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Battery Robinett

501 W. Linden Street, Corinth, MS 38834
+1 662-287-9273
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Do your homework first. It will help you feel their pain.

2nd Texas Col Rogers paid the price and there is a monument to his sacrifice. I had great grand... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2016
Walley M
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Greenville, Mississippi, United States
Provides a Good Idea of CW Fortifications

The rebuilt redoubt was a major point of the failed Confederate attack at the Battle of Corinth... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2016
jdssr2016
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Houston, Texas
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Battery Robinett was built by the Federal Army following the Siege of Corinth and was the site of fierce fighting on October 4, 1862, during the 2nd day of the Battle of Corinth. The obelisk pays tribute to Col. William P. Rogers of the 2nd Texas Infantry who showed great bravery trying to climb the walls of the battery to claim it for the Confederacy. Four unknown Civil War soldiers are buried on this site.
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7 Nov 2016
“Do your homework first. It will help you feel their pain.”
18 Jun 2016
“Provides a Good Idea of CW Fortifications”
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501 W. Linden Street, Corinth, MS 38834
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+1 662-287-9273
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Reviewed 7 November 2016

2nd Texas Col Rogers paid the price and there is a monument to his sacrifice. I had great grand father and 3 of his brothers with the 2nd Texas here in 62. After the first battle, where they out foxed the Yankees, he later died...More

Thank Walley M
Reviewed 19 June 2016

The rebuilt redoubt was a major point of the failed Confederate attack at the Battle of Corinth. It provides us with a detailed idea of what one might have seen from both inside and outside, depending on your location during the battle.

Thank jdssr2016
Reviewed 19 June 2015

Located adjacent to the new National Park Visitors' Center, Battery Robinett marks the high point of the Battle of Corinth where the attacking Confederates failed to carry the United States' position. Several Confederates are buried at the site, and there are monuments erected to mark...More

1  Thank EWH1948
Reviewed 28 March 2014

On my second visit to the Interpretive center, I asked for directions to Battery Robinett. The ranger told me it was on the same grounds as the center so ease of also visiting. Great info on the Battle of Corinth and if you are doing...More

1  Thank airlink9972
Reviewed 5 October 2013

Be sure to check out this site which is located on the grounds of the Interpretive Center in Corinth. Ranger/Guide was very helpful and the whole area is well maintained.

1  Thank Monica58860
Reviewed 18 July 2013

Adjacent to the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center and part of the National Park Serive Shiloh National Military Park unit. Excellent to learn about the involvement of Northern Mississippi and Southern Tennessee in the war.

2  Thank mmichael171
Reviewed 15 February 2013

Off the beaten path interpretive area which is part of the Corinth National Battlefield. This marker will give the visitor a little more in depth information about the artillery used during the Battle of Corinth

2  Thank trvlngtchr
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