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1804 Collection

Background image1804 Collection: PEXP2D-00013

PEXP2D-00013
Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with their Native American guide Sacagawea. Digital photograph of a bronze statue in Charlottesville Virginia

Background image1804 Collection: Native Americans meet Lewis and Clark at Council Bluffs

Native Americans meet Lewis and Clark at Council Bluffs
Lewis and Clark meeting with Native Americans at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Hand-colored woodcut by Patrick Goss, a member of the expedition

Background image1804 Collection: PREV2A-00049

PREV2A-00049
Alexander Hamilton killed in a duel with Aaron Burr, 1804. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background image1804 Collection: Serbian rebellion against Ottoman Empire, 1804

Serbian rebellion against Ottoman Empire, 1804
Black George rousing his fellow Serbs against the Ottoman Empire, 1804. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00269

EXPL2A-00269
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark expedition losing notes and specimens in a canoe accident on the upper Missouri River. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of sketch by Patrick Goss

Background image1804 Collection: Fort Mandan constructed by Lewis and Clark, 1803

Fort Mandan constructed by Lewis and Clark, 1803
Lewis and Clark expedition overwintering along the Missouri River near a Mandan village, 1803-1804. Hand-colored woodcut of a Patrick Goss drawing, a member of the expedition

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00035

EXPL2A-00035
Map of the Lewis and Clark route across Louisiana Territory, 1804-1806. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00167

EXPL2A-00167
William Clarks sketch of Flathead Indians in his diary of the Lewis and Clark expedition, 1804-1806 Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century photograph of Clarks handwritten page

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00339

EXPL2A-00339
William Clarks letter accepting Lewiss invitation to join the Corps of Discovery expedition, dated Clarksville 1803. Printed halftone reproduction with a watercolor wash

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00351

EXPL2A-00351
Title page of the first publication of Lewis and Clarks journal and notes, 1814. Woodcut with a watercolor wash

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2P-00031

EXPL2P-00031
Fort Mandan, a reconstructed Lewis and Clark campsite on the Missouri River, North Dakota. Photograph

Background image1804 Collection: PEXP2D-00014

PEXP2D-00014
Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with their Native American guide Sacagawea. Digital photograph of a bronze statue in Charlottesville Virginia

Background image1804 Collection: PEXP2D-00011

PEXP2D-00011
Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with their Native American guide Sacagawea. Digital photograph of a bronze statue in Charlottesville, Virginia

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00116

EXPL2A-00116
Diary kept by William Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition 1804 - 1806. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century reproduction of the diary

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00133

EXPL2A-00133
Lewis and Clark expedition trying to make friends with Native Americans during their exploration of Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century illustration

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2D-00028

EXPL2D-00028
Missouri River where Lewis and Clark had their first meeting with the Sioux Nation, near Pierre, South Dakota, 1804. Digital photograph

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2P-00037

EXPL2P-00037
Fort Mandan, reconstructed Lewis and Clark campsite on Missouri River, North Dakota. Photograph

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00117

EXPL2A-00117
Sketch by William Clark of Cock of the Plains in the Lewis and Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century reproduction of the diary

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00092

EXPL2A-00092
Lewis and Clark shoot a grizzly bear, unknown to whites, during their exploration of Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of sketch by Patrick Goss

Background image1804 Collection: EXPL2A-00166

EXPL2A-00166
William Clarks sketch of a trout in the Lewis and Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century photograph of Clarks handwritten page


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