1. 1622: Indigenous Powhatan warriors killed 347 English settlers throughout the Jamestown colony in present-day Virginia, which became known as the Jamestown Massacre.

2. 1765: The British Parliament passed the Stamp Act, imposing the first direct tax on the American colonies, leading to widespread protests and contributing to the tensions that led to the American Revolutionary War.

3. 1894: The first Stanley Cup championship game was played in Montreal, Canada, where the Montreal Hockey Club defeated the Ottawa Hockey Club 3-1.

4. 1945: The Arab League was formed in Cairo, Egypt, with the aim of promoting economic, cultural, and political cooperation among its member states.

5. 1972: The United States Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment, which aimed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex. However, the amendment ultimately fell short of ratification by the required number of states.

6. 1984: Teachers at the McMartin Preschool in Manhattan Beach, California, were charged with satanic ritual abuse of the children in one of the most notorious cases of the “Satanic Panic” of the 1980s.

7. 1997: Tara Lipinski, at the age of 14, became the youngest women’s World Figure Skating Champion in history.

8. 2016: Terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium, targeted the Brussels Airport and a metro station, killing 32 people and injuring more than 300 others.

9. 2018: The United States announced tariffs on $60 billion worth of Chinese goods, escalating trade tensions between the two countries.

10. 2019: Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report on Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections to Attorney General William Barr, concluding his investigation.