About CorinthDuring the Civil War, Corinth was occupied by both Union and Confederate troops. In October 1862 forces clashed in the Battle of Corinth, one of the war's more intense engagements. Some historians consider it to have been the bloodiest battle in the Western Hemisphere. Battery Robinett, 501 W. Linden St., is a reconstruction of the part of the Federal inner line of defense that was the most contested position during the battle.
Corinth National Cemetery, a segment of the Corinth Civil War Battlefield, is the final resting place for more than 5,600 soldiers. Historic buildings dating from before and after the war line city streets.
Visitor Centers Corinth Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 215 N. Fillmore St. Corinth, MS 38834. Phone:(662)287-8300
Self-guiding ToursA self-guiding Civil War driving tour map and CD is available from the visitors bureau.
Things to Do Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
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