No soldier who took part in the two day’s engagement at Shiloh ever spoiled for a fight again,” recalled one Union veteran. “We wanted a square, stand-up fight [and] got all we wanted of it.” Besides preserving the site of the bloody April 1862 battle in Tennessee, the park commemorates the subsequent siege, battle, and occupation of the key railroad junction at nearby Corinth, Mississippi.Read More
Follow the Shiloh and Corinth Battlefields
We use several Social Media sites to reach out to our visitors and continue the conversation.Read More
Junior Ranger and Jr. Civil War Historian Programs
Kids! Learn how to become a Junior Ranger and Junior Civil War Historian at the Shiloh and Corinth BattlefieldsRead More
Collect Trading Cards at Shiloh and Corinth
Beginning Monday, July 16, kids will have the opportunity to earn commemorative trading cards at both the Shiloh and Corinth Battlefields.Read More
New CD Brings Civil War Corinth to Life
Shiloh National Military Park announces the release of a new audio CD entitled "Voices of Corinth: An Audio Account of Civil War Corinth, Miss."Read More
Shiloh's Monument Location System
Visit Shiloh's Monument Location System to find state and regimental monuments, unit position markers, and soldiers interred in the National Cemetery.Read More
Visit the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
The Corinth Battlefield Unit contains 14 historic sites associated with the siege, battle, and occupation of Corinth, MS, during the Civil War.Read More
Did You Know?
The Battle of Shiloh took its name from a small log church that sat on the battlefield. The original Shiloh Church survived the battle but was destroyed in the weeks after the fight. The church is still an active congregation today.