February 19 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2009: Engine No. 4018 was lifted from its display at Fair Park for a move to Sloss Furnaces.
- 2009: Biologist Dan Holliman died at his daughter's house in Valdosta, Georgia.
- 2007: A truck hauling a steel coil jackknifed on I-20 eastbound near I-459.
- 2006: The first Fun With Jazz show was presented at the Alys Stephens Center as part of the ASC Kid's Club series.
- 2002: Vonetta Flowers and her partner won the female two-person bobsled competition at the Salt Lake City winter olympics.
- 1996: Oakland A's owner Charlie Finley died in Lake County, Indiana.
- 1969: McFarland Mall opened in Tuscaloosa.
- 1954: Sports artist Daniel Moore was born in Birmingham.
- 1953: TV channel WBRC 4 became WBRC 6.
- 1894: Baseball player Ernie Cox was born in Birmingham.
- 1866: Plantation owner Mortimer Jordan died.
- 1866: Inventor Mary Anderson was born in Greene County.