- Burrell Bass and his family became the first settlers of Roebuck Springs.
- Fort Jonesboro, he first permanent pioneer settlement in Jones Valley, was established.
- Kentuck, the first permanent settlement near present-day Northport, was established.
- October 29: The Creek town of Litafatchi was burned by U.S. Cavalry forces under Lt. Col. Robert Dyer.
- November 9: Andrew Jackson adopted the Creek child, named Lyncoya, after the Battle of Talladega.
- March 25: Abner Killough, Jefferson County sheriff
- May 18: Bolling Hall, state legislator and Elyton Land Company shareholder
In 1813, the Philharmonic Society was founded in London (later the Royal Philharmonic Society). Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice was published. James Madison began his second term as President. The War of 1812 between the United States and the British Empire continued, as did the Napoleonic Wars in Europe.
Notable births in 1813 included Sir Henry Bessemer (namesake of Bessemer), John C. Frémont, David Livingstone, Stephen A. Douglas, Richard Wagner, Henry Ward Beecher, and Giuseppe Verdi. Notable deaths included Zebulon Pike, Charles Middleton, Tecumseh, and Empress Go-Sakuramachi of Japan.
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