Corinth in Alcorn County, Mississippi — The American South (East South Central)
Corinth Confederate Monument
2nd Texas Reg't.
Killed at Ft. Robinette
Oct. 4, 1862.
As long as courage, manliness and
patriotism exist, the name of
Rogers will be honored among
men. He fell in the front of
battle in the center of the
enemies stronghold. He sleeps
and glory is his sentinel.
tribute to the memory
of the Confederate
patriots who fell at
the Battle of Corinth
in October 1862
"On Fame's eternal camping ground,
Their silent tents are spread,
And Glory guards with solemn round,
The bivouac of the dead."
Erected 1895 by Albert Sydney Johnston Camp of Confederate Veterans.
Location. 34° 56.095′ N, 88° 31.162′ W. Marker is in Corinth, Mississippi, in Alcorn County. Marker is at the intersection of Franklin Street and East Waldron Street, on the left when traveling south on Franklin Street. Touch for map. Marker Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Site of the Provost Marshal's Office (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); Site of the Corinth House Hotel (about 500 feet away); Corinth (about 600 feet away); Johnston's Headquarters (about 700 feet away); Site of Rose Cottage (about 700 feet away); Grant’s Headquarters (about 700 feet away); The Old Tishomingo Hotel (about 700 feet away); View Toward Batteries Robinett and Williams (about 700 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Corinth.
More about this monument. The monument was erected in the intersection of Waldron & Frankin Streets. In 1916 it was moved to the southwest corner of the Alcorn County Court Square.
Categories. • War, US Civil •
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