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Source: Canadian Manufacturing
After an economic decline in October, the Canadian economy began to bounce back in November. Cold weather helped increase activity in the utilities sector. Meanwhile, the construction and retail industries also experienced gains.
0786: Harun al-Rashid succeeds his older brother the Abbasid Caliph al-Hadi as Caliph of Baghdad.
1194: Richard I, King of England, is freed from captivity in Germany.
1787: Shay's Rebellion, an uprising of debt-ridden Massachusetts farmers against the new U.S. government, fails.
1795: France abolishes slavery in her territories and confers slaves to citizens.
1889: Harry Longabaugh is released from Sundance Prison in Wyoming, thereby acquiring the famous nickname, "the Sundance Kid."
1906: The New York Police Department begins fingerprint identification.
1909: California law segregates Caucasian and Japanese schoolchildren.
1915: Germany decrees British waters as part of the war zone; all ships to be sunk without warning.
1932: Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt inaugurates the Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, N.Y.
1941: The United Service Organization (U.S.O.) is formed to cater to armed forces and defense industries.
1945: The Big Three, American, British and Soviet leaders, meet in Yalta to discuss the war aims.
1966: Senate Foreign Relations Committee begins televised hearings on the Vietnam War.
1974: Newspaper heiress Patty Hearst is kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army, beginning one of the most bizarre cases in FBI history.
1980: Syria withdraws its peacekeeping force in Beirut.
1986: The U.S. Post Office issues a commemorative stamp featuring Sojourner Truth.