November Events and Celebrations For Teachers
Aviation History Month - Learn all about aviation and pilots such as The Wright Brothers and Amelia Earhart.
November 1st - National Author's Day - Every year on November 1st author's are honored. It was started by the General Federation of woman's clubs.
November 2nd - North Dakota Becomes a State - On November 2, 1889 North Dakota joined the union as the 40th state.
November 2nd - Daniel Boone's Birthday - The famous pioneer and frontiersman was born on November 2, 1734. To learn more about Daniel Boone and his exciting life, visit this website.
November 4th - King Tut (Tutankhamen) Tomb is Discovered - On November 4, 1922 the tomb of child pharaoh named King Tut was discovered in Luxor, Egypt. An English archeologist named Howard Carter discovered it.
November 5th - Guy Fawkes Day - On November 5, 1605 an attempt was made to blow up the House of Parliament and King James I. Guy Fawkes day is a day celebrated by the British as Thanksgiving.
November 7th - Marie Curie's Birthday - Marie was born on November 7, 1867. Both Marie and her husband Pierre won the Nobel prize for discovering physics.
November 8th - Montana becomes a State - Montana was admitted to the union on November 8, 1889, making it the 41st state.
November 8th - X-Ray Discovered - On November 8, 1859, a man named Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen discovered the x-ray, which has been an important part of the medical field ever since.
November 9th - Sesame Street Premieres - On November 9, 1969 the popular TV show for children, "Sesame Street," aired it's first episode. It was a huge hit with kids and parents.
November 11th - Veteran's Day Observed - A presidential proclamation made November 11th a national holiday to honor all the veteran's.
November 11th - Washington becomes a State - On November 11, 1889 Washington was admitted to the union as the 42nd state.
November 11th - World War One Ends - On November 11, 1918 and end finally came to World War One. The central powers and their allies signed an armistice agreement ending the war.
November 12th - Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Elizabeth was born on November 12, 1815. She was an advocate and suffragist for women's rights.
November 15th - America Recycles Day - Recycling is so important to keeping America clean.
November 16th - Oklahoma becomes a State - On November 16, 1907 Oklahoma was admitted to the union and became the 46th state.
November 16th - The United Nation's International Day of Tolerance - November 16th is a day set aside to learn about tolerance of many things.
November 19th - The Gettysburg Address - On November 19, 1863 President Lincoln gave a speech while standing on the Civil War battlefield in Gettysburg, PA.
November 22nd - John F. Kennedy Assassinated - On November 22, 1963, America lost a great man and president. President Kennedy was shot and killed while riding in a convertible with the presidential motorcade. Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed him in Dallas, Texas.
November 23rd - Franklin Pierce's Birthday - Franklin Pierce was born on November 23, 1804. He was the United States 14th president.
November 25th - JFK's Funeral - On November 25, 1963 over 800,000 people showed up in Washington D.C. to mourn the assassinated president John F. Kennedy. He was buried in Arlington Cemetery in Virginia with a 21 gun salute.
November 25th - Thanksgiving Day - Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.
November 27th - Anders Celsius's Birthday - Anders was an astronomer from Sweden he is well know for his centigrade temperature scale now known as the Celsius Scale. He was born on November 27, 1701.
November 29th - Louisa May Alcott's Birthday - She was born on November 29, 1832. She best known for her book "Little Women" a classic!
November 30th - Mark Twain's Birthday - The author of the classic book " The Adventures of Tom Sawyer " was born on November 30, 1835.