Historical Events for Year 1830
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Jan 7th - 1st US Railroad Station opens (Baltimore)
Jan 13th - Great fire in New Orleans thought to be set by rebel slaves
Jan 21st - Portsmouth (Ohio) blacks forcibly deported
Jan 28th - Opera "Fra Diavolo" premieres in Paris
Feb 3rd - The sovereignty of Greece was confirmed in a London Protocol.
Feb 25th - Victor Hugo's "Hernani" premieres in Paris
Mar 4th - Vincenzo Bellini's opera "I Capuleti e i Montecchi" premieres in Venice
Mar 10th - The KNIL also known as the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army is created.
Mar 16th - London's re-organised police force (Scotland Yard)
Mar 16th - New York Stock Exchange slowest day ever (31 shares traded)
Mar 26th - The Book of Mormon is published in Palmyra, New York.
Apr 6th - Joseph Smith & 5 others organizes Mormon church in Seneca Co, NY
Apr 11th - Robert Schumann hears the violinist Paganini play in Frankfurt
May 3rd - 1st regular steam train passenger service starts
Religious Leader Joseph Smith Jr May 13th - Republic of Ecuador is founded, with Juan Jose Flores as president
May 18th - Edwin Budding of England signs an agreement for manufacture of his invention, lawn mower. Saturdays are destroyed forever
May 20th - 1st railroad timetable published in newspaper (Baltimore American)
May 20th - D Hyde patents fountain pen
May 24th - "Mary Had A Little Lamb" is published
May 24th - 1st passenger rail service in US (Baltimore & Elliots Mill, Maryland)
May 28th - US Congress authorizes native Indian removal from all states to western prairie
Jun 12th - Beginning of the French colonization of Algeria: 34,000 French soldiers land 27 kilometers west of Algiers, at Sidi Ferruch.
Jul 5th - France invades Algeria, begins a 40 year conquest
Jul 15th - Indian tribes, Sioux, Sauk & Fox, sign fourth Treaty of Prairie du Chien giving the US most of Minnesota, Iowa & Missouri
Jul 27th - Revolution breaks out in Paris, opposing laws of Charles X
Aug 2nd - Charles X of France abdicates in favour of his grandson the Duc de Bordeaux
Aug 4th - Plans for city of Chicago laid out
Aug 9th - Louis-Philippe formally accepts crown of France, following abdication of Charles X
Aug 25th - Belgium revolts against Netherlands and begins the Belgian Revolution
Aug 28th - 1st locomotive in US, "Tom Thumb", runs from Baltimore to Ellicotts Mill
Sep 9th - Charles Durant, 1st US aeronaut, flies a balloon from Castle Garden, NYC to Perth Amboy, NJ
Sep 15th - First National Negro Convention begins in Phila
Sep 15th - First passenger to be killed by a railway train (William Huskisson, England)
Sep 15th - Duke of Wellington opens Liverpool & Manchester Railway
Sep 16th - Oliver Wendell Holmes writes "Old Ironsides"
Sep 20th - 1st Negro Convention of Free Men agree to boycott slave-produced goods
Sep 23rd - Dutch troops occupy Brussels
Sep 27th - Dutch army leaves Brussels, after 100s killed
Oct 1st - General Trade Journal newspaper begins publishing in Amsterdam
Oct 4th - Provisional government declares secession of Belgium from Netherlands
Oct 5th - King Willem I mobilizes Dutch army
Oct 26th - Belgian rebels occupy Antwerp
Oct 27th - Major-General Baron D Chasse bombs Antwerp (Belgium revolution)
Nov 22nd - Charles Grey, (2nd Earl Grey), became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Nov 29th - November Uprising: An armed rebellion against Russia's rule in Poland begins.
Dec 5th - Hector Berlioz' "Symphonique Fantastique" premieres in Paris
Dec 20th - Great Britain, France, Prussia, Austria and Russia recognize Belgium
Dec 25th - Hector Berlioz's "Symphony Fantastic" premieres
Dec 26th - Gaetano Donizetti's opera "Anna Bolena" premieres in Milan