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Iuka Battlefield

The Iuka Battlefield was open forest and cleared farm land in 1862, but the site is now largely covered by thick woods, undergrowth and some development. Some historic markers are in the area. There are no remaining buildings from the time of the battle. The Goyer Cemetery still exists and was near the center of the Union line, though most of the grave markers are gone. The present-day Highway 25 approximates the location of the Jacinto Road used by Rosecrans's Union forces to move north into a defensive position southwest of Iuka.  The Old Tishomingo County Courthouse in Iuka has a Civil War Interpretive Center, managed by the Iuka Battlefield Commission.

Iuka Battlefield: What's Nearby

Iuka, MS
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Iuka Battlefield
Iuka, MS
Civil War  |  Cemetery
Corinth National Cemetery
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Civil War  |  Historic Site
Corinth Contraband Camp
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Civil War  |  Museum
Crossroads Museum
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Civil War  |  Heritage Site
Rail Crossing-Trailhead Park
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Civil War  |  Historic Site
The Verandah-Curlee House
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Civil War  |  Fort
Battery Robinett
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Civil War  |  Museum
Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
Corinth, MS
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Campaign of 1862- Driving Tour of Corinth Campaign
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Civil War  |  Battlefield
Corinth Battlefield
Corinth, MS
Civil War  |  Fort
Battery F
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Civil War  |  Historic Site
The Beauregard Line
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Civil War  |  Battlefield
Shiloh Battlefield
Shiloh, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Shiloh Battlefield
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Civil War  |  Museum
Tennessee River Museum
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Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 58 acres at Iuka Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Iuka, MS | September 19, 1862
Result: Union Victory
Estimated Casualties
1,482
Union
782
Confed.
700