On November 29, 1832, author and suffragist, Louisa May Alcott was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania.
On November 28, 1843, at the Court of London, the British and French governments formally recognized Hawaiian independence.
On Friday, November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shot as he rode in a motorcade through the streets of Dallas, Texas; he died shortly thereafter.
On this day in history, November 18, 1945, Wilma Pearl Mankiller was born and is honored as the first female Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She was a remarkable leader that worked tirelessly for Native American rights.
On this day in history, November 17, 1878, Immigration activist, Grace Abbott, is born in Grand Island, Nebraska.
On this day, November 16, 1974, the Arecibo message is broadcast an interstellar radio message from the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.
On November 15, 1777, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation.
On November 14, 1732, The Library Company of Philadelphia founded by Benjamin Franklin, signed a contract with its first librarian.
I didn’t know what I was in for when I said, “I do” to my husband who was serving in the United States Air Force.
On November 11, 1954, the United States designates Veterans Day, previously Armistice Day, to honor veterans of all U.S. wars.