November 10 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2006: Southern disComfort 2 began.
- 2005: Killing Christian premiered at the Galleria 10.
- 2002: The 2002 Walker County tornado destroyed Carbon Hill Elementary School.
- 1985: The Joseph Riley Smith Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
- 1978: A brutal home invasion in Blount County left two dead and three wounded.
- 1972: Southern Airways Flight 49 was hijacked between Birmingham and Montgomery.
- 1912: John T. Plunker's tenure as pastor at South Highland Presbyterian Church ended.
- 1903: Mary Anderson was granted a patent for windshield wipers.
- 1888: Physician Robert Nabors and attorney W. W. Shortridge dueled with Bowie knives in a darkened room in Montevallo.
- 1873: St John African Methodist Episcopal Church was organized.
- 1971: Actor and producer Walton Goggins was born in Birmingham.
- 1950: Musician and music historian Bobby Horton was born in Birmingham.
- 1942: James Hood, who helped integrate the University of Alabama, was born in Gadsden.
- 1914: Blues pianist Big Chief Ellis was born in Birmingham.
- 1906: Kaul Lumber Company president Hugh Kaul was born in Birmingham.
- 1881: Retailer Joseph Loveman was born in New York, New York.
- 2009: Pastor and Gulf War veteran Kevin Dudley was shot to death while robbing The Bait Shop in Bessemer.
- 2002: Former Birmingham Bulls defenseman Steve Durbano died in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
- 1961: Former one-term congressman John Newsome died.
- 1978: Carl and Willene Nelson were murdered during a robbery at their home in Blount County.
- 1888: Attorney W. W. Shortridge died from injuries sustained in a duel.
- 1888: Physician Robert Nabors died from injuries sustained in a duel and from a subsequent attack on an innocent bystander.
- 1844: Mine engineer Llewellyn Johns was born in Pontypridd, Wales.