JFK was assassinated Noverber 22, 1963 In 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first man to land on the moon.
Culture British Invasion! The Beatles took over America, heart-struck thousands of girls, and topped the charts. They changed music by being the first group to influence pop music. The boyband consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. One of their most popular albums came out in 1966. The album Revolver, is still creeping up the charts at number three! In the sixties the show that struck the nation was The Adams Family. Theyre creepy and theyre kooky, mysterious and spooky and all together ooky the Adams Family. The Adams Family series contains sixty-four episodes! Another popular TV show was The Brady Bunch. A large family came together to be the Brady Bunch. The King, Elvis Presley was a hit in the sixties!
In the 60s you could buy items much cheaper than you can now! Gas- 39 cents Letters- 6 cents Milk- 95 cents Hershey Bar- 5 cents The Vietnam War greatly effected our economy. It made the U.S greatly in debt.
Mini-Skirts were the new hip thing in the sixties. FLOWER POWER! Peace signs were new the trend! Hippies were just getting started in the sixties. Tie Dye was a major trend! Bell Bottoms kicked their way to the top! A new hair style was the afro! Barbie Dolls were a fad in the 60s! Mini-Skirts were the new hip thing in the sixties. FLOWER POWER! Peace signs were new the trend! Hippies were just getting started in the sixties. Tie Dye was a major trend! Bell Bottoms kicked their way to the top! A new hair style was the afro! Barbie Dolls were a fad in the 60s! Fashion in the Sixties
The Sixties had some radical words man! How far out! Far Out- cool Flick-movie Fuzz- the police Hangin loose- taking it easy Greaser- boy who slicks back his hair Hook-steal Jump bad- looking for a fight
Green Bay Packers won the first Super Bowl in 1967 Martin Luther King was shot in Memphis by James Earl Ray Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon in 1969 JFK was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963 MLK delivered his famous speech I had a Dream
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