2019

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2019 is the 148th year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

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The Birmingham Iron played their sole season in 2019.

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Larry Langford

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In 2019, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris was grievously damaged by fire. A feud between President Trump and Congress over the Mexican border wall led to the then-longest ever federal government shutdown. A white supremacist mass shooter killed dozens of Muslims at prayer in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Notable deaths in 2019 included those of actors Carol Channing, Tim Conway, Doris Day, Albert Finney, Peter Mayhew and Luke Perry; architects Florence Knoll and I. M. Pei; baseball manager Frank Robinson; composers Michel Legrand and André Previn; director John Singleton; fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld; musicians Dick Dale, Mark Hollis and Keith Flint; novelist Herman Wouk; poet Mary Oliver; politician John Dingell; and scientist Wally Broecker.

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