On This Day: March 19
- 1742: Birth of Túpac Amaru II who lead an indigenous uprising in 1780 against the Spanish in Peru.
- 1885: Louis Riel declares a Provisional Gov in Saskatchewan, starting North-West Rebellion by the Métis people against Canadian government.
- 1930: During Great Depression, 1,100 men in a breadline in New York seize 2 truckloads of bread as they were delivered to a hotel.
- 1969: The Chicago Eight were indicted.
- 1971: The 110 day long US Bituminous Coal Strike ends.