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|1509 – War of the League of Cambrai: French forces defeated the Venetians at the Battle of Agnadello in present-day Northern Italy.||no footnotes, short|
|1607 – An expedition led by Edward Maria Wingfield, Christopher Newport, and John Smith established Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in North America.||refimprove sections|
|1879 – The first group of Indian indentured workers arrived in Fiji on board the Leonidas, forming the nucleus of the Indo-Fijian community.||refimprove section, unreferenced section|
|1955 – Cold War: Eight Eastern Bloc countries signed a mutual defense treaty to establish the Warsaw Pact.||needs more footnotes|
|1988 – A drunk driver struck a converted school bus carrying a church youth group on Interstate 71 near Carrollton, Kentucky, US, killing 27 people.||no footnotes|
- 1264 – Second Barons' War: King Henry III was defeated at the Battle of Lewes and forced to sign the Mise of Lewes, making Simon de Montfort the de facto ruler of England.
- 1787 – Delegates from the thirteen U.S. states convened the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with the intention of revising the Articles of Confederation.
- 1939 – In Lima, Peru, Lina Medina became the youngest confirmed mother in history, giving birth at the age of five years, seven months and 17 days.
- 1940 – World War II: The bulk of Dutch forces surrendered to the Wehrmacht, ending the Battle of the Netherlands.
- 1943 – Second World War: The Australian Hospital Ship Centaur was attacked and sunk by a Japanese submarine off the coast of Queensland, killing 268 people aboard.
- 1948 – David Ben-Gurion publicly read the Israeli Declaration of Independence at the present-day Independence Hall in Tel Aviv, officially establishing a new Jewish state in parts of the former British Mandate of Palestine.
- 1951 – Trains ran on the Talyllyn Railway in Wales for the first time since its preservation, making it the first railway in the world to be operated by volunteers.
- 1961 – In Anniston, Alabama, US, a mob of Ku Klux Klansmen attacked the buses of the Freedom Riders, who were riding interstate buses in the South in mixed racial groups to challenge local segregation laws.
- 1796 –Edƿard Jenner Bryttisc læcce (on biliþe) began testing cūblegen as a vaccine ƿiþ smallpox.
- 1804 – Se Leƿis and Clark Fār þærof ƿæron Meriƿeþer Leƿis and Ƿilliam Clark heretogan left Camp Dubois neah se stede þe is todæg Hartford, Illinois, and begann se ǣrresta Americanisca oferland fār þæm Sericus Garsecges sǣrīme and eft hamƿeard.
- 1868 – Boshin Gūþ: Ƿigan þæs Tokugaƿa sciogundōm abrgdon of sæcce æt Utsunomiyabyrig and fliemedon norþƿeard to Nikkō and Aizu.
- 1925 – Mrs Dalloƿay, ān þāra lofberendran bōca be Virginia Ƿoolf modernist ƿritere, æs gesƿutelod.
- 1973 – Skylab NASA rodorƿic ƿæs of Canaveralnæsse gefloted.