This Day in History: November 26
1922: Archaeologists first entered the tomb of King Tut
1941: Franklin D. Roosevelt established Thanksgiving as a national holiday
1942: Casablanca premiered in New York
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Today in History, November 26. YesterdayTomorrow. 1789. The first national
Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. was proclaimed by President George Washington.
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On 1 March 1896, troops of Menelik II, Emperor of Ethiopia, routed those of General Oreste Baratieri, Italian governor of Eritrea. The victory at Adowa saved Ethiopia from Italian colonization and raised its status to that of an equal partner in the world community of ... More »
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AnyDay-in-History --- Select another Day / Month ... 1910 Cyril Cusack South
Africa, actress (Day of the Jackal) 1912 Eric Sevareid Velva ND, newscaster (
Public Streetcar Service Begins in New York City (1832). The first streetcars,
which were drawn by horses, were introduced in New York City. The first electric
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