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Nov 2013

 

 

 

 

 
1

Day of the Dead

Stamp Act in Effect (1765)

2

Jimmy Carter Elected President (1976)

3

Daylight Saving Time Ends

National Sandwich Day

4

First Cash Register Patented (1880)

King Tut's Tomb Discovered (1922)

5

First Automobile Patented (1885)

6

Abraham Lincoln Elected President (1860)

7

FDR Won Fourth Presidential Term (1944)

8

John F. Kennedy Elected President (1960)

9

Berlin Wall Opened (1989)

10

Sesame Street Premiered on PBS (1969)

11

Veterans Day

12

Joseph Stalin Became Ruler of Soviet Union (1927)

13

World Kindness Day

14

Ashura

Claude Monet's Birthday (1840)

15

America Recycles Day

16

International Day for Tolerance

17

Homemade Bread Day

18

Same-sex Marriage Guaranteed in Massachusetts (2004)

19

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address (1863)

20

New Jersey First to Ratify Bill of Rights (1789)

21

Thanksgiving

First Hot-Air Balloon Flight (1763)

22

Buy Nothing Day

JFK Assassinated (1963)

23

Cashew Day

24

Darwin's Origin of the Species Published (1859)

25

Wind-Up Car Patented (1881)

26

Charles Schulz's Birthday (1922)

27

Hanukkah Begins at Sundown

Nobel Prize Established (1895)

28

Ka Lahui (Independence Day, Hawaii) (1843)

29

Louisa May Alcott's Birthday (1832)

30

Mark Twain's Birthday (1835)

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