Battle of Corydon July 9, 1863
300 N. Capitol, Corydon, IN
Photo taken by Bill Eichelberger
+38.21182, -86.1262938°12'43" N, 86°07'35" W
Quadrangle map:Corydon West
"A force of about 400 Indiana militia and citizen volunteers commanded by Col. Lewis Jordan, engaged John Hunt Morgan's raiders, 2, 400 cavalry, along a wooded ridge a mile south of Corydon. The determined Hoosier defense caused General Duke, Morgan's second in command, to comment, "They resolutely defended their rail piles." Three Hoosiers and eight Confederates were killed. Morgan then brought up his cannon and flanked the militia forcing Jordan to retreat. After Morgan surrounded and began shelling Corydon, Jordan surrendered with 345 men."
- December 5, 2011: New Street View added by Bill Eichelberger
- December 4, 2011: Added by Bill Eichelberger