The Mississippi River Corridor
Beginning at the Island No. 10 Monument, on TN Hwy 22 north of the town of Tiptonville, the route extends south to Tiptonville, where it intersects with TN Hwy 78. The next leg of the corridor extends south on TN Hwy 78 to Dyersburg where it intersects with US Hwy 51 and continues south to the city of Memphis. There are four spur corridors: at Tiptonville, where a spur, TN Hwy 21/22, goes to Union City; at Dyersburg, where a spur, TN Hwy 104, goes east to Trenton; at Ripley, where a spur, TN Hwy 19, goes to Brownsville, and at Henning, where a spur corridor, TN Hwy 87, goes to the Mississippi River and Fort Pillow. For a copy of the Mississippi River corridor map, click here.

CROCKETT COUNTY

Brandenburg Farmsite Marker

DYER COUNTY
Old City Cemetery
Confederate Monument, Dyer County Courthouse

GIBSON COUNTY

Confederate Monument, Gibson County Courthouse
Freed House
Oakland Cemetery

HAYWOOD COUNTY
Confederate Monument, Haywood County Courthouse
Woodlawn Baptist Church Cemetery

LAKE COUNTY

Jones Chapel Cemetery (Island No. 10)
Island No. 10 Monument

LAUDERDALE COUNTY
Bethlehem Cemetery
Fort Pillow State Historical Area

OBION COUNTY
Civil War Monument
Kiwanis Park

SHELBY COUNTY
Mississippi River Museum
Pink Palace Museum
Elmwood Cemetery
Zion Cemetery
Confederate Park
Forrest Park
T.O. Fuller State Park
Memphis National Cemetery
President's Island
Woodruff-Fontaine House
Davies Plantation
Gotten House

TIPTON COUNTY
Brighton School Reunion Site
Confederate Monument, Tipton County Courthouse