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1718 – Sweartbeard se wicing wæs geslean æt sæce be a boarding party of British sailors off the coast of Norþcaroline, ending his reign of terror in the Caribbean.
1858 – American land developer William Larimer, Jr. placed cottonwood logs to stake a claim on a hill overlooking the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek in present-day Colorado, naming the site Denver.
1869 – The Cutty Sark (pictured), one of the last sailing clippers ever to be built, was launched æt Alcluithe on Lefenaxe.
1887 – The first college lacrosse game was played between New York University and Manhattan College.
1963 – Hours after John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in aboard Air Force One as the 36th President of the United States.
1967 – The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 242 in the aftermath of the Six-Day War between Israel and Egypt, Jordan, and Syria.
1986 – Mike Tyson defeated Trevor Berbick to claim the heavyweight boxing championship of the World Boxing Council, and became the youngest boxing champion ever.
1995 – Toy Story, the first feature film created using only computer-generated imagery, was released.
2004 – Massive protests started in cities across Ukraine, resulting from allegations that the Ukrainian presidential election between sitting Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and leader of the opposition coalition Viktor Yushchenko was rigged.
22. dæg Blotmonðes: Stæfræw Dæg in Albanie (1908); Sundorrīcesdæg in Libanus (1943)
498 – Æfter Anastases II dēaþ, begen Symmachus and Laurentius gecear man to bēon pāpe, hwærof wæs geflyte þæt læstede oð 506.
1635 – Niðerledisc þreat on Formosan (se is Taiwan) ongann þreomonaþ friþweorc cemp wið Taiwanese aborigines.
1928 – Boléro, Maurice Ravel's mǣrst glīwdrēamweorc, hæfde his ǣrrste fremmunge æt Paris Opéra.
1988 – Se forma B-2 stealth byrstadroppendlyftcræft þæs Geānlæhtedan Rīca Lyftþrēat wæs ǣrrste ontynd openlice æt Lyftþrēat Ambihthūs 42 in Palmdale on California.
2005 – Angela Merkel (in biliðe) anām hiere ambeht swa se ærrsta spindelhealfes Cancellere of Germanie.
Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey
President Lyndon Johnson taking his oath of office
King Juan Carlos I of Spain