The Battle of Corydon was the only official Civil War battle in Indiana, and the battle site is the only one north of the Ohio River. The site commemorates the effort of Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan to spread the war to the north. The Corydon Battlefield is a five-acre park located on the east side of State Route 135, just south of Corydon. The park is a heavily wooded area covered with hardwood trees, some of which date from 1863. Although the park area looks much as it did in 1863, a drive to a parking lot on the property, several historic markers, and a log cabin moved to the site in the 1930s represent changes to the historic landscape.
Bradenburg, Kentucky | Follow the four-day action of Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan's raid on this scenic Ohio River community, a well-known shipping and trading center throughout much of the nineteenth century.
West Point, Kentucky | This fort was constructed under the orders of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman in 1861, demonstrating the importance Union command placed on Kentucky from the early days of the conflict.
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