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Lewis & Clark expedition's notes & specimens lost when canoe overturns. Hand-colored Patrick Goss woodcut
EXPL2A-00402
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Lewis & Clark expedition overwintering near a Mandan village, 1803-4. Hand-colored Patrick Goss woodcut
BUSN2A-00062
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Fur-traders on the Missouri River attacked by Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00216
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Half-breeds and French voyageurs towing a boat in the currents of the upper Missouri River, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00092
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Lewis & Clark shoot a grizzly bear, unknown to whites, exploration of Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored woodcut by Patrick Goss
EXPL2A-00133
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Lewis & Clark trying to make friends with Native Americans. Hand-colored halftone
EXPL2D-00028
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Missouri River where Lewis and Clark's first met with the Sioux Nation, 1804
EXPL2D-00032
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Missouri River south of Pierre, South Dakota
EXPL2D-00031
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Site of La Verendrye's claim of the northern Great Plains for France in 1743, overlooking the Missouri River in Pierre, SD
EXPL2P-00013
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Statue of Sacagawea guiding Lewis and Clark, fort Benton, Montana. Photograph
EXPL2P-00031
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Fort Mandan, reconstructed Lewis & Clark campsite on Missouri River, North Dakota
EXPL2P-00037
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Fort Mandan, reconstructed Lewis & Clark campsite on Missouri River, North Dakota
NATI2A-00039
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Sioux family offering gifts to the dead in an elevated grave, Montana. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00232
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Mass Mormon baptismal services in the Missouri River at Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00136
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Canoe race, a Native American sport. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2P-01585
© Nancy Carter

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Reconstructed earth lodge at On-a-Slant Mandan village on Missouri River, North Dakota. Photograph
NATI2A-00188
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Caitlin's map showing the moves of the Mandans and the place of their extinction, 1837. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00324
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Pro-slavery forces ferrying Missouri voters to the Kansas shore to vote against free soil, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2P-00001
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Union Pacific Railroad bridge over the Missouri River at Omaha, Nebraska. Albertype, 1890s
USAA2A-00008
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Snags in low water hindering steamship on the Missouri River, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAA2A-00011
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Bison overlooking the Great Falls of the Missouri River, Montana. Hand-colored woodcut
USAA2P-00244
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Madison River at the Missouri River headwaters, Tobacco Root Mountains in the distance. Photograph
USAA2P-00277
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Madison and Jefferson Rivers join to form the Missouri River headwaters, Tobacco Root Mountains in the distance. Photograph
USAA2P-00282
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Missouri River headwaters, at Three Forks, Montana, discovered by Lewis and Clark. Photograph
USAA2P-00284
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Missouri River headwaters, at Three Forks, Montana, discovered by Lewis and Clark. Photograph
USAA2P-00288
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Dawn, Missouri River at Coalbanks Landing, a Lewis and Clark campsite in Montana. Photograph
USAA2P-00321
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Missouri River in the White Cliffs backcountry, Montana, described by Lewis and Clark. Photograph
USAA2P-00356
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Missouri River at Judith Landing, Montana, a Lewis and Clark campsite. Photograph
USAA2P-00372
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Marias River joining the Missouri River, a Lewis and Clark campsite in Montana. Photograph
USAA2P-00395
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Missouri River at Coalbanks Landing, a Lewis and Clark campsite in Montana. Photograph
USAA2P-00406
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Missouri Breaks backcountry of the Missouri River, Montana. Photograph
USAA2P-00432
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High banks of the Missouri River at Vergelle, Montana. Photograph
USAA2P-00491
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Missouri River near Mandan, North Dakota. Photograph
USMT2A-00001
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Steamboat at Fort Benton, Montana, on the Missouri River, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
USMT2P-00219
© Nancy Carter

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Native blue flax (Linum lewisii), named for discoverer Meriwether Lewis, flowering near the Missouri River, Montana
USMT2P-00222
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Native blue flax (Linum lewisii), named for discoverer Meriwether Lewis, flowering near the Missouri River, Montana
USAA3A-00011
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Bison overlooking the Great Falls of the Missouri River, Montana. Woodcut
USNE2A-00002
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Omaha, Nebraska, as seen from the old Capitol, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
USND2A-00002
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Laying railroad track in winter across the Missouri River at Bismarck, Dakota Territory (ND), 1879. Hand-colored woodcut
USSD2D-00100
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Site of Fort Pierre Chouteau, largest fur-trading post on the upper Missouri River, 1832-1855. Digital photograph
USSD2D-00101
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Monument on the site of Fort Pierre Chouteau, largest fur-trading post on the upper Missouri River, 1832-1855. Digital photograph
USSD2D-00102
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Monument on the site of Fort Pierre Chouteau, largest fur-trading post on the upper Missouri River, 1832-1855. Digital photograph
USSD2D-00103
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Plaque commemorating Fort Pierre Chouteau, largest fur-trading post on the upper Missouri River, 1832-1855. Digital photograph
 

   

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