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Resident of Youngstown, Ohio, in 1970
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A six-year-old resident of Youngstown, Ohio, in 1970, Amey Kirkbride discusses what she understood about the shootings at Kent State University and her mother's reaction to the events.
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Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
S. C. Bissler and Sons, Inc.
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