Military Locations IN South Central Indiana
Arguably the birthplace of Indiana, South Central Indiana has a long and storied history with the military and conflicts. It is arguably the birthplace of Indiana, because it holds Grant Line Road which is the farthest west border of Clark's Grant.
After the Revolutionary war, the war hero, George Rogers Clark, and his troops recieved nearly 150,000 acres of land as a reward for their valient effort in changing the tide of the revolution. From fighting back indigenous tribes and taking Fort Sackville from the British, Clark was among the first to make his his home in South Central Indiana.
But, it's Revolutionary War origins are just the tip of the iceburg in terms of the history it has with the Military. It was, again, a site of conflict with Morgan's Raid when General John Hunt Morgan led confederates to attack Hoosiers, and during the Battle of Corydon where Morgan overpowered the Harrison County Home Guard. There is history deep in the roots of South Central Indiana just waiting to be unearthed.
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Arguably being the birthplace of Indiana means that South Central Indiana has some of the longest and most storied histories within the state. With so much to explore, we made exploring easy with our map. Find your location and explore what is near you or plan a trip to see some of the amazing locations throughout Indiana.
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