The Daily News | February 18

“The Pilgrim’s Progress,” by John Bunyan, published, 1678
Pluto discovered (Clyde Tombaugh), 1930
Charleston, South Carolina captured by Union naval forces, 1865
Anna Ella Carroll, US writer, died, 1894
First recorded flight of a cow in an airplane (Elm Farm Ollie), 1930
Five of the Chicago 7 found guilty, 1970
Martin Luther, Augustinian monk and founder of Protestantism, died, 1546
Charles Lewis Tiffany, US jeweler, died, 1902
“Temporary insanity” defense first used in America (Dan Sickles), 1859
Henry Norris Russell, US astrophysicist, died, 1957
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti-Simoni, Italian painter and sculptor, died, 1564
“Huckleberry Finn,” by Mark Twain, published, 1885
First formal protest against slavery in US (Society of Friends, Germantown, Pennsylvania), 1688
Japanese internment order signed (Franklin Roosevelt), 1942
Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard, founder of Women’s Christian Temperance Union, died, 1898
Jefferson Davis chosen as president of the Confederacy, 1861