What happened on November 7th:
1910: The first air freight shipment from Dayton, Ohio to Columbus, Ohio was undertaken by the Wright Brothers for department store owner Max Moorehouse.
1928: Herbert Hoover was elected president.
1934: Arthur L. Mitchell became the first black Democratic congressman.
1967: Carl B. Stokes was elected the first black mayor of a major city, Cleveland, Ohio.
1976: Gone With The Wind was first televised.
1989: Douglas Wilder was elected the first U.S. black governor in Virginia.
2012: Voters in Maine, Maryland and Washington approve measures for same-sex marriage.