Harrison County, Indiana, became a county in 1808. Corydon, Indiana, was the Indiana Territorial Capital and became the county seat. It was the state capital from 1813 to 1825, when the capital was moved to Indianapolis.
There’s a picture of the First State Capitol Building in the gallery at the end of the post.
Some of the current government offices have been moved off the town square, and some of the court proceedings have been moved to the Justice Center, also off the square, but some business is still done in this beautiful brick building, built in 1928.This is where we went for early voting. The door is new, for security’s sake, but the windows and all are beautiful, and so is the interior.
This has been part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors link-up. I encourage you to go to his page and see his fabulous photographs. Then click on the little blue froggie button and add your own door(s) or follow the links to other sites.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about something — or someone — worn down by time.