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Louisiana Territory Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 38 pictures in our Louisiana Territory collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


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Growth of the United States to 1853
Growth of the United States to 1853
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Native Americans meet Lewis and Clark at Council Bluffs
Native Americans meet Lewis and Clark at Council Bluffs
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US territorial acquisition during the 1800s
US territorial acquisition during the 1800s
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North American colonies in 1733
North American colonies in 1733
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Frontiersmen on the upper Missouri River, 1800s
Frontiersmen on the upper Missouri River, 1800s
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Fort Mandan constructed by Lewis and Clark, 1803
Fort Mandan constructed by Lewis and Clark, 1803
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Lolo Creek in the Bitterroot Range, Montana
Lolo Creek in the Bitterroot Range, Montana
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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, a member of the Corps of Discovery 1804-1806

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1800s, 1804, 1805, 1806, 19th Century, Accident, Adventure, American, Art, Boat, Canoe, Corps Of Discovery, Dakota, Diary, Discover, Drawing, Expansion, Expedition, Exploration, Explore, Frontier, Historic, History, Idaho, Illustration, Journey, Land, Land Claim, Lewis And Clark, Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana Territory, Meriwether Lewis, Mishap, Missouri River, Montana, North America, North Dakota, North West, Notes, Oregon, Over Turn, Patrick Goss, River, Science, Scientist, Sinking, Sketch, Specimen, Territory, Travel, United States, Us A, Vintage, West, Western, Westward, William Clark

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William Clarks invitation from Meriwether Lewis, 1804
William Clarks invitation from Meriwether Lewis, 1804
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Lewis and Clark monument at Fort Benton, Montana
Lewis and Clark monument at Fort Benton, Montana
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Fort Rozalie des Natchez on the Mississippi River 1700s - North is to the right.
Hand-colored woodcut of a map published in 1770. Fleuve Saint Louis was the French name for the Mississippi River

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1770, 18th Century, American, Art, Boat, Colonial, Colony, Fleuve Saint Louis, Fort, Fort Rozalie, French, Frontier, Ft, Historic, History, Illustration, Louisiana Territory, Map, Mississippi River, Natchez, New France, North America, Outpost, Pioneer, River Mississippi, Road, Rosalie, Settlement, Settler, Town, United States, Us A, Village, Vintage

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Tobacco Root Mountains and the Jefferson River, Montana
Tobacco Root Mountains and the Jefferson River, Montana
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Clark Fork, Montana
Clark Fork, Montana
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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, a member of the Corps of Discovery

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1800s, 1804, 1805, 1806, 19th Century, Adventure, American, Art, Bear, Boat, Corps Of Discovery, Discover, Drawing, Expansion, Expedition, Exploration, Explore, Frontier, Grizzly, Grizzly Bear, Historic, History, Hunt, Idaho, Illustration, Journey, Keelboat, Land, Land Claim, Lewis And Clark, Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana Territory, Mammal, Meriwether Lewis, Missouri River, Montana, Native Animal, Naturalist, North America, North West, Oregon, Patrick Goss, River, Scientist, Shoot, Sketch, Specimen, Territory, Travel, United States, Us A, Vintage, West, Western, Westward, William Clark

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Great Falls on the Missouri River
Great Falls on the Missouri River
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