On This Day November 5
On This Day in History:
1872- Susan B. Anthony is fined $100 for attempting to vote. She never paid the fine.
1935- "Monopoly" the board game is introduced by Parker Brothers Company
1946- John F. Kennedy is elected to the U.S. House of Representatives at age 29.
1959- The American Football League is formed.
1994- Former President Ronald Reagan announces he has Alzheimer's disease.
1995- Queen releases their first studio album since the death of Freddie Mercury.
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