1836: The fourth president of the United States, James Madison, died in Montpelier, Va.1951: A TV version of the radio comedy program ''Amos 'N' Andy'' premiered on CBS. (While criticized for racial stereotyping, it was the first network TV series to feature an all-black cast.)
1978: Brown County Fair entertainers were Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, country singing duo Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius, and the Kendalls.1981: Terry Fox, who embarked on a cross-Canada run to promote cancer awareness despite the loss of his right leg to the disease, died in New Westminster, British Columbia, one month before his 23rd birthday.
1986: The Osmond Brothers were the headliners for the Presentation Sisters' Centennial Celebration at the Aberdeen Convention Center.2000: Seven months after he was cast adrift in the Florida Straits, Elian Gonzalez was returned to his native Cuba.
Source: Dacotah Prairie Museum and The Associated Press