Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy: Our Huge Influence In The 1960's

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Tisha Richmond Miss Jayme Geisendorfer 8th English 24 March 2015 3rd Draft Jacqueline Kennedy: Our Huge Influence in the 1960’s From the beginning when she was just a youthful little girl, then into a style influence, and marring Mr. Onassis, Mrs. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis’s story stole each and every one of our hearts. Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy’s life legacy has impacted many people so much that we still adore her and are dazzled by her darling style even today. She had two beautiful children she absolutely adored and a husband who loved her very much. Soon to find out, the family had deep secrets never told to anyone, but some how the media found out and those secrets fled across the country. She happily remarried to an Onassis after her husbands death. The life of Jackie Kennedy was a huge impact in that period of time and still is currently. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was a woman who was strong, not only for her family but served as a patriot the country could count on for her determination and persuasion.…show more content…
She was born on July 28, 1929 and grew up with her parents Janet Lee Bouvier, John Vernon Bouvier III and her sister Lee Bouvier (“Onassis Jacqueline Kennedy”). Jackie was only a year old when her mother put her on the back of a horse (“ Life of Jacqueline”). When she turned eleven she had already won many National Championships including a double victory in the horsemanship competition (“ Life of Jacqueline”). In 1940, Jackie’s parents were divorced and her mother remarried to a rich lawyer named Hugh Dubley Auchinoclosses (“Onassis Jacqueline Kennedy”). The remarriage brought Ms. Bouvier three more siblings and two of which were boys, Yusha and Tommy, and 1 sister Nina (“ Life of Jacqueline”). Jackie was raised very well in her home but was taught even better by her

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