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January 11, 1830
Alabama's first publicly chartered college begins operation as LaGrange College, now known as the University of North Alabama.
January 12–27, 1830
A debate on the states' rights vs. federal authority takes place between Robert Y. Hayne and Daniel Webster in the United States Congress.
February 3, 1830
Greece's full independence and sovereignty from the Ottoman Empire is established by the London Protocol, becoming the Greek War of Independence's final result.
March 12, 1830
State loan certificates are ruled as being unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court for being in violation of Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution.
March 26, 1830
Palmyra, New York is home to the first publication of the Book of Mormon.
April 6, 1830
The Church of Christ, now known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, is organized by Joseph Smith and a few others.
May 28, 1830
The Indian Removal Act granting the President of the United States the authorization to negotiate with Native Americans regarding removing their ancestral homelands is passed by the Congress.
June 26, 1830
The succession of George IV by his brother William IV as King of the United Kingdom takes place.
July 13, 1830
The formation of the Scottish Church College, then known as General Assembly's Institution, by Alexander Duff and Raja Ram Mohan Roy takes place in Calcutta, India.
July 17, 1830
A patent for the sewing machine is granted to Barthélemy Thimonnier in France.
July 18, 1830
The first constitution of Uruguay is adopted.