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Indiana Historical Bureau

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Cedar Glade


Location: 772 N. Capitol Avenue, SE corner Indian Creek bridge, Corydon. (Harrison County, Indiana)

Erected 1992 by Indiana Historical Bureau and Mr./Mrs. Thomas D. McGrain

ID# : 31.1992.1

Marker Review Report: Learn more here.


House built by Jacob Kintner, Sr. 1808. Named for giant native red cedars in area. Self-sustaining plantation traded 1849 to Thomas McGrain, Sr. for Louisville property. Sheltered Corydon residents July 1863 during Morgan's Raid. First marked 1966 by Mr./Mrs. M. Dowling McGrain. Listed in National Register, 1983.


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