1829

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1829 was 42 years before the founding of the City of Birmingham and 10 years after Alabama became a state.

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In 1829, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust premiered. Andrew Jackson succeeded John Quincy Adams as the 7th President. Pope Pius VIII succeeded Pope Leo XII. The accordion was patented.

Notable births included inventor William Stanley, clothing designer Levi Strauss, Salvation Army founder William Booth, Apache leader Geronimo, and President Chester A. Arthur. Notable deaths included Pope Leo XII, mathematician Niels Henrik Abel, scientist Thomas Young, first Chief Justice John Jay, chemist Humphry Davy, and Smithsonian Institution patron James Smithson.

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