John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy

In 1964, Canada honored John F. Kennedy by naming the tallest unclimbed mountain in North America "Mt. Kennedy." In 1965, Robert F. Kennedy, as part of a National Geographic expedition, became the first person ever to reach the summit.

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