1800 - 1925
1860: The 1st Harrison County Fair was held in September.
1863: The Battle of Corydon took place on July 9.
1866: Admission to the fair for a single person was 25 cents, two horse vehicle, 25 cents; one horse vehicle, 15 cents; single horse, 10 cents; season ticket, 75 cents.
1871: The Round Hall is built for exhibits.
1884: The 25th Harrison County Fair was held.
1896: A train wreck of two large, worn out locomotives was staged as an added attraction.
1906: The first automobile, an air cooled Richmond, was driven to the fair.
1909: The 50th Annual Harrison County Fair was held and the Homecomers Hall was erected.
1914: With the advent of electric lights the night horse show was held.
1916: A lunch stand sold fish sandwiches for 10 cents each.
1917: The Ferris Wheel arrived for the first time.
1921: Harrison County Agricultural Society purchases 13 additional acres. Harrison County Fair, Corydon, IN
1925: A new feature called the "Gosset's Bucking Ford" was presented by members of the Gosset Circus.