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Roger G. Kennedy

Roger G. Kennedy's multifaceted career included banking, television production, historical writing, and museum administration — the last as director of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History. In 1993, President Clinton chose Kennedy to head the National Park Service. He served through the end of Clinton's first term in 1997.

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On the eve of the Civil War, a Mississippi plantation owner and Philadelphia architect set out to build a massive octagonal mansion in Natchez.