July 19 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2015: The inaugural Sloss Music & Arts Festival ended.
- 2007: The Red Mountain Theatre Company's production of The Wizard of Oz opened at Virginia Samford Theatre.
- 2006: The 2006 National Association of Free Will Baptists convention came to an end at the BJCC.
- 1977: The Ruffner Mountain Nature Coalition was founded.
- 1958: Aviator Asa Rountree Jr married his second wife, the former Irma Schofield.
- 1941: The Tuskegee Airmen began training at Tuskegee Institute's Moton Field.
- 1888: Liza Montgomery, 19, became the first person to be buried in the Red Mountain Cemetery.
- 1879: Annie Henrietta Perryman married John Boddie.
- 1962: Football player Chris Woods was born in Birmingham.
- 1938: Choral director Chick Allen was born.
- 1921: Businessman and philanthropist John M. Harbert was born in Greeenville, Mississippi.
- 1890: Theater owner/manager Henry Hury was born in Columbus, Mississippi.
- 2009: Sister Mary Joseph died.
- 2005: Fireman and soldier Jefferey Farrow died at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
- 2009: Jon Fogarty and Alex Gurney won the Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park.
- 2009: The Warrior Wildfire defeated the North Georgia Bulldogs, 37-7 in Warrior.
- 2003: The Steeldogs lost 57-35 to the Florida Firecats at the BJCC.
- 1997: The Alabama Saints played Mobile in Liberty Park.
- 1975: The Birmingham Vulcans won an exhibition game in Shreveport, Louisiana Shreveport Steamer 31-30.
- 1973: Willie Mays broke Stan Musial's record for most All-Star nominations.