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Corydon Capitol State Historic Site, Corydon

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
The Corydon Capitol commemorates the history of Indiana’s first state capital and the development of Indiana from the territorial period through statehood. Vincennes, the first territorial capital, was left in an isolated position when the Illinois Territory was separated from the Indiana Territory in 1809. In May of 1813, the capital was moved to Corydon because of its central location.
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  • Neat, clean, town square, interesting history. Simple, not a whole lot to see but worth the stop if in the area 
  • A worthwhile, historic stop in the beautiful little Southern Indiana town of Corydon. Drop in and get a guided tour of the building that served as the governing house of the Indiana Territory and stat...  read more »
  • Great history lesson on Indiana and this first capital location. Included in the tour was also Governor's mansion. Both were worth the time. 
  • Corydon was the first established state capital of Indiana! Having grown up here I do take the site for granted, but it is a very nice peace of our states past!
  • Corydon was the capital city. Cool history
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