Corinth, MS 38834
Battery F is one of the six outer batteries built by the Union army in a position to provide support fire on October 3, 1862. Facing northwest, Battery F protected the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. The battery was the northernmost of the detached batteries protecting approaches along roads and railroads. It was captured the evening of October 3. Battery F is a well-preserved earthwork of about 150 feet long, with a parapet between 3 and 6 feet high.
The Beauregard Line
Corinth, Mississippi | These Civil War fortifications were composed of seven miles of earthworks and rifle pits which spanned the east, south and west...
Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
Corinth, Mississippi | Opened in 2004, this museum explains the key role of Corinth in the Civil War's western theater, featuring interactive exhibits...
The Verandah-Curlee House
Corinth, Mississippi | Built in 1857 by one of Corinth's founders, the home is a significant example of Greek Revival architecture and served as...
Rail Crossing-Trailhead Park
Corinth, Mississippi | The historic Corinth hiking and biking trail connecting many of the Civil War Corinth National Historic Landmark sites.
Corinth Contraband Camp
Corinth, Mississippi | This historic camp has been set aside to commemorate the site where many African-Americans, fleeing the South, sought freedom...
Corinth National Cemetery
Corinth, Mississippi | This beautiful twenty-acre cemetery is the resting place for 1,793 known and 3,895 unknown Union soldiers who fought for...