November 27 holidays in 2019
Tie One On Day
National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
National Craft Jerky Day
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Historical Events on November 27
The American Statistical Association is organized in Boston, Massachusetts.
Confederate leader John Hunt Morgan and some of his men manage to escape the Ohio Penitentiary and make it back to the South during the American Civil War.
General George Meade and his Union forces fortify their positions against the forces of Confederate General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Mine Run during the American Civil War.
At the Battle of Washita River during the American Indian Wars, U.S Army Lt. Colonel George Custer leads his forces on an attack on Cheyenne Indians living on a reservation.
Alfred Nobel signs his Last Will & Testament at the Swedish-Norwegian Club in Paris. His will contained provisions that established the Nobel Prize after his death.
The United States War College is founded.
The first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is held in the city of New York.
During the Second Souhane Massacre in Algeria, 25 people are killed.
The Hubble Space Telescope discovers a hydrogen atmosphere on the extrasolar planet Osiris.
A shooter in a Planned Parenthood Facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado shoots two civilians and four police officers. The shooter eventually surrenders.
Famous Birthdays on November 27
Swedish astronomer and physicists, Anders Celsius is born in
American lawyer and politician, Robert R. Livingston is born in
English physicists, pathologist and Nobel Prize laureate, Charles Scott Sherrington is born in
American painter William Bliss Baker is born in
American-Chinese actor, martial artist and screenwriter, Bruce Lee is born in
American poet Marilyn Hacker is born in
American rapper Bad Azz is born in
American actor and screenwriter, Jaleel White is born in
American entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of Transatomic is born in
English singer Josh Dubovie is born in
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