Watching your interview on Q & A. Very interesting hobby and website. As a history major and enthusiast, I wish you luck in your future endeavors.
Carl said:August 23, 2015 7:17 pm PST
Your website and all the information contained within are a truly remarkable accomplishment. Thank you so much for this very valuable contribution to our nation's history. I enjoyed reading all...especially fascinated with the final words of our leaders.
Rafael Ocasio said:August 23, 2015 7:09 pm PST
Hi Kurt, I viewed your interview tonight on the C-Span program Q&A. You are quite a remarkable young man to do what you've done. I was impressed and inspired by your love of history, presidential lore and encouraging spirit. I too have that passion for history and it was my major in college. I've only been to four presidential gravesites myself. John F. Kennedy and William Howard Taft at Arlington National Cemetery. Woodrow Wilson at The National Cathedral and of course, living in New York City, the Ulysses S. Grant Mausoleum in Upper Manhattan. Don't worry, your record setting is safe! You were a pleasure to watch and listen too. You've taught me a few thing I did not know about this evening, thanks for that. May your enthusiasm for history bring you continued joy as you share it with others and many positive openings in the coming years. As I always say: History is the diary of human kind. Thumbs Up Kurt. 👍👍
steven b tucker said:August 23, 2015 6:51 pm PST
I am also a us president buff from the early 1960s to the
present. the book I used is called the facts about the
presidents 8th ediion by joseph Nathan kane and janet podell. this book was printed in 2009. I met harry s
Truman at his library on august 3, 1963 and I have a
picture with him. he gave a coin with his picture on it with a horse shoe on it also. the us presidents graves I
visited are George washinton, Woodrow Wilson, William
howard taft, john fitzgerald kennedy, Abraham Lincoln and hebert clark hoover
Larry Hilbrich said:August 23, 2015 6:14 pm PST
Watched your interview on Q&A. Great stuff! I am saving your site to my downloads for my travels. Thanks for the interest plus comments. P.S. The Texas State Cemetery in Austin is well worth the time if you are ever in that area.
Brenda Shadrick said:August 23, 2015 5:48 pm PST
Kurt, I am so impressed with your activities regarding the presidents and vice-presidents gravesites. Moreover, I love that you are helping others to access to these sites even if they are unable to visit them. Thanks for helping to preserve and present history to many people.
Rich said:August 23, 2015 5:42 pm PST
The episode of you on Q&A was great! I'm a prof and I was hoping you'd say you wanted to pursue a masters degree...or PhD? I'm jealous that you got to be interviewed by the great Brian Lamb.
Dan Cottle said:August 23, 2015 5:38 pm PST
We had the most enjoyable hour listening to the NPR interview on our way home from a family vacation. More power to you in your quests! For your information, there is a very small, obscure cemetery in Wooster, Ohio that was deeded to the President of the US sometime in the 1800's, but nobody ever took possession. You may want to contact the Wayne County, Ohio Historical Society if you are interested.
Steve Crino said:August 23, 2015 5:22 pm PST
I am an old friend of both your parents (Paul & Lynn). Your grandmother (Catherine) called me earlier tonight and she told me about you being on TV's Q & A. We watched about half the program and was very impressed with all you've done. God bless you and your family...keep up the good work!
Rev. Steve Crino
Bernard Saucier said:August 23, 2015 5:05 pm PST
Just now saw your interview with Brian on C-Span so went to check out your site & place and bookmark it for future use.
I congratulate you and your father for doing this for our
U.S.A. history and our country.
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