It's fun to look back over the years and see the significance of certain dates. Here's a few to check out!
♦ 2014: On Nov. 12, NATO command reports Russian troops entering Ukraine.
♦ 1975: The ship Edmund Fitzgerald and crew vanish in a Lake Superior storm on Nov. 10.
♦ 1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt is elected Nov. 7 to a fourth U.S. presidential term.
♦ 1940: Washington state's Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapses in a Nov. 7 windstorm.
♦ 1923: On Nov. 6, Joseph Schick patents the electric shaver.
♦ 1917: On Nov. 7, forces led by Vladimir Lenin overthrow Russia's government.
♦ 1918: A Nov. 11 armistice signed by the U.S. and Germany ends World War I.
♦ 1872: A Nov. 9 fire destroys about 800 buildings in Boston, MA.
♦ 1775: On Nov. 10, the U.S. Marines organize under the Continental Congress.