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This show is one of the oldest shows in the county with visitors from over 15 states and is sponsored by the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 1312. There will be a wide variety of collectibles such as uniforms, rifles, pistols, swords, books, documents, stamps, and other antique military items dating from 1898. There will be a living history scene with an authentic camp of soldiers in uniform with demonstrated marching. Collectors describe items and answers questions. All profits are used to provide History scholarships at local colleges. Contact us for more information.
February 19-20, 2011
The Arena at Southaven
7360 Hwy 51
Southaven, MS 38672
Phone: 662.890.7275
Admission: Yes
Built by the Federal Army in mid-1862, Battery F remains a pristine example of Civil War earthworks.
Davis St.
Corinth, MS 38835
Phone: 662.287.8300
Toll-Free: 800.748.9048
www.corinth.net
Hours: Daily, dawn to dusk
Admission: Free
One of the finest examples of Civil War fortifications to be found, the Beauregard Line, composed of seven miles of earthworks, spanned the east, north and west perimeters of Corinth. There are Interpretive panels located on four observation platforms.
N. Polk St.
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.287.9273
Fax: 662.287.0102
Toll-Free: 800.748.9048
www.corinth.net
Hours: 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. on 2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month
Admission: Free
Borroum's Drug Store founded in 1865 by former CSA army surgeon A.J. Borroum. It is the oldest drug store in continuous operation in the state. It houses Native-American artifacts, Civil War relics, and an authentic working soda fountain; The business owned and operated, by the Borroum family since its establishment.
604 Waldron St.
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.286.3361
Fax: 662.287.3864
www.borroumsdrugstore.com
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Admission: Free
History buffs will enjoy two battlefield trails, five markers, two cemeteries, a visitors center, permanent and temporary flag exhibits, bookstore gallery, video, Civil War art/prints and auto tour of this historical battlefield. Site where Confederate cavalry, under the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest, defeated Union troops and forced their withdrawal to Memphis.
607 Grisham St.
Baldwyn, MS 38824
Phone: 662.365.3969
http://www.finalstands.com/
Hours: Battlefield-Year round; Visitors Center-Tue-Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Closed major holidays
Admission: Battlefield-No charge; Visitors Center-$3 Adults
Manufacturers of authentic reproduction historical clothing, footwear, tinware and leather accoutrements, 1750-1860, military and civilian.
113 Fillmore St.
Corinth, MS 38835-1860
Phone: 662.287.4977
Fax: 662.287.6033
www.jarnaginco.com
Hours: Mon-Sat
Admission: Free
This Greek Revival home, designed by William Turner, was used as headquarters for General McPherson during Grant's occupation of Oxford in 1862. Molly Turner Orr gathered a fire brigade to save the home in 1864 after being set aflame by occupying Union troops. Nearly a century later, Cedar Oaks was moved 2.2 miles from its original location when it was threatened with demolition. Currently open for pre-arranged groups only.
601 Murray Dr.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.1532
Admission: $4 per person
Identified and marked sites of the battle that took place on February 22, 1864.
Hwy 41 North
Okolona, MS 38860
Phone: 662.447.5913
Fax: 662.447.0254
www.okolona.org
Hours: Dawn to dusk; Drive by only
Admission: Free
Corinth has the largest number of intact Civil War earthworks in the nation. These earthworks were constructed by both the Confederate and Union armies stationed at Corinth and were used in the defense of the city.
Various Sites
Corinth, MS 38835
Phone: 662.287.8300
Toll-Free: 800.748.9048
www.corinth.net
Hours: Daily, dawn to dusk
Admission: Free
Sherman's headquarters while he occupied the town of Oxford beginning in December of 1862.
College Hill Rd.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.4680
Fax: 662.234.0355
Toll-Free: 800.758.9177
Hours: Open Year Round
Admission: Free
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