705 Jackson Street
Corinth, MS 38834
Built in 1857 by one of Corinth's founders, the home is a significant example of Greek Revival architecture. The house was used in the Civil War as headquarters for Gens. Braxton Bragg, H.W. Halleck, and John B. Hood. The restored home/museum contains a collections of Boehme edition Audubon prints, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century antiques, paintings, and exhibit of replicas of Civil War soldiers' furnishings made by Corinth's C and D Jarnigan Company.
Campaign of 1862- Driving Tour of Corinth Campaign
Corinth, Mississippi | This historic walking and driving tour of the town includes a large "Contraband Camp" for ex-slaves, the location of many...
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...
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, Mississippi | This crossroads, an important location for troop movement, supply and communication lines, is one of the most important patches...
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...