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Nestled in Harrison County’s wooded hills and pastures, Corydon reserves significant importance in Indiana’s history. The city served as the capital of the Indiana Territory, and then as the first Indiana state capital. In 1863, John Hunt Morgan’s Confederate cavalry fought the citizens of Corydon in the only Civil Was battle waged west of the Alleghenies and north of the Mason Dixon Line.
In this carved piece, two crossed sabers clash above a bold capital star—a reference to the only
Medium type: Stone/Marble
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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