Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Gabriella Gerhardt set a Guinness World Record for the largest four-leaf clover collection, with a total of 118,791 clovers.
Hasbro announced that their Mr. Potato Head brand was changing its name to be gender inclusive.
Rihanna received a Guinness World Record for being the most tracked artist on Songkick, with 3,867,117 followers.
Madonna fell on stage while performing 'Living For Love.'
Amazon opened its first Amazon Go Grocery store in Seattle, Washington.
Corazon Aquino was elected as the first female president of the Philippines.
The band 'Wing's” debut single 'Give Ireland Back to the Irish' was released by Apple Records.
George Harrison from The Beatles started recording three solo songs from their Abbey Road album at the EMI studio, Abbey Road, London.
NASA's Mariner 6 space probe successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The 16th Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified.
J.P. Morgan incorporated the US Steel Corporation.
US paper money was first introduced into circulation after the passing of the Legal Tender Act to help finance the Civil War.
Showman P. T. Barnum showcased Joice Heth falsely claiming that she was a 161-year-old African American nanny to George Washington.
Samuel Colt patented the multi-shot revolving cylinder gun.
George Washington held the first Cabinet meeting in his house in Mount Vernon.