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1846 was 25 years before the founding of the City of Birmingham and the 27th year of Alabama statehood.

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In 1846, Brigham Young began leading a migration of Mormons to the Great Salt Lake. The Mexican–American War began. Adolphe Sax received a patent for the saxophone. The planet Neptune was discovered. Iowa was admitted as a state.

Notable births in 1846 included Kentucky Derby founder M. Lewis Clark, frontiersman "Buffalo Bill" Cody, cowboy Texas Jack Omohundro, doctor & pioneering vegetarian Anna Kingsford, and temperance advocate Carrie Nation. Notable deaths included Emperor Ninko of Japan, mathematician & astronomer Friedrich Bessel, and Pope Gregory XVI.

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