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An unknown Confederate soldier is among several buried on the hillside behind the Civil War Interpretive Center in Corinth, Miss. The site was a Union stronghold during the Civil War. Thousands died when Confederates stormed Battery Robinette and attemped to retake Corinth on Oct. 3-4, 1862. The Interpretive Center, operated by the National Park Service as a unit of Shiloh National Battlefield, features interactive exhibits explaining Corinth's role in the war and the toll the fighting took on the Confederacy.