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1800 was 71 years before the founding of the City of Birmingham and 19 years before Alabama became a state.


In 1800, Pius VII became pope. The U.S. Library of Congress was founded. John Adams becomes the first President to live in the White House. The U.S. Congress held its first Washington, D.C. session.

Notable births in 1800 President Millard Fillmore, inventor Anyos Jedlik, railway financier George Hudson, Emperor Ninko of Japan, and abolitionist John Brown. Notable deaths included ironmaster Henry Cort, choral composer William Billings, and poet Mary Robinson.

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