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In 1854, Corinth, Mississippi, was nicknamed the “Crossroads of the South” because of the two rail lines that intersected at the city's center, making the town one of the most heavily contested transportation hubs throughout the Civil War.
How It All Started...
The Crossroads Museum features exhibits from the Civil War to famous athletes from the area. Starting as far back as pre-historic times, there's so much to learn about our rich history.
From weddings to business meetings, the Crossroads Museum has a space for any size crowd. The CARE Garden's expansive green lawn is perfect for large events while event rooms are great for smaller ones. Become a member for event rental discounts!
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