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Connecticut settlers entering Ohio Territory after the American Revolution. Hand-colored halftone of a Pyle illustration
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Border settlers in Ohio building a log cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
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Fort Washington, built in 1789 on the site that became Cincinnati, Ohio. Hand-colored woodcut
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Wolf Creek mills, Ohio Territory, 1789. Hand-colored woodcut
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Johnny Appleseed planting trees in the Ohio wilderness. Hand-colored woodcut
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Governor Huntington attacked by wolves in Ohio Territory. Hand-colored woodcut of a Pyle illustration
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Johnny Appleseed addressing a preacher among settlers of Ohio Territory. Hand-colored woodcut
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Christopher Gist exploring the wilderness of Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and Kentucky. Hand-colored woodcut
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George Washington on a mission to the Ohio River, French & Indian War. Hand-colored engraving
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Major George Washington in the French and Indian War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Inauguration of the Ohio Territory government at Marietta, settled in 1780s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Massacre of Christian Indians by backwoodsmen of the Ohio Territory. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tecumseh fighting another Native American, watched by British General Henry Proctor. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tecumseh defends the whites at Fort Meigs, Ohio, besieged by British in War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tecumseh pulling his brother, The Prophet. by the hair. Hand-colored engraving
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Map of Ohio's early land divisions. Printed color lithograph
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Cincinnati on the Ohio River in 1810. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pioneers on the Ohio River settling the old Northwest Territory, late 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Steamboats on the Ohio River at Marietta, Ohio, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mingo leader Logan negotiating alliance with British officer, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut
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First settler's cabin in Indianapolis, Indiana, 1820. Hand-colored woodcut
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Destruction of Native American villages by Federal forces, Old Northwest Territory. Hand-colored woodcut
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General Wayne's victory at the Battle of Fallen Timbers, opening the Ohio Valley for settlers, 1794. Hand-colored woodcut
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Federal troops destroying Native American villages on the frontier, late 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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General Harmar defeated by Miamis, Northwest Territory, 1790. Hand-colored woodcut
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James A. Garfield as a boy, working as a mule rider towing a canal boat. Hand-colored woodcut
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Downtown of Columbus, Ohio, in the 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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View of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the hill back of Newport Barracks, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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American advance on Vincennes during the Revolutionary War, 1779. Hand-colored halftone
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George Rogers Clark's troops crossing the Wabash River to sieze Vincennes from the British, 1779. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Harmar's defeat by the Indians at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1791. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of the U.S. in 1792, showing colonial claims on Oregon Territory. Printed color halftone
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Map of territorial growth of the U.S. from 1783-1867. Printed color lithograph
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Shawnee chief Tecumseh confronting William Henry Harrison in Indiana. Hand-colored halftone
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Shawnee mystic Tenskwatawa, The Prophet, holding a ceremony, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Battle of Tippecanoe, in which General Harrison defeated Tecumseh's warriors, 1811. Hand-colored halftone
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New Albany, Indiana, viewed from the Ohio River, about 1870. Hand-colored woodcut
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George Rogers Clark en route to Kaskaskia, Illinois, which he took from British. Hand-colored halftone
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Fort Dearborn in 1803, on the south side of the Chicago River. Hand-colored halftone
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Native Americans attack American garrison at Fort Dearborn (now Chicago) during the War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
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Fort Dearborn on the Chicago River, 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
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Treaty with the Pottawattomies at Fort Dearborn, Chicago, 1833. Hand-colored woodcut
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Young Abe Lincoln cutting wood for his mother at their log cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
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Abe Lincoln as a boy reading by firelight in his family's cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pioneers emigrating to the Mississippi Valley, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Darley illustration
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Young Abe Lincoln as a flatboatman on the Ohio River. Hand-colored woodcut
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Young Abe Lincoln working on an Ohio River keelboat. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette & Joliet, the first white men on the upper Mississippi, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Father Marquette holding peace pipe to greet Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet meeting Native Americans in Illinois during their exploration of the upper Mississippi. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet descending the Mississippi River in canoes, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet in a canoe descending the upper Mississippi River, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Trappers beside a waterway watching for otter. Hand-colored woodcut
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Fort Armstrong on Rock Island in the Mississippi River, view in the 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Abe Lincoln as a boy reading by firelight in his family's cabin. Woodcut
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Sieur de Cadillac landing at Detroit, Lake Michigan, 1701. Hand-colored woodcut
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Indian and his canoe on shore of Lake Superior beside Silver Cascade, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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William Hull withdraws the American forces to Fort Detroit after defeat at Brownstown, 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
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French map of the Great Lakes and upper Mississippi, circa 1700Hand-colored woodcut
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French Jesuit map of Lake Superior and Upper Michigan, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Visit of Pontiac and his Native American allies to British officer Major Gladwyn. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans' night attack on a schooner in the Detroit River during Pontiac's War, 1763-64. Hand-colored woodcut
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A big load of logs on a skidder in Michigan, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Woodsman dancing to a fiddle in a logging camp at night, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Storm washing shipwreck victims and debris ashore on Lake Superior, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sault Sainte Marie Canal connecting Lakes Superior and Huron, with sailing ships at entrance to lock, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Republic Iron Mine, Upper Michigan, with miner ascending the slope, circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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Copper mine: washing the tailings into Lake Superior, shore of Upper Michigan, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Landing of Jean Nicolet on the Wisconsin shore of Lake Michigan, 1634. Hand-colored halftone
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Mississippi River three miles above La Crosse, Wisconsin. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native American burial mound near the Wolf River, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Battle of Bad Axe, ending the Black Hawk War, Wisconsin, 1832. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hauling logs in northern Wisconsin, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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A bateau (boat) race in the north woods, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Campus of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, looking west from the waterfront of Lake Michigan, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Great egrets in Horicon Marsh Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Great egrets in Horicon Marsh Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Wild ducks in early morning fog flying over Post Lake on the Wolf River, WI
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Fox River, canoed by Marquette and Joliet on their expedition to the Mississippi River, 1673, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Fox River, taken by Marquette and Joliet in 1673, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Fox River near Princeton, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Wisconsin River, view from bluffs overlooking its junction with the Mississippi River, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Wisconsin River joining the Mississippi River, Wisconsin, view from Iowa side. Photograph
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Bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River near Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Woodcut
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Menominee bark lodge on the Menominee Reservation near Shawano, Wisconsin
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Mound and part of village palisade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Drumlin, a glacial remmant now planted with corn, on the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Mound at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Mound and part of village palisade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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Reconstructed Menominee bark lodge, as built for French missionaries in reconstruction at Heritage Hill, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Aztalan, a Middle Mississippian Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin--mound and part of village palisade (reconstructed). Photograph
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Mound and part of village stockade at Aztalan, a middle Mississippean Moundbuilder site in Wisconsin. Photograph
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French missionary and trader carrying a canoe at a portage, North America. Hand-colored woodcut
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Beaver pelt stretched on a sapling frame and laced with rawhide, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Deer hide stretched on a sapling frame, partly scraped and tanned, French fur trader reconstruction, Green Bay, Wiconsin. Photograph
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Deer hide stretched for scraping, Heritage Hill, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Wild rice from the Great Lakes area. Photograph
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Wild rice, in a Native American birchbark basket, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Canoes on the Ohio River traveling by moonlight.
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Beginning of settlement of Marietta, Ohio, in 1788. Hand-colored woodcut
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Flat-boat of settlers descending the Ohio River, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Aaron Burr exhorting his followers at Blennerhassett Island, Ohio River, 1805. Hand-colored woodcut
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Riverboat passengers waiting at a village landing, early 1800s. Printed halftone of an illustration by S.M. Arthurs
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Men on a raft viewing a riverboat towing a passenger barge, early 1800s. Printed halftone of an illustration by S.M. Arthurs
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Passengers hailing a riverboat to board from a rowboat in mid-stream, early 1800s. Printed halftone illustration by S.M. Arthurs
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Pioneer family moving west in a covered wagon, 1840s. Hand-colored woodcut
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City of Pittsburgh, 1850s, viewed from the Ohio River. Hand-colored woodcut
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Clearing farmland in spring for planting, using ox and horse teams to plow and pull stumps. Hand-colored woodcut
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Farmers haying, a calendar illustration for June, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Farmer in his cornfield praying for rain, 1800s. Halftone
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Pasture and hayfields along the Delaware River at Tinicum DE. Hand-colored woodcut
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Girl and boy helping with spring farm chores. Hand-colored halftone illustration
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Belgian immigrants' farm and windmill, Heritage Hill, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Farm buildings behind a split-rail fence of Norwegian immigrants, restored to 1840s appearance at Old World Wisconsin, Eagle WI. Digital photograph
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First house in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1741. Hand-colored woodcut
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Shoemaker's first farm, Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1700s. Hand-colored wngraving
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Children riding atop a hay wagon pulled by a pair of horses, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Farm boy leading a team of horses while his father plows. Hand-colored halftone
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Large team of oxen hitched to pull a barn at a moving-bee, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut

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