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Remarks on report of Passamaquody Tidal Power Project, 16 July 1963

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Digital Identifier:
JFKPOF-046-005
Title:
Remarks on report of Passamaquody Tidal Power Project, 16 July 1963
Date(s) of Materials:
16 July 1963
Folder Description:
This folder contains a press copy of President John F. Kennedy's remarks in the new flower garden of the White House upon receiving a report on the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project and Saint John River reservoirs. In his speech the President discusses the proposed projects' potential to produce energy, strengthen the nation's economy, and preserve existing natural resources. The press copy also includes remarks from Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall and Maine Senators Ed Muskie and Margaret Chase Smith.
Extent:
3 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
03.
Series Name:
Speech Files.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Speech Files. Remarks on report of Passamaquody Tidal Power Project, 16 July 1963
Physical Description:
3 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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