Victoria Claflin Woodhull was ratified as the Equal Rights Party’s candidate for the presidency on 6 June 1872.
Igor Stravinsky’s ‘shockingly contemporary’ The Rite of Spring premiered on 29 May 1913.
Anne of Kyiv married Henry I, king of the Franks, on 19 May 1051.
The physician James Parkinson, who lent his name to the medical condition he defined, was born on 11 April 1755.
The botanist Jules Émile Planchon, who led efforts to find a remedy for phylloxera, died on 1 April 1888.
Evliya Çelebi was born on 25 March 1611.
Pope Clement V suppressed the order on 22 March 1312.
The parliament of Kilkenny, which passed the eponymous Statute, opened on 18 February 1366.
José Guadalupe Posada, who produced over 20,000 engravings during his career, was born on 2 February 1852.
Camillo Agrippa, author of Trattato di scientia d’arme, died on 1 January 1600.