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November 24th History

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November 24th In Pop Culture History

1639 - First observation of transit of Venus by Jeremiah Horrocks and William Crabtree - helped establish the size of our Solar System.

1859 - Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species. A first printing sells for around $100,000 today.

1874 - The patent (#157,124) for barbed wire was issued to Joseph F. Glidden of DeKalb, Illinois.

1877 - Anna Sewell's Black Beauty is published.

1896 - The first US absentee voting law (voting via mail) was enacted by Vermont.

1903 - The patent (#745,157) for an automobile electric self-starter was issued to Clyde J. Coleman of New York City. Prior to that, they were hand-cranked.

1950 - Broadway Show - Guys and Dolls (Musical) November 24, 1950

1950 - Storm of the Century - Asnowstorm, takes shape on this date before paralyzing the northeastern United States and the Appalachians the next day, bringing winds up to 100 mph and sub-zero temperatures. 353 people died as a result of the storm.

1954 - Air Force One, the first US Presidential airplane, was christened. It was the third of three C-121 Constellation airplanes, the "Columbine III." A

1953 incident where Eisenhower's aircraft was "Air Force 8610" and an Eastern Airlines plane was "Eastern 8610" created the need to devise a unique call sign.

1962 - The influential British satirical television programme That Was the Week That Was was first broadcast.

1963 - Jack Ruby shot and killed President Kennedy's suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. It was the first live murder shown on American television.

1964 - For first time since 1800, residents of Washington, DC were permitted to vote.

1971 - Dan "DB" Cooper parachuted from a Northwest AL 727 with $200,000 in ransom money, somewhere over the Cascade Mountains, possibly over Woodland, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest area. He was never heard from again.

1973 - #1 Hit November 24, 1973 - November 30, 1973: Ringo Starr - Photograph

1979 - #1 Hit November 24, 1979 - December 7, 1979: Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer - No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)

1982 - Orioles' Cal Ripken was named AL Rookie of Year. In his creerer he compiled 3,184 hits, 431 home runs, and 1,695 runs batted in. From May 30, 1982 to September 19, 1998, he played 2632 consecutive games, another MLB record.

1988 - Mystery Science Theater 3000 premiered on KYMA, in Minneapolis, Minnesota

November 24, 1999 - All the Way... A Decade of Song starring Celine Dion aired on CBS

2012 - Gangnam Style became the most viewed youtube video surpassing 808 million views. As of late 2016, it was over 2.6 billion views.

2013 - Iran signed an interim agreement with the P5+1 countries, led by Barak Obama and the United States, limiting its nuclear program in exchange for reduced sanctions.

November 24th
Celebrity Birthdays

True Statement...

Katherine Heigl ( 1978)
Forrest J Ackerman (1916)
Pete Best (1942)
Denise Crosby (1957)
Terry Lewius (1956)
Scott Joplin (1868)
Zachary Taylor (1784)
William F Buckley (1925)
Even Popeye didn't eat his spinach until he absolutely had to.
Many things have been said about what happened, but I don't know either. Maybe someday. One thing I'm sure of is that all the things that have happened to me, good and bad, happy and sad, have made me what I am today.
-Pete Best


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