June 10 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2016: Linda Flaherty-Goldsmith succeeded Edward Leonard III as president of Birmingham-Southern College.
- 2006: Melinda Toole won the Miss Alabama pageant.
- 1983: The Center Point 6 and Hoover Square 6 cinema multiplexes opened.
- 1982: The Bama 6 cinema multiplex opened in Tuscaloosa.
- 1956: The University of Alabama Extension Center building was renamed Tidwell Hall.
- 1948: The Ku Klux Klan raided Camp Fletcher near Bessemer.
- 1947: The City of Trussville was incorporated.
- 1896: Attorney John Hearst Miller married Eugenia Alexander.
- 1891: The East Lake Hotel burned to the ground.
- 1888: Howard College held commencement exercises at the East Lake Park pavilion.
- 1880: Edwards Furnace was blown in.
- 1943: Orthopedist Larry Lemak was born.
- 1929: Entomologist and sociobiologist E. O. Wilson was born in Birmingham.
- 1915: Delta Air Lines executive Robert Wharton III was born in Birmingham.
- 1891: Architect and artist Frank Hartley Anderson was born in Boston, Massachusetts.
- 1867: Jefferson County Auditor Robert A. Morris was born in Chambers County.
- 1844: Doctor Mortimer Jordan Jr was born in Jefferson County.
- 2009: Pianist and record producer Barry Beckett died in Tennessee.
- 2009: Auburn Tigers swimming coach Richard Quick died of brain cancer.
- 2005: Melkite Greek Catholic Archbishop Joseph Raya died in Ontario, Canada.
- 1997: Jazz musician and club owner Jerry Grundhoefer died.
- 1941: Lumber dealer John Coe died.
- 1940: Former Birmingham Police Detective Paul Cole died.
- 1933: Musician, conductor, translator and professor Rob Lehmeyer died in Birmingham.
- 2007: Victor Mercedes became the first Baron to hit for the cycle in 40 years.
- 2006: The 2nd annual Birmingham Polo Classic was held at the Birmingham Polo Grounds.
- 2006: Birmingham Steeldogs 42 - South Georgia Wildcats 35 at the BJCC Arena.
- 2003: Garry Unger was announced as head coach of the yet-to-be-named Alabama Slammers hockey team.
- 1984: Birmingham Stallions 42 - Washington Generals 21 at Legion Field.
- 1944: 15-year-old Joe Nuxhall made his pitching debut for the Cincinnati Reds.