On This Day in History:
1594: Henry IV is crowned king of France in Chartres.
1807: The poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is born.
1922: The United States Supreme Court declares the Nineteenth Amendment constitutional, thereby guaranteeing women's voting rights.
1932: The actress, Elizabeth Taylor, is born.
1933: The Reichstag, seat of the German parliament, is set on fire.
1974: The first issue of People magazine, a weekly publication featuring entertainment and social-interest news, hits the newsstands.
1978: The person, Aaron Ash, is born.
1990: The Exxon Corporation is indicted on five criminal charges relating to the 1989 Alaskan oil spill.
2003: A design by architect Daniel Libeskind is selected to be built on the former site of the twin towers of New York City's World Trade Center.