At the end, a Hyannis Port priest, Rev. Patrick Tarrant, described a last night full of prayer, from Kennedy and his family.
Before Dallas, the Kennedys had Hollywood star-power and New England pluck, not the Royal Standard flying in Hyannis Port.
With electoral success imminent, members of the Kennedy family sat around the table in Hyannis Port.
One of her first calls from the compound in Hyannis Port was to Robert McNamara.
In Hyannis Port, longtime summer home of the Kennedy clan, everyone has a story about the infamous political family.
Three days after that funeral, the Kennedys gathered at Hyannis Port for what was expected to be a somber Thanksgiving.
The senator ended the meeting and walked out onto the porch in Hyannis Port.
The first culprit was Theodore White, who interviewed Jacqueline Kennedy at Hyannis Port on November 29, 1963, for Life magazine.
The Kennedys had Hyannis Port and the Bush clan Kennebunkport.
The time that he describes was a 5-day weekend up in Hyannis Port.