Located in the Webb House, the former residence of William Dakota and Adrienne Combs Webb. The home of the couple was donated to the City of Corinth in 1990 following the death of Mrs. Webb. The home was renovated and designated as a shelter for families who had experienced tragic losses. Early in 2003 and idea to make the residence a museum was set in motion. With the approval of Dr. Walter Webb, a descendant of the Webb’s, and the full support of local government officials and community volunteers, the Webb House became the Black History Museum of Corinth. The goal of the Museum is to not only identify, preserve, house and promote historic properties and artifacts that reflect the African-American heritage but it also strives to tell the story of the black experience in Corinth and the surrounding community. Exhibits include church, school, and Civil Rights displays as well as personal collections of patrons. Located at 1109 Miegg Street.