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Alcorn County is a county located in the U.S. state of Mississippi. As of the 2010 census, the population was 37,057. Its county seat is Corinth. The county is named in honor of Governor James L. Alcorn.
- also known as Alcorn County, Mississippi
- founded in (146 years ago)
- part of Mississippi
- capital: Corinth
- official website: alcorncounty.org
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A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature; to which is Added Biographies of Livings Subjects ...
and Tennessee, and began preparations for the capture of Corinth, located at the intersection of the Mobile and Ohio and Memphis and Charleston railroads, in Alcorn county, Miss. As will be remembered, Corinth was evacuated during May ...
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