History of U.S. Bombings, Failed Attempts

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  • Ku Klux Klan, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • The Mad Bomber, terrorism, New York City, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Bath Consolidated School, Michigan, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Wall Street
  • Los Angeles Times Building, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Haymarket Square, Chicago, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Boston Marathon Bombings
  • terrorism, Kevin Harpham
  • Times Square, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings, Umar Farouk
  • Sept. 11 Terrorist Attacks, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism, Unabomber
  • Birmingham Abortion Clinic, Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism
  • 1996 Summer Olympics, Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism
  • Oklahoma City Bombing, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • World Trade Center, Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism
  • U.S. Capitol Building, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • John F. Kennedy Airport, Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism
  •  LaGuardia Airport, Boston Marathon Bombings, terrorism
  • terrorism, U.S. State Department, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • Fraunces Tavern, New York, Boston Marathon Bombings
  •  Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombing
  • Office of Sol Hurok, terrorism, New York City, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • U.S. Capitol Building, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings
  • New York City, terrorism, Boston Marathon Bombings

 Bath Consolidated School 

May 18, 1927: 45 people — 38 of them children — are killed when a school district treasurer, Andrew Kehoe, lines the Bath Consolidated School near Lansing, Mich., with hundreds of pounds of dynamite, and blows it up. Investigators say Kehoe, who also died in the blast, thought he would lose his farm because he couldn't pay property taxes used to build the school. (Photo: Wikicommons)