On April 17, 2014, General U.S. Grant and Frederick Douglass spoke to students at Corinth Middle School about operations in the area, Contraband camps, and the war from their perspectives. This event was part of the Corinth Contraband Camp Symposium.
Dr. John D. Smith of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, speaks on the Contraband Camp of Corinth, Mississippi, and the United States Colored Troops. This program was part of the Corinth Contraband Camp Symposium held on April 17 & 18, 2014, sponsored by the NPS and the U.S. Grant Presidential Library at Miss. State University.
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Did You Know?
The Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center sits at the site of Battery Robinett, where some of the most brutal fighting in the Battle of Corinth took place. Today, the battery site contains the graves of a Civil War general, a colonel, and several other soldiers.