Seen by both Union and Confederate leaders as one of the keys to victory in the Civil War, the small town of Corinth, Mississippi, became a major bull's-eye in 1862. First the site of a siege and later a field of desperate battle, it eventually came under Union occupation.
The Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center keeps alive the memory of this town and the bitter struggle for its control—and so does this pin. Combined with the name of the Interpretive Center spread across the bottom, the soldiers marching across it in bas-relief will bring your thoughts back to that time when a small town became a big target.
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