ArchiveOn This Day in History, Feb. 24, 2021Holly Richardson·February 2, 2021·Last updated:May 4, 2021 Share 1803 – Marbury v. Madison confirms the legal principle of judicial review. 1864 – Rebecca Lee Crumpler becomes the first Black woman to receive an M.D. degree. 1868 – President Andrew Johnson impeached on 11 articles of impeachment. 1912 – Henrietta Szold founds Hadassah, the largest Jewish organization in American history, focusing on healthcare and education in Israel and the U.S. 1946 – Juan Perón elected in Argentina. 1955 – Steve Jobs is born. 1967 – Jocelyn Bell Burnell makes the first discovery of a pulsar, a rapidly rotating neutron star. 1977 – US President Jimmy Carter announces US foreign aid will consider human rights. 1984 – Prince Charles gets engaged to Lady Diana Spencer. 1988 – Supreme Court defends right to satirize public figures 1991 – Gulf War ground offensive begins 2020 – Katherine G. Johnson, the groundbreaking NASA mathematician featured in Hidden Figures, dies at age 101.