Fried fish, oysters, shrimp and clams as well as chicken nuggets and tenders and homemade onion rings
Built in 1817, this brick building was rented to the State of Indiana for offices while Corydon was the capitol of the state (1816-1825). The east room was occupied by the State Auditor and the west room by the State Treasurer.
Currently not open for public tours. Available to rent for private events.
Commemorating the only Civil War battle fought on Indiana soil. The log cabin has been restored and is open Friday Saturday and Sunday from 10-4 during the summer season.
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