This day in history: May 19

This day in history: May 19

Each of these events took place on the same day in history, May 19.

1536: Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII of England, is beheaded for adultery, incest and treason.

1925: Activist and minister Malcolm X is born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska.

1949: Archie Manning, former quarterback and patriarch of a football family, is born in Drew, Mississippi.

1962: Actress Marilyn Monroe helps President John F. Kennedy celebrate his 45th birthday at New York's Madison Square Garden.

1973: Secretariat takes second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown, winning Preakness Stakes by 2½ lengths.

1994: Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis dies in Manhattan, New York at age 64.

1998: Four months after Sonny Bono's death, he and ex-wife Cher are given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

2007: Dolly Parton sings "I Will Always Love You" to Porter Waggoner on the occasion of his 50th Anniversary with the Grand Ole Opry.

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