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza and where the memorial marker was placed in line with on the side of the street of which is pictured above.
members.tripod.com /buggy16/texas.html   (199 words)

 A Return to the Scene of the Crime
Dealey Plaza today is like the silent stage of a forgotten Shakespearean tragedy or, better yet, a well preserved Civil War battlefield signifying a dynamic shift of history.
Perhaps in time—another 40 years perhaps—the complete effacement of falsehood will reveal the scale of our bondage to the imperial lie that threatens to bankrupt us financially as well as morally.
Douglas Herman recently returned from a two week research trip to Texas, including Dealey Plaza, the Texas Theatre, Johnson City and LBJ Ranch.
www.strike-the-root.com /4/herman/herman2.html   (569 words)

We walked to Dealey Plaza, passing the Dallas city jail.
Strange as it may seem now, tourists had not yet begun to arrive in Dealey Plaza in significant numbers.
Yes, it is a strange world, and dangerous, and it was born in Dealey Plaza.
www.mackwhite.com /Dealey.html   (2525 words)

 Dallas Attractions - The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is an educational and permanent historic exhibit that examines the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy within the context of American history.
The museum's exhibition area uses historic films, photographs, artifacts and interpretive displays to document the events of the assassination, the findings of the official investigations that followed and the historical legacy of that national tragedy.
The audio tour tape is available in seven languages as well as a children's version, along with a video composed of the films used in the exhibition.
www.dallas.com /tours/sixth-floor-museum.html   (588 words)

This fact suggests phony Secret Service agents were in Dealey Plaza, and that they were there to help the assassins escape.
Often overlooked in discussions on phony SS agents in Dealey Plaza is the disturbing account of Sergeant D. Harkness, (Posner, for example, does not even mention it.).
In the Couch film we see what appears to be Agent Johns and newsman Tom Atkins running to the street to catch a ride, and Johns is seen to vault over the trunk of Wiegman's camera car (Trask 425-427).
www.jfklancer.com /ManWho.html   (3193 words)

 Amazon.com: Murder in Dealey Plaza: What We Know Now that We Didn't Know Then: Books: James H. Fetzer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Editor's note: Ira David Wood III began a chronology of events before, during, and after the murder of JFK as background for a dramatic work he planned to compose.
Dealey Plaza, President Kennedy, Elm Street, Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby, Clint Hill, Air Force One, Fort Worth, New York, Roy Kellerman, Ford Motor Company, Dealev Plaza, Gerald Posner, Love Field, Edgar Hoover, Jeremy Gunn, Police Band, Houston Street, Jesse Curry, John Stringer, Emory Roberts, Oliver Stone, Sam Kinney, Texas Theater, Abraham Zapruder
For students of the Kennedy assassination, Murder at Dealey Plaza offers a chilling chronology of personal movements and actual events leading up to, during, and directly after the murder of John F. Kennedy.
www.amazon.com /Murder-Dealey-Plaza-What-Didnt/dp/0812694228   (3512 words)

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