In the book Nanzig, T. P. (2002). "The Badax Tigers: From Shiloh to the surrender with the 18th Wisconsin Volunteers" it is said that Corinth at the time of the war was about 3 years old. Several pages later it's said that Corinth had old-fashioned homes and these were used as hospitals. Quiner snipped an article for the 16th infantry that said: Neat, one-story cottages were in a part of town. Citizens inhabited some but others the Union officers used as hospitals. Okay, so, what was "old-fashioned" to a person in 1862? Were the homes only 3 years old? Did he mean these one-story cottages? I want to get a mental picture. Any thoughts?