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Corinth holds a place in history, but history is only half our story.

Corinth is often referred to as Mississippi’s Gateway City due to its location in the northeast corner of the state. It truly is a gateway into Mississippi’s history and culture. Cultural heritage sites abound in Corinth. It is home to four museums, a National Park Service Civil War Interpretive, pristine Civil War earthworks, historic neighborhoods, churches and cemeteries, and much more. Corinth’s tree-lined streets with eclectic shops and galleries, museums, and quaint restaurants set it apart from any other place.

Borroum’s us one of our favorite ways to #enjoycorinth!

Happy #MondayMorning! We have ranger led programs on the battlefield today. For a schedule go to: #FindYourPark #WeAreParks @meetmcnairy @hardincountytn @SwTenn @visitcorinth @US_Parks @VisitJacksonTN @Interior @NatlParkService @ParksTraveler

The Corinth Contraband Camp was established to accommodate enslaved people escaped from farms and plantations who fled to safety behind Union lines. While the camp had been moved by June 19, 1865, we honor the men, women, and children who took their first steps to freedom here.

Tourism is a vital part of Mississippi’s economy, and like so many other industries, it has been hit hard by the #coronavirus outbreak. This afternoon I spoke with leaders of the Mississippi tourism industry to discuss how we can create a path forward for tourism recovery.

We’ve got some ideas to get you out of your stuck-at-home rut - come #enjoycorinth with us for #memorialday!

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