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Famous Events For November 7

Famous Events For November 7 – Today In History

What Happened on November 7 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 7 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 7, 0680 – third assembly of heads of churches
2. November 7, 0921 – East and West France accept each other’s status
3. November 7, 1492 – meteorite Ensisheim lands forcefully in a wheat farm near the hamlet of Ensisheim in Alsace, France. This is the earliest known date of the strike of a meteorite
4. November 7, 1512 – release of Niccolo Machiavelli from Florence
5. November 7, 1558 – capture of Calais by French King Henri II

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6. November 7, 1631 – astronomer Pierre Gassendi traces the route of travel of Mercury forecast by Kepler
7. November 7, 1637 – Anne Hutchinson declared heretic and convicted in Massachusetts Bay Colony
8. November 7, 1651 – Louis XIV of France reaches an age to accept full responsibility
9. November 7, 1659 – Agreement of peace at the Pyrenees signed on behalf of King Louis XIV and Spanish King Philip IV
10. November 7, 1665 – publication of first copy of “London Gazette” as “The Oxford Gazette”

18th Century – What Happened on November 7 – The 1700s

11. November 7, 1733 – agreement for peace between France and Spain at Escorial
12. November 7, 1742 – Peter of Holstein-Gottorp was adopted as heir apparent of Empress Elizabeth of Russia. He was the nephew of Empress Elizabeth of Russia
13. November 7, 1747 – Daniel Raap organizes a rebellion of musicians in the Netherlands
14. November 7, 1775 – male slaves who enrolled in the British Army were granted freedom by Lord Dunmore
15. November 7, 1786 – The earliest musical association established in the USA was the Stoughton Musical Society
16. November 7, 1794 – French army captures Nijmegen

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19th Century – November 7 This Day That Year – The 1800s

17. November 7, 1800 – Women in Paris are prohibited from wearing pants without permission from the Police
18. November 7, 1805 – the discovery of the Pacific Ocean by Lewis and Clark
19. November 7, 1811 – Gen William Henry Harrison conquers the Native American settlers of Tecumseh Confederation at War war of Tippecanoe
20. November 7, 1814 – first assembly of heads of states in Hague
21. November 7, 1820 – James Monroe becomes the President of the US for the second time
22. November 7, 1824 – the most devastating flood in St Petersburg (4.20m)
23. November 7, 1831 – Greater Colombia splits
24. November 7, 1837 – Protester printer Elijah P. Lovejoy was killed in Alton, Illinois by the pro-slavery crowd while saving his press from destruction for the third time
25. November 7, 1848 – installation of General Zachary Taylor as the 12th President of the USA
26. November 7, 1861 – Brigadier General Ulysses S Grant leads the war of Belmont, his first war assessment, at Mississippi Province, Missouri to victory of Union
27. November 7, 1861 – The Union army seized Fort Walker and Fort Beauregard after successfully fighting the war of Port Royal in Port Royal Sound, South Carolina.
28. November 7, 1863 – war of Rappahannock Station and Kelly’s Ford, Virginia
29. November 7, 1864 – Re-assembly of the 2nd sitting of the Allied States of America
30. November 7, 1872 – baffling desertion of the commercial vessel Mary Celeste four weeks after it navigated from Staten Island for Genoa
31. November 7, 1873 – Installation of Alexander Mackenzie as the second Prime Minister of Canada, replacing John A. Macdonald
32. November 7, 1874 – Thomas Nast illustrates ‘elephant’ in a drawing as the logo of the Republic Party

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33. November 7, 1875 – The first European to cross tropical Africa was Verney Cameron
34. November 7, 1876 – The first African American to be conferred the Ph.D. from a US College was Edward Bouchet
35. November 7, 1876 – the founding of Meharry Medical College at Central Tennessee College
36. November 7, 1876 – Rutherford B. Hayes was elected President of USA after post-election processes.
37. November 7, 1885 – completion of Canadian Pacific Railway at Craigellachie
38. November 7, 1893 – Right to vote by women approved by the US State Colorado

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 7 – The 1900s

39. November 7, 1900 – Royal Canadian Dragoons triumph at the war of Leliefontein and achieve three Victoria Crosses, the highest honor of the UK
40. November 7, 1900 – The Liberal Administration headed by Wilfried Laurier holds support in Canada
41. November 7, 1901 – A French army captures the customs office on the island of Mytilene, a Turkish Ruled island since the Turks had rejected the claims of French guarantee for the losses by the French in 1896

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42. November 7, 1904 – premiere of ‘Little Johnny Jones’ authored by George M. Cohan containing the song ‘Yankee Doodle Dandy’ in New York
43. November 7, 1907 – Jesus Garcia an engineer was killed in a Dynamite burst on a train in Mexico
44. November 7, 1907 – Trial tokens bearing the inscription – Ottawa Mint Trial Run – were struck in the press before the production of coins in Canada
45. November 7, 1907 – the inauguration of Delta Sigma Pi at the University of New York to nurture business in the higher seat of learning
46. November 7, 1908 – Venezuelan Fleet apprehended by Dutch
47. November 7, 1909 – establishment of Knights of St Peter Clever in Mobile, Alabama; Ladies Auxiliary in 1922
48. November 7, 1910 – Write Brothers organized the first air consignment from Dayton, Ohio to Columbus, Ohio, and the shop proprietor Max Moorehouse.
49. November 7, 1912 – the inauguration of The Deutsche Opernhausn in Charlottenburg, a neighborhood of Berlin, with Beethoven’s opera
50. November 7, 1914 – Japanese assault the German territory on the Chinese cape of Shanghai
51. November 7, 1914 – inaugural publication of the journal ‘The New Republic’
52. November 7, 1914 – The Japanese seize the German settlement of Kiaochow Bay and its headquarters at Tsingtao

53. November 7, 1916 – Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolayevich cautions of rebellion
54. November 7, 1916 – The first woman to be nominated to the Congress was Jeannette Rankin
55. November 7, 1916 – During the Mexican Uprising and WW I, Woodrow Wilson vanquishes his rival Charles E Hughes to become the President of the USA for the second term
56. November 7, 1917 – British army seize Gaza, Palestine, from Turks
57. November 7, 1917 – during the Revolution in Russia in October, Lenin and Bolsheviks take over the administration and seized Winter Palace
58. November 7, 1918 – validation of rockets run on solid propellant by Robert Goddard
59. November 7, 1918 – a wrong publication of the report by United Press that WWI has ended and ceasefire has been agreed
60. November 7, 1918 – debut performance of ‘Misteriya Buff’ by Vladimir Mayakovsky in Petrograd
61. November 7, 1918 – the rampant virus sweeps across Western Samoa and kills 7542 by the close of the year
62. November 7, 1918 – in a rebellion in Germany, Kurt Eisner takes over from the Wittelsbach reign in the Bavaria empire
63. November 7, 1919 – US constabulary invade the offices of the Union of Russian Workers
64. November 7, 1921 – debut performance of the musical “Perfect Fool” by Ed Wynn in NYC
65. November 7, 1921 – Hungary enacts a law banning the Habsburg dynasty’s rule
66. November 7, 1925 – A liberal-national group in Italy joins hands with a radical group (fascists)
67. November 7, 1929 – inauguration of the Museum of Modern Art in Hecksher Building in New York

68. November 7, 1931 – Mao Zedong announces the Chinese People’s Republic
69. November 7, 1932 – premiere airing of “Buck Rogers in the 20th Century” on CBS radio
70. November 7, 1933 – Pennsylvania authorizes sports on Sundays thus reversing the blue law
71. November 7, 1934 – New Yorkers vote for Fiorello H. La Guardia as the first African American Democratic US congressman
72. November 7, 1936 – commencement of war of Madrid
73. November 7, 1940 – musical in C scale by Stravinsky debuts in Chicago
74. November 7, 1940 – Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington breakdown
75. November 7, 1941 – BritAir Forceorce assaults Berlin, Mannheim and Ruhrgebied
76. November 7, 1942 – Franklin D Roosevelt was the first US President to speak in French over the radio
77. November 7, 1942 – Cyclist Fausto Coppi covers a distance of 45,848 km, the world’s best
78. November 7, 1943 – A scoreless draw between Detroit Lions and NY Giants (0-0), the last equal finish in NFL
79. November 7, 1944 – FDR triumphs over Republican Thomas E. Dewey to become the President of the US for the fourth term
80. November 7, 1944 – in a train accident in a subway in Aguadilla Spain, 500 lost their life
81. November 7, 1946 – premiere of “Bal Negre” at Belasco Theater NYC to give 54 presentations
82. November 7, 1949 – King Faruk dismisses the Egyptian House
83. November 7, 1950 – debut performance of “Processo Agli Innocenti” by Carlo Terron in Milan
84. November 7, 1950 – French women and children depart from Hanoi/Tonkin-delta
85. November 7, 1951 – The Constitution of Jordan approved
86. November 7, 1953 – TV Transmission channel 10 in Columbia, SC inaugurated on NBC
87. November 7, 1954 – A US reconnaissance aircraft destroyed over North of Japan
88. November 7, 1954 – Cleveland Browns defeat Wash (62-3), by the highest difference (59)
89. November 7, 1955 – discrimination in public entertainment areas banned by the Supreme Court of Baltimore
90. November 7, 1956 – Lester B. Pearson and UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold prompt the UN to create a United Nations Emergency Force to handle the Suez Crisis
91. November 7, 1957 – Phillies pitcher Jack Sanford achieves NL Rookie of the Year
92. November 7, 1957 – TV Transmission channel 35 in La Salle, IL airs the first program

93. November 7, 1957 – The Gaither Report recommends increasing the American rocket strength and rehabilitation camps
94. November 7, 1959 – US achieves 8 ½-3 ½, 13th Ryder Cup at Eldorado Golf Club
95. November 7, 1960 – TV transmission channel 12 in Pembina, ND (IND) commences telecasting the program
96. November 7, 1961 – Atomic test by France at Ecker Algeria
97. November 7, 1962 – Richard Nixon did not win the voting as Governor of California and addresses the reporters that he would not be available to move from place to place
98. November 7, 1962 – Glenn Hall as goalkeeper achieves 503 successive plays of NHL
99. November 7, 1963 – Miss World Crown awarded to Miss Carole Joan Crawford, 20
100. November 7, 1963 – Elston Howard of New York Yankee was the first African American to achieve NL Most Valuable Player
101. November 7, 1963 – The eleven miners trapped under the collapsed mine in Germany were salvaged after 14 days
102. November 7, 1963 – CBS invents replay gadget and uses it for the first time in a football play US Army vs. Navy
103. November 7, 1964 – Braves retained in Milwaukee in 1965 likely to shift to Atlanta in 1966
104. November 7, 1965 – LPGA Tall City Golf Open achieved by Marlene Hagge
105. November 7, 1966 – The spacecraft Lunar Orbiter 2 hurled by the US
106. November 7, 1967 – Cleveland, Ohio, a big city in the US, elects Carl B. Stokes as its first African-American mayor
107. November 7, 1967 – An act to found a Corporation for Public Broadcasting approved by LB Johnson
108. November 7, 1967 – Election of Richard G. Hatcher as mayor of Gary, Indiana
109. November 7, 1967 – Orlando Cepeda of St. Louis Cards is the first unopposed NL MVP
110. November 7, 1967 – satellite Surveyor 6 hurled into space for a smooth landing on the Moon
111. November 7, 1968 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
112. November 7, 1969 – release of the 2nd musical, “Wedding Album” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the UK

113. November 7, 1970 – valedictory of “Purlie” at Broadway Theater NYC after 689 presentations
114. November 7, 1970 – ethnic rebellion in Daytona Beach Florida
115. November 7, 1972 – Richard Nixon, president of the US, defeats Democratic representative George McGovern, in a massive 49-seat win to become the President for the second term
116. November 7, 1973 – New Jersey becomes the first state in the US to permit girls into the club
117. November 7, 1973 – Ambassadorial level contact established between US and Egypt
118. November 7, 1974 – South Africa defeats India (w/o) at the 63rd Davis Cup
119. November 7, 1975 – Herrema, director of AKZO abducted and released in Ireland
120. November 7, 1975 – inauguration of 8th San Diego Comic-Com International at El Cortez Hotel
121. November 7, 1976 – TV transmission of “Gone With the Wind”
122. November 7, 1978 – Jim Rice of the Boston Red Sox achieves the AL MVP
123. November 7, 1978 – W Aantjes steps down as CDA Chairman
124. November 7, 1978 – Marion Barry Jr., the first African American was elected as mayor of Washington, DC
125. November 7, 1979 – The NL Cy Young Award was achieved by Cub reliever Bruce Sutter
126. November 7, 1981 – Atomic test by France
127. November 7, 1982 – valedictory of “Your Arms are Too Short to Box” at Alvin NYC after 69 presentations
128. November 7, 1982 – Constitution of Turkey approved
129. November 7, 1983 – Ali Haji-Sheikh scores his 2nd 56-yard field goal for NY Giant
130. November 7, 1983 – huge destruction without any causalities due to a detonation of a bomb in the US Capitol
131. November 7, 1984 – The sending of STS 51-A spacecraft canceled due to a high wind gradient
132. November 7, 1985 – Colombian forces vacate the 27-hr capture of Bogota’s Palace of Justice
133. November 7, 1987 – Zine al-Abidine, Prime Minister of Tunisia dismisPresidentdent Habib Bourguiba
134. November 7, 1988 – MLB All-Stars defeats Japan, 16-8
135. November 7, 1988 – In a boxing competition, Sugar Ray Leonard knocks out Donnie LaLonde
136. November 7, 1989 – AL Rookie of the Year was achieved by Balt’s Gregg Olson, Relief Pitcher, for the first time
137. November 7, 1989 – Installation of David Dinkins as NYC’s 1st African American mayor and Elizabeth Holtzman as its first women comptroller
138. November 7, 1990 – valedictory of “Little Night Music” at New York State NYC after giving 11 presentations
139. November 7, 1990 – Sandy Alomar Jr. of Cleve Indian achieves the AL Rookie of the Year, unopposed
140. November 7, 1990 – Ireland votes for Mary Robinson as its first lady president
141. November 7, 1991 – premiere of “Brigadoon” at New York State Treater NYC to give 12 presentations

142. November 7, 1991 – premiere of “Park Your Car in Harvard Yard” at Music Box NYC
143. November 7, 1991 – Utah Jazz defeats Seattle (103-95) in the first NBA play in Delta City
144. November 7, 1991 – Magic Johnson confesses that has been affected by HIV and steps down from LA Lakers
145. November 7, 1992 – Phoenix Suns defeat Clippers (111-105) at the 1st NBA play at America West Auditorium
146. November 7, 1993 – Alain Prost achieves the 44th Formula One WDC by 26 points
147. November 7, 1995 – debut performance of Howard Stern Radio in Pittsburgh PA over WXDX on 105.9 FM
148. November 7, 1995 – Howard Stern announces his second book “Miss America”
149. November 7, 1996 – premiere of “3 Sisters” at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC
150. November 7, 1996 – murder attempt on Mike Rozier, NFL/Heisman Trophy Victor
151. November 7, 1996 – In a first-class cricket match, Mumbai vs. Saurashtra, Wasim Jaffer scores 314* in the 2nd test
152. November 7, 1997 – premiere of “Mr Bean” guided by Mel Smith and featuring Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean in the US

21st Century – November 7 This Day In History – The 2000s

153. November 7, 2000 – The Supreme Court of the US intervenes to settle the issue of the contentious election between George W. Bush and Al Gore in favor of Bush
154. November 7, 2000 – The officials of US Drug Enforcement come across the largest LSD workroom in the Army Rocket store in Wamego, Kansas
155. November 7, 2000 – Hilary Clinton voted into the US Senate and the first lady to win the seat in the Senate being the First Lady
156. November 7, 2000 – Margaret Atwood achieves the Brooker Prize for her novel “The Blind Assassin”
157. November 7, 2000 – 4th musical “TP-2.com” by R. Kelly announced (Billboard Album of the Year 2001)

158. November 7, 2001 – The aircraft exceeding the speed of sound (Mach 1), Concorde, recommences its journey after a 15-month interruption
159. November 7, 2001 – Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack, and Toby Keith achieve the 35th Country Music Association Award
160. November 7, 2002 – commercial advertisements of US-made materials banned by Iran
161. November 7, 2004 – The Iraq administration declares a 60-day crisis given the US attack on the fortress of Fallujah
162. November 7, 2007 – nine people lost their life in a firing incident at Jokela School in Tuusula, Finland
163. November 7, 2007 – Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, and Brad Paisley achieve the 41st Country Music Association Award
164. November 7, 2012 – Earthquake of strength 7.3 strikes Guatemala killing 48 people
165. November 7, 2012 – Same-sex wedding approved by public voting in Maine, Maryland, and Washington
166. November 7, 2015 – The World Health Organization certifies that Sierra Leone is cleared of Ebola
167. November 7, 2017 – The first LPGA Rookie to get the #1 position was South Korean golfer, Park Sung-Hyun
168. November 7, 2017 – Rekindling astride Corey Brown wins the Melbourne Cup and Joseph O’Brien becomes the youngest trainer at the age of 24 to achieve this distinction
169. November 7, 2017 – The Indian Medical Association announces a medical crisis due to heavy smog in Delhi, India
170. November 7, 2017 – Ralph Northam becomes the Governor of Virginia, Philip Murphy Governor of New Jersey in the US Democrats stronghold voting
171. November 7, 2017 – North Virginia in the US nominates Danica Roem to state legislature and that person is the first transgender to occupy a seat in the legislature
172. November 7, 2017 – Audrey Luna sings at the highest pitch at Met Opera in New York, A scale above high C scale

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