July 10 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 1991: The 1991 L'Express Flight 508 plane crash killed 13 people
- 1964: The City of Pelham was incorporated.
- 1943: The USS Birmingham provided long-range gunfire support during the U.S. Marines' invasion of Sicily.
- 1941: 11 miners were killed in the 1941 Acmar No. 6 Mine explosion.
- 1924; Lieutenant Governor Charles McDowell was sworn in as acting governor while William Bradford returned from the 1924 Democratic National Convention in New York.
- 1889: Mayor of Tuscaloosa William Jemison married the former Clara Roberts in Talladega.
- 1820: Thomas Bibb, as President of the Senate, succeeded his brother, William Wyatt Bibb, as Governor.
- 1990: Running back Trent Richardson was born in Pensacola, Florida.
- 1978: Radio executive Ryan Haney was born.
- 1900: Protective Life Corporation president William Rushton Jr was born.
- 1877: Physician and Civitan International founder Courtney Shropshire was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- 2015: Sportswriter Ben Cook died.
- 2001: ASHOF inductee Al Lary died in Northport.
- 1991: 13 people died in the 1991 L'Express Flight 508 plane crash.
- 1957: Restaurateur George Salem Sr died in Birmingham.
- 1941: 11 miners died in the 1941 Acmar No. 6 Mine explosion.
- 1936: Publisher John Rountree died.
- 1904: Attorney William Walker Jr died.
- 1820: Alabama's first Governor, William Wyatt Bibb died in office.
- 2004: Florida Firecats 55 - Birmingham Steeldogs 28 at Florida.
- 2001: Jeff Hardy defeated Mike Awesome for the WWF Hardcore Title.
- 1995: The Birmingham Barracudas traded quarterback Reggie Slack to Winnipeg.
- 1982: The Florida Suns forfeited a scheduled game against the Alabama Magic in Selma.
- 1974: Birmingham Americans 11 - Southern California Suns 7 in front of 53,000 at their first game at Legion Field.