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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
* [[Inland Lake]] was created with a dam on the [[Blackburn Fork]] of the [[Little Warrior River]].
 
* [[Inland Lake]] was created with a dam on the [[Blackburn Fork]] of the [[Little Warrior River]].
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* [[Phillips High School]] expanded down to 9th grade as students from [[Paul Hayne School]] were admitted.
  
 
===Business===
 
===Business===
 
* [[August 16]]: Communist Party newspaper ''[[Southern Worker|The Southern Worker]]'' began publication.
 
* [[August 16]]: Communist Party newspaper ''[[Southern Worker|The Southern Worker]]'' began publication.
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* [[American Trust and Savings Bank]] merged with [[First National Bank of Birmingham]].
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* [[Oscar Wells]] retired as president of [[First National Bank of Birmingham]] after 15 years.  [[John Persons]] became the new president.
 
* The [[Bank of Ensley]] closed.
 
* The [[Bank of Ensley]] closed.
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* The [[Birmingham|City of Birmingham]] was forced to withdraw funding from [[WAPI-AM]].
  
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===Religion===
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* [[Abraham Bengis]] became rabbi of the [[Knesseth Israel Congregation]] and [[Temple Beth-El]].
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===Sports===
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* [[November 27]]: [[War Eagle#War_Eagle_II_.281930.29|War Eagle II]] debuted.
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* [[Ivy Andrews]] played for the [[Birmingham Barons]].
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* [[Bear Bryant]] played for the Red Bugs' Arkansas state football championship.
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* [[Joe Sewell]] completed his 1,103rd straight game, the seventh-longest streak in history.
  
 
==Works==
 
==Works==
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== Individuals ==
 
== Individuals ==
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* [[W. R. McCord]] became principal of [[Thomas School]].
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* Mrs. Cecil A. Carlisle became principal of [[Edgewood Elementary School]].
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* [[Giuseppe Moretti]] moved back to Italy with his wife and assistant.
  
 
===Births===
 
===Births===
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* [[March 11]]: [[Chuck Morgan]], attorney
 
* [[March 11]]: [[Chuck Morgan]], attorney
 
* [[May 28]]: [[Douglas E. Jones]], professor of geology and college administrator
 
* [[May 28]]: [[Douglas E. Jones]], professor of geology and college administrator
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* [[June 12]]: [[Jim Nabors]], actor
 
* [[June 20]]: [[Bobby Frank Cherry]], church bomber
 
* [[June 20]]: [[Bobby Frank Cherry]], church bomber
 
* [[July 4]]: [[Marion Worth]], country music singer
 
* [[July 4]]: [[Marion Worth]], country music singer
 
* [[July 30]]: [[A. D. King]], pastor and Civil Rights leader
 
* [[July 30]]: [[A. D. King]], pastor and Civil Rights leader
* [[June 12]]: [[Jim Nabors]], actor
 
 
* [[July 22]]: [[Jerry Grundhoefer]], nightclub owner
 
* [[July 22]]: [[Jerry Grundhoefer]], nightclub owner
 
* [[August 14]]: [[Joseph Schreiber]], choirmaster
 
* [[August 14]]: [[Joseph Schreiber]], choirmaster
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* [[Huland Moore]], jewelry repairer
 
* [[Huland Moore]], jewelry repairer
 
* [[Shorty White]], football coach
 
* [[Shorty White]], football coach
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===Graduations===
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* [[Nina Miglionico]] from [[Woodlawn High School]]
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* [[Virginia Tyler]] from [[Birmingham-Southern College]], bachelor's degree in English
  
 
===Deaths===
 
===Deaths===
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* [[John Carmichael]], chancellor  
 
* [[John Carmichael]], chancellor  
 
* [[James Weatherly]], attorney and Birmingham City Commissioner
 
* [[James Weatherly]], attorney and Birmingham City Commissioner
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* [[Harvey G. Woodward]], businessman
  
 
==Context==
 
==Context==

Revision as of 10:54, 29 March 2011

1930 was the 59th year after the founding of the city of Birmingham.

Events

Business

Religion

Sports

Works

Buildings

Individuals

Births

Graduations

Deaths

Context

In 1930, the Great Depression continued.


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