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Military Attractions
Cadet Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to, and pays tribute to, all U.S.A.A.F. cadets and airmen of World War II, and the men and women that trained them. Learn more...

Coyote Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF)
The Coyote Squadron, a unit of the Commemorative Air Force, operates from the N.H. “Tucker” Hardgrave Memorial Hangar at C. David Campbell Field, the Corsicana, Texas, municipal airport. Learn more...

Cumbie Aviation Museum
An organization dedicated  to the preservation of aviation and military history, and to the education of future generations, about the heroism and sacrifices of the World War II generation. Learn more...

Last Review of the Confederacy Site
Near here, General Joseph Orville ""Jo"" Shelby and his soldiers made their last bivouac as a Confederate unit. The next morning, June 2, 1865, the troops lined up for assembly and held what has been called ""the last review of the Confederacy."" By that time, they were the last organized unit in any Confederate state. Learn more...

Oakwood Cemetery
It is said that more than 500 veterans of the Civil War rest here. Learn more...

Pearce Museum Civil War Collection
The Civil War collection at the Pearce Museum has more than 15,000 documents as well as a number of photographs and three-dimensional artifacts that directly relate to the period 1861 – 1865. Learn more...

Pioneer Village
Pioneer Village Historical Museum is a re-creation of pioneer days in Corsicana and Navarro County with historic log structures, military artifacts and information about Navarro County. Learn more...