— Bulletin wire reports

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter is 92. Movie director Roman Polanski is 86. Olympic gold medal decathlete Rafer Johnson is 84. Actor-director Robert Redford is 83. Rhythm-and-blues singer Sarah Dash (LaBelle) is 74. Country singer Jamie O’Hara is 69. Comedian Elayne Boosler is 67. Actor Denis Leary is 62. Actress Madeleine Stowe is 61. Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is 58. ABC News reporter Bob Woodruff is 58. Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon is 57. Actor Adam Storke is 57. Actor Craig Bierko is 55. Rock singer and hip-hop artist Everlast is 50. Rapper Masta Killa (Wu-Tang Clan) is 50. Actor Christian Slater is 50. Actor Edward Norton is 50. Actress Kaitlin Olson is 44. Actor-comedian Andy Samberg is 41. Actress Mika Boorem is 32. Actress Parker McKenna Posey is 24.

Highlight: In 1963, James Meredith became the first black student to graduate from the University of Mississippi.

In 1587, Virginia Dare became the first child of English parents to be born in present-day America, on what is now Roanoke Island in North Carolina. (However, the colony ended up mysteriously disappearing.)

In 1862, Dakota Indians began an uprising in Minnesota; the revolt was crushed by U.S. forces six weeks later.

In 1894, Congress established the Bureau of Immigration.

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson issued his Proclamation of Neutrality, aimed at keeping the U.S. out of World War I.

In 1920, the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing all American women’s right to vote, was ratified as Tennessee became the 36th state to approve it.

In 1969, the Woodstock Music and Art Fair in Bethel, New York, wound to a close after three nights with a midmorning set by Jimi Hendrix.

In 1976, two U.S. Army officers were killed in Korea’s demilitarized zone as a group of North Korean soldiers wielding axes and metal pikes attacked U.S. and South Korean soldiers.

In 1983, Hurricane Alicia slammed into the Texas coast, leaving 21 dead and causing more than a billion dollars’ worth of damage.

In 1993, a judge in Sarasota, Florida, ruled that Kimberly Mays, the 14-year-old girl who had been switched at birth with another baby, need never again see her biological parents, Ernest and Regina Twigg, in accordance with her stated wishes. (However, Kimberly later moved in with the Twiggs.)

In 2004, in Athens, Paul Hamm won the men’s gymnastics all-around Olympic gold medal by the closest margin ever in the event; controversy followed after it was discovered a scoring error cost Yang Tae-young of South Korea the title.

In 2017, Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s top White House strategist, was forced out of his post by Trump; Bannon returned as executive chairman to Breitbart News, which he led before joining Trump’s campaign.

Ten years ago: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, during his first visit to Washington in five years, offered lavish praise for President Barack Obama, and Obama spoke of an “extraordinary opportunity” for making peace in the Middle East. Robert Novak, the combative TV and newspaper pundit, died in Washington, D.C., at 78.

Five years ago: Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to Ferguson, a suburb of St. Louis convulsed by protests over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen. Don Pardo, 96, a durable radio and television announcer known for his introductions with a booming baritone on “Saturday Night Live” and other shows, died in Tucson, Arizona.

One year ago: Kofi Annan, the first black African to become United Nations secretary-general, died at 80. Pakistan’s cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan was sworn in as prime minister despite protests by opposition parties.