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November 19, 1959: Ford stops manufacturing Edsels
November 19, 1959: Ford stops manufacturing Edsels
November 17, 1959: Russell and Chamberlain begin rivalry
November 17, 1959: Russell and Chamberlain begin rivalry
November 13, 1959: 1,301 foot long Narrows Bridge opens
November 13, 1959: 1,301 foot long Narrows Bridge opens
November 9, 1959: Ski-doo snowmobile introduced
November 9, 1959: Ski-doo snowmobile introduced

The following events occurred in November 1959:

November 1, 1959 (Sunday)

Plante's mask
Plante's mask

November 2, 1959 (Monday)

November 3, 1959 (Tuesday)

November 4, 1959 (Wednesday)

November 5, 1959 (Thursday)

November 6, 1959 (Friday)

November 7, 1959 (Saturday)

November 8, 1959 (Sunday)

November 9, 1959 (Monday)

HEW Secretary Flemming
HEW Secretary Flemming
Cranberries
Cranberries

November 10, 1959 (Tuesday)

November 11, 1959 (Wednesday)

November 12, 1959 (Thursday)

November 13, 1959 (Friday)

November 14, 1959 (Saturday)

November 15, 1959 (Sunday)

November 16, 1959 (Monday)

November 17, 1959 (Tuesday)

November 18, 1959 (Wednesday)

November 19, 1959 (Thursday)

November 20, 1959 (Friday)

November 21, 1959 (Saturday)

Dick Clark
Dick Clark

November 22, 1959 (Sunday)

Gerhard Behrendt with Sandmännchen
Gerhard Behrendt with Sandmännchen

November 23, 1959 (Monday)

November 24, 1959 (Tuesday)

November 25, 1959 (Wednesday)

November 26, 1959 (Thursday)

November 27, 1959 (Friday)

November 28, 1959 (Saturday)

November 29, 1959 (Sunday)

Dr. King
Dr. King

November 30, 1959 (Monday)

November 1959

The MOSFET (MOS transistor) was invented by Mohamed Atalla and Dawon Kahng at Bell Labs. It is central to the Digital Revolution, and the most widely manufactured device in history.
The MOSFET (MOS transistor) was invented by Mohamed Atalla and Dawon Kahng at Bell Labs. It is central to the Digital Revolution, and the most widely manufactured device in history.

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