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* 1830 – The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's new Tom Thumb steam locomotive races a horse-drawn car, presaging steam's role in US railroading.
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1830 and –
* 1830 – The Church of Christ, the original church of the Latter Day Saint movement, is organized by Joseph Smith, Jr. and others at Fayette or Manchester, New York.
In the late eighteenth and during the nineteenth century, Lithuanian participants in the 1794, 1830 – 1831, and 1863 rebellions against the Russian czarist rule were exiled to Abakan.
Abdülaziz ( Ottoman Turkish: عبد العزيز / ` Abdü ’ l -` Azīz ; February 9 / 18, 1830 – June 4, 1876 ) was the 32nd Sultan of the Ottoman Empire and reigned between 25 June 1861 and 30 May 1876.
Abdur Rahman Khan () ( between 1830 to 1844 – October 1, 1901 ) was Emir of Afghanistan from 1880 to 1901.
People starting with John Oxley in 1817, 1818 and 1821, followed by Charles Sturt in 1829 – 1830 attempted to follow the westward-flowing rivers to find an " inland sea ", but these were found to all flow into the Murray River and Darling River which turn south.
Sir Thomas Grenville ( 1755 – 1846 ), a Trustee of The British Museum from 1830, assembled a fine library of 20, 240 volumes, which he left to the Museum in his will.
One Pipiolo leader from the south, Ramón Freire, rode in and out of the presidency several times ( 1823 – 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830 ) but could not sustain his authority.
1830 and Baltimore
* 1830 – The first revenue trains in the United States begin service on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad between Baltimore, Maryland and Ellicott's Mills, Maryland.
On May 22, 1830, the inaugural horse-drawn train of the B & O Railroad travelled the of the newly-completed track from Mount Clare Station in Baltimore City to Ellicott Mills in Anne Arundel County.
In 1830, the Baltimore Patriot reported that "... a greater quantity of Anthracite Coal has been sent down the Susquehanna this Spring than in any former season.
The first section, from Baltimore west to Ellicott's Mills ( now known as Ellicott City ), opened on May 24, 1830.
In response to actual and threatened expulsions, a convention was held in Baltimore, November 12, 1828, an initial organization was formed with the provisional name of " The Associated Methodist Churches ," temporary Articles of Association adopted, and its first General Conference scheduled for 1830.
Seeing the B & O as a natural market for iron rails to be made from his ore, he founded the Canton Iron Works in Baltimore, and when the railroad developed technical problems, he put together the Tom Thumb steam locomotive for them in 1830 from various old parts, including musket barrels, and some small-scale steam engines he had fiddled with back in New York.
To link the port of Baltimore to the Ohio River, the state of Maryland in 1827 chartered the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ( B & O ), the first section of which opened in 1830.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was the first common carrier, starting passenger train service in 1830.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Wood graduated from the Medical School at the University of Maryland, was appointed Assistant Surgeon on May 16, 1829, and, between 1830 and 1834, served with the West Indies and Home Squadrons, as well as with the Army during the Seminole Wars.
1830 ), North Point, or, Baltimore Defended ( 1833 ), and Montgomerie, or, The Orphan of a Wreck ( 1836 ).
During the next two years he was editor of The Itinerant in Baltimore, until his wife's death in December 1830.
1830 and Ohio
In 1830, fearing a milk sickness outbreak along the Ohio River, the Lincoln family moved west, where they settled on public land in Macon County, Illinois, another free, non-slave state.
David Strawn had moved to La Salle County, Illinois, with his family in 1830 from Preble County, Ohio, and in 1835 had settled in South Ottawa Township.
" Going to See the Varmint: Piracy in Myth and Reality on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, 1785 – 1830 ," X Marks the Spot: The Archaeology of Piracy, Univ.
Hayesville was laid out in Vermillion Township and plots were recorded in Mansfield, Ohio on October 26, 1830.
Bolivar itself was platted in 1830 as part of the growth occasioned by the development of the Ohio and Erie Canal.
In 1830 Chase moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where he quickly gained a position of prominence at the bar.
| style =" font-size: 80 %" | Resigned April 9, 1830 after being appointed judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio
Born in Palmyra, New York, his family moved to Pennsylvania, back to New York, to Ohio then to Louisville, Kentucky ( 1827 – 1830 ) then back to Ohio while his father, Seneca Lapham, worked on the canals in various locations.
Originally founded as LaGrange College in 1830, it was reestablished in 1872 as the first state-supported teachers college south of the Ohio River.
In 1830 he was elected as a Whig to the U. S. House of Representatives and served from March 4, 1831, until his resignation, effective May 30, 1840, having become a candidate for Governor of Ohio.