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7th November

1619
Elizabeth Stuart was crowned Queen of Bohemia on 7th November, 1619. Elizabeth Stuart was Electress of the Palatinate. He was a Queen of Bohemia as the wife of Frederick V of the Palatinate. For her husband’s supremacy in Bohemia became permanent for one winter. She was called The Winter Queen. A coronation is called crowned what is the act of placement of a crown upon a ruler’s head. Aside from the crowning, a coronation ceremony may include many other rites such as the taking of superior vows by the sovereign. The first Duchess of Bohemia was the first Queen of Bohemia. The title was also used until the year 1918, when husband of the last queen was conquered.

1665
On 7th November, 1665, The London Gazette which is the oldest surviving journal, was first published. The London Gazette is one of the popular journals what was recorded by the British government for the first time. This is the most significant among such official journals in the UK nowadays. The London Gazette rights to be the oldest surviving English newspaper and the oldest nonstop published newspaper in the UK, as The Oxford Gazette. Other official newspapers of the UK government are The Edinburgh and The Belfast Gazettes, which, apart from copying certain materials of nationwide interest published in The London Gazette, also contain publications precise to Scotland and Northern Ireland, respectively.

1786
The oldest musical organization the Stoughton Musical Society was founded in the United States on 7th November, 1786. The Stoughton Musical Society is the America’s oldest musical organization what is still running in different name. More than two centuries this has had many illustrious actions. In the year 1908, when united under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the name of this organization was changed to Old Stoughton Musical Society and it has retained that description.

1885
On 7th November, 1885, The completion of Canada’s 1st transcontinental railway was signified by the Last Spike ceremony at Craigellachie, British Columbia. The Last Spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway was the traditional final spike what driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway at Craigellachie, British Columbia. This was driven in and managed by CPR railroad financier Donald Smith, financial crises, marking the end of a saga of natural disasters and even revolt that overwhelmed Canada’s first pancontinental railroad from its beginning. Donald Alexander Smith drives in the Last Spike Telegram to Prime Minister John A. Macdonald proclaiming the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, November 7, 1885. Craigellachie is founded at numerous kilometers to the west of the Eagle Pass summit between Revelstoke and Sicamous.

1893
During the Women’s suffrage, on 7th November, 1893, Women in the U.S. state of Colorado were permitted the right to vote and it is the 2nd state to do so. The Women’s suffrage started in the United States of America. It was created for gaining the legal right of women to vote. This was formed over the course of many decades, first in numerous states and localities, sometimes on a partial basis, and then nationally in the year 1920. Colorado is a state in the United States what about most of the Southern Rocky Mountains. It is located the western edge of the Great Plains and the northeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau.

1900
The People’s Party was founded in Cuba on 7th November, 1900. The People’s Party was a political party in Cuba and this part sustained for short period of time. It was founded on 7th November, 1900 by Diego Vicente Tejera. The People’s Party required to assemble the working class of Cuba into political act. However the party unsuccessful to make any important political innovation. Tejera held in the Constituent Convention of the year 1901 as a representative from the People’s Party.

1914
The first issue of The New Republic was published on 7th November, 1914. The New Republic is a liberal American magazine. The major theme of this magazine is politics and the arts what have been published since 1914. It is influenced by mainly American political and cultural thinking. It was founded by many important leaders of the Progressive Movement, it endeavored to find a steadiness between an rational scientism and a humanitarian progressivism, eventually removal the latter. Through the year 1980s and ’90s it combined elements of conservatism.

1916
On 7th November, 1916, Jeannette Rankin was the first woman who was elected to the United States Congress. Jeannette Pickering Rankin was a popular American politician. She was also served as women’s rights advocate. She also the first woman to hold national office in the United States. She was selected to the U.S. House of Representatives by the state of Montana in the year 1916. She was selected again in the year 1940. A lifelong pacifist and a supporter of non-interventionism, she was one of 50 House members who opposite the battle statement of the year 1917, and the only member of Congress to vote against announcing war on Japan after the occurrence on Pearl Harbor in the year 1941.

1916
Woodrow Wilson was reconfirmed President of the United States on 7th November, 1916. Thomas Woodrow Wilson was a recognized person is United States. He was also an American statesman and academic. He served as the 28th President of the United States. He was a member of the Democratic Party, Wilson aided as the President of Princeton University between the years 1902 to 1910 and then led and was chosen as a progressive Democrat to the office of Governor of New Jersey. Wilson’s victory in the 1912 presidential election made him the 1st Southerner elected to the position since Zachary Taylor in 1848.

1929
The Museum of Modern Art opened to the public on 7th November, 1929 in New York City. The Museum of Modern Art is an art museum and it is situated in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The Museum of Modern Art has been vital in collecting and developing modernist art. It is often recognized as one of the largest and most powerful museums of modern art in the world. It has huge collection of modern and contemporary art like architecture and design, drawing, sculpture, photography, painting, prints, illustrated books and artist’s books, film, and electronic media.

1996
NASA launched the Mars Global Surveyor on 7th November, 1996. Mars Global Surveyor was an American robotic spacecraft. It was developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and started in 1996. Mars Global Surveyor was a global mapping mission that examined the entire planet, from the ionosphere down through the atmosphere to the surface. This helped Mars rovers and lander missions by recognizing possible landing sites and spreading surface telemetry.

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