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Go outside and see the Full Beaver Moon tonight! This full Moon is
a sign of freezing weather to come. For Algonquin tribes, it was a
time to set beaver traps before the swamps froze to ensure a supply
of warm winter furs. Learn more about Full Moon names and see our free Moon Phase Calendar for the
exact date and time of full moons.

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No shade, no shine, no
butterflies,
   no bees
No fruit, no flowers,
no leaves,
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No-vember!

—Thomas Hood
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November 13,
1833

Thousands of meteors fell per hour.

November
14, 1900

Composer Aaron Copland was born.

November
15, 1937

Debut of Sadie Hawkins Day in Al Capp’s “L’il Abner”
comic strip.

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As the days grow colder, we think of
comfort foods like pot roasts and soups that fill the kitchen with
warming aroma.

Pot roast is a slow food that simmers for
hours but also is extremely easy to prepare because it needs little
attention while it cooks. Try a Cranberry Pot Roast for a tasty twist on an
old Yankee favorite.

This hearty Potato and Broccoli Soup gets rave
reviews
from Almanac.com readers. “Simple to make—simply
delicious! Nice on a cold night,” says one reader.

For
hundreds of Almanac recipes, visit our easy-to-search recipe
collection

If the stars are blinking and
flickering, a storm is coming.

Observation, not old
age, brings wisdom.

–Puplilius Syrus, Roman writer (1st
century B.C.)

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