6927 Route 250
Madison, IN 47250
Eleutherian College was established as an abolitionist school in 1848. The college offered education to all students, regardless of sex or race, and was the first of its kind in the state of Indiana. The college served as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Many of the students enlisted in the Civil War, and the grounds were used as a training center during the Civil War for the Sixth Indiana Regiment.
John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail
Versailles, Indiana | The trail follows the path taken by Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate cavalry during the Great Raid of 1863.
Lincoln Boyhood Home National Memorial
Clay, Indiana | This National Park Service site memorializes the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln, where he lived from ages seven to twenty-one.
Lincoln Amphitheater and Lincoln State Park
Lincoln City, Indiana | The 1,747-acre park features 10 miles of hiking trails through the region where Abraham Lincoln spent his youth.
General Lew Wallace Study and Museum
Crawfordsville, Indiana | The museum is located in the house of General Lew Wallace and offers lectures on Civil War topics.