Confederates retreating from Corinth hold firm against an unsupported Federal assault and escape to fight another day.
Tag: Corinth Campaign
The Battle of Corinth: Day Two
Confederates desperately attack the Federals defending Corinth, with each army missing key opportunities to destroy the other.
The Battle of Corinth
Confederates under Earl Van Dorn and Sterling Price lose the element of surprise and with it a golden opportunity to reclaim a key city in northern Mississippi.
Corinth Is to Be the Point
Federal forces scramble to defend the vital city of Corinth after learning that Earl Van Dorn’s Confederates are about to attack.
Holding Corinth to the Last Extremity
Henry W. Halleck’s Federal “Grand Army” inches his way toward Confederates under P.G.T. Beauregard at Corinth, forcing Beauregard to decide whether to fight or flee.
The Corinth Campaign Finally Begins
Henry W. Halleck is finally ready to lead his Federal “Grand Army” against the vital railroad center of Corinth, Mississippi.