February 6 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2015: The Aberdeen Sessions benefit concert was performed at Bottletree Cafe.
- 2014: Good Friends Chinese & Seafood Restaurant owner Chun Hin Chang shot at a customer who complained about a roach in her food.
- 2009: Regions Bank acquired the assets of Georgia-based FirstBank Financial Services from the FDIC.
- 2007: Worcy Crawford was honored by a mayoral proclamation recognizing him as "an entrepreneurial trailblazer in the struggle for equality."
- 2001: Fraternal Order of Police Birmingham Lodge No. 1 held their first meeting in their new meeting hall on Winewood Road.
- 1994: "Objects of Desire" opened at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
- 1963: Ground was broken for the Elton B. Stephens Expressway's Red Mountain cut.
- 1956: Autherine Lucy was suspended by the University of Alabama because of the school's inability to provide a safe learning environment.
- 1913: Rotary Club of Birmingham was organized as the 56th chapter of the national organization.
- 1906: Central High School, Birmingham's first dedicated high school, opened on 7th Avenue North.
- 1818: Tuscaloosa County was established.
- 1975: Golf coach Jason Buha was born in Dearborn, Michigan.
- 1967: Birmingham Business Alliance CEO Kenneth Coleman was born in Jersey City, New Jersey.
- 1939: WSGN-AM deejay June "Miss Midnight" Wetzel was born in Atlanta, Georgia.
- 1929: Businessman and real estate developer Bud Coleman was born in Birmingham.
- 1927: Hardware dealer Vance McBride was born in Sewickly, Pennsylvania.
- 1920: Golf coach Conrad Rehling was born in Peru, Indiana.
- 1909: Author Wyatt Blassingame was born in Demopolis.
- 1875: Banker Oscar Wells was born in Platte County, Missouri.
- 1818: Developer Joseph Riley Smith was born.
- 2020: Journalist and peace activist Jerry Levin died.
- 2004: UAB psychology professor Humphry Osmond died.
- 1998: Methodist minister, activist and author Petric Smith died.
- 1963: Sumangalo, Buddhist priest and monk, died in Penang, Malaya.
- 1891: Robert W. Huffman died in the community that bears his name.