The clan gathered there in November 1960 to celebrate John F. Kennedy’s presidential election. They gathered there again decades later to mourn his son’s death. It’s where Senator Edward M. Kennedy died. Now the home, one the most significant in American politics, will no longer be in the family’s possession. The house that is the center of the Hyannis Port compound is being transferred to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United State Senate.
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