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Jacques Cartier aboard ship arriving in Canada, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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John C. Fremont planting the US flag on the Colorado Rockies, 1842. Hand-colored woodcut
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Manchurian ponies used by Shackleton in the Antarctic, 1907-08. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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English explorer Richard Burton dressed as Haji Abdullah, en route to Mecca, Arabia. Color lithograph
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Daniel Boone in the Kentucky wilderness. Hand-colored woodcut
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Captain James Cook in British naval uniform, with map. Hand-colored woodcut
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Venetian explorer Marco Polo portrait. Hand-colored woodcut
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Carsten Egeberg Borchgrevink, first to land on the Antarctic continent. Halftone of a photograph
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Spanish explorer Hernando Cortes, conqueror of Mexico. Hand-colored engraving
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Spanish conquistador and explorer Hernando Cortes, portrait in armor. Hand-colored engraving
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Cortes marches out of Tenochtitlan to battle the army of Narvaez, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration
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Cortes met by Toltec dignitaries on arriving in Teotihuacan with his army, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration
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Narvaez surrenders his army to Cortes near Veracruz, Mexico, 1520. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cortes returning to Toledo, Spain, celebrated for his conquest of Mexico, 1520s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Capture of Aztec City of Mexico by Spanish army of Cortes. Hand-colored woodcut
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Meeting of Cortes and Aztec emperor Montezuma, 1519, Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cortes orders an end to Aztec practice of human sacrifice after the conquest of Mexico. Hand-colored halftone
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Cortes scuttling his ships to cut off any chance of his men's retreat after landing in Mexico. Color lithograph
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Cortes loses 2 horses in battles with Tlascan forces in conquering Mexico. Color lithograph
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Dona Marina, native interpreter for Cortes in conquest of Aztec Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Battles of the Spanish conquistadors in Mexico, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut from an Aztec drawing
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Noche Triste battle when Aztec warriors overwhelmed Cortes's forces. Printed color lithograph
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Cortes' fleet sailing to conquer Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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House of Cortes in Mexico City, built by native labor in the 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Church and Hospital of Jesus, founded by Cortes in Mexico City, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Cortes' landing area in Mexico, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dona Marina, native interpreter for Cortes in conquest of Aztec Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Castle of Cuesta in Seville, Spain, where Cortes died. Hand-colored woodcut
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Conquistadors led by Cortes conquering the Aztecs, Cuauhtemoc memorial, Mexico City. Digital photograph
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Last Aztec emperor Cuauhtemoc taken prisoner by Cortes, memorial in Mexico City. Digital photograph
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Francisco Pizarro portrait in full armor, from Montanus and Ogilby. Hand-colored woodcut
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Francisco Pizarro portrait bust. Hand-colored woodcut
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Francisco Pizarro, conqueror of Peru, standing. Hand-colored woodcut
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Francisco Pizarro with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pizarro orders the Inca ruler Atahualpa to be led instantly to execution, 1533. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pizarro draws a line in the sand to exert control over his expedition at Gallo. Hand-colored woodcut
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Murder of Pizarro in revenge for Almagro's death, Peru, 1541. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pizarro's assault on the Inca fortress of Sacsahuaman, Peru, 1533. Hand-colored woodcut
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Meeting between Pizarro and Inca leader Atahualpa. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pizarro's perilous ascent of the Andes in conquering Peru. Color lithograph
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Spanish conquerors under Pizarro burning the Inca chief Atahualpa to death.
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Missionary father Valverde addresses the Inca chief Atahualpa during Pizarro's conquest of Peru. Color lithograph
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Samuel de Champlain portrait. Hand-colored engraving from the Moncornet portrait
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Samuel de Champlain and his map of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada. Composite of hand-colored woodcuts
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Champlain's settlement at Port Royal, now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain and his Native American allies fighting the Iroquois near Lake Champlain, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain and his Huron allies going to fight the Iroquois, Lake Champlain, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's defeat of the Iroquois at Lake Champlain, opening settlement of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's map of the Gaspee and Gulf of the Saint Lawrence, 1632. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's fortified camp at Quebec on the St Lawrence River, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Part of Champlain's 1613 map of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's map of settlement of Tadoussac in New France, 1613. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's Quebec fort, 1613, showing the dwellings (C, D), drawbridge (I), moat (M), cannon (N), garden (O). Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Champlain's settlement on Isle de Sainte Croix, Canada, 1613. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's 1613 map of his settlement at Port Royal, now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Hand-colored woodcut
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Conquistadors burning natives, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut of Champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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Champlain's fortified camp at Quebec on the St Lawrence River, 1600s. Woodcut
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Champlain's Quebec fort, 1613, showing the dwellings (C, D), drawbridge (I), moat (M), cannon (N), garden (O). Woodcut
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Conquistadors burning natives, 1600s. Woodcut of Champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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Spanish punishing Indians for not attending church, 1600s. Woodcut of champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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Explorer Henry Hudson portrait. Hand-colored engraving
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Henry Hudson's ship "Half-Moon" ascending the Hudson River, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
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Henry Hudson meeting with Native Americans along the Hudson River. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hudson's ship "Half-Moon" leaving Amsterdam for the New World, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hudson's ship "Half Moon" arriving at the Hudson River, 1609. Hand-colored halftone
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Hudson's attack on a Native American village. Hand-colored woodcut
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Henry Hudson's "Half Moon" reaches the highlands along the Hudson River, 1609. Hand-clored engraving
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Mutineers set Henry Hudson adrift in small boat in Arctic waters, 1611. Hand-color woodcut
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Map of Hudson's Bay, Canada, 1722, showing Hudson's Strait. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Hudson's Bay, Canada, 1722, showing Hudson's Strait. Woodcut
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Early map showing Nova Zembla off the Arctic coast of Russia, probably 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dutch ships of Hudson's time, early 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Portrait of explorer Meriwether Lewis. Hand-colored halftone
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Portrait of explorer William Clark. Hand-colored halftone
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Explorers Lewis and Clark with Native American guide Sacagawea, bronze statue at Charlottesville VA. Digital photograph
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Explorers Lewis and Clark with Native American guide Sacagawea, bronze statue at Charlottesville VA. Digital photograph
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Explorers Lewis and Clark with Native American guide Sacagawea, bronze statue at Charlottesville VA. Digital photograph
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Lewis and Clark with a map of their route across the Louisiana Territory to the Pacific. Photograph combined with a hand-colored woodcut
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Lewis & Clark shoot a grizzly bear, unknown to whites, exploration of Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored woodcut by Patrick Goss
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William Clark's diary of the Lewis & Clark expedition, 1804-06. Hand-colored halftone
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William Clark's sketch of "Cock of the Plains," Lewis & Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone
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Lewis & Clark trying to make friends with Native Americans. Hand-colored halftone
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Lewis & Clark meeting with Native Americans at Council Bluffs IA. Hand-colored version of a woodcut by Patrick Goss.
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William Clark's sketch of Flathead Indians, Lewis & Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone
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William Clark's sketch of evergreen shrub leaf, Lewis & Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone
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Lewis & Clark expedition's notes & specimens lost when canoe overturns. Hand-colored Patrick Goss woodcut
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Lewis and Clark trail marker over Lolo Pass, Bitterroot Mountains, Montana. Photograph
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Lewis & Clark expedition overwintering near a Mandan village, 1803-4. Hand-colored Patrick Goss woodcut
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Explorers Lewis and Clark with Native American guide Sacagawea, bronze statue at Charlottesville VA. Digital photograph
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Explorers Lewis & Clark with Native American guide Sacagawea, bronze statue at Charlottesville VA. Digital photograph
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Map showing Lewis and Clark's route across Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored map
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William Clark's sketch of a trout, Lewis & Clark expedition diary. Hand-colored halftone
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Lewis & Clark trail over Lolo Pass, Bitterroot Mountains, Montana
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Bison overlooking the Great Falls of the Missouri River, Montana. Hand-colored woodcut
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Bison overlooking the Great Falls of the Missouri River, Montana. Woodcut
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Jefferson River MT, named for President Jefferson by Lewis & Clark, Tobacco Root Mtns in distance
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Prairie footpath on Lewis and Clark's route, Missouri River area near Mandan, North Dakota. Photograph
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Title page of the first publication of Lewis and Clark's journal and notes, 1814. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Meriwether Lewis's letter inviting William Clark to join the expedition to explore the Louisiana Territory, dated Pittsburgh 1803. Halftone with a watercolor wash
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William Clark's letter accepting Lewis's invitation to join the expedition, dated Clarksville 1803. Halftone with a watercolor wash
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Expedition carrying boats an overland portage. Hand-colored woodcut
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Missouri River where Lewis and Clark's first met with the Sioux Nation, 1804
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Statue of Sacagawea guiding Lewis and Clark, fort Benton, Montana. Photograph
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Meriwether Lewis grave and memorial on the Natchez Trace, Tennessee. Photograph
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Fort Mandan, reconstructed Lewis & Clark campsite on Missouri River, North Dakota
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Fort Mandan, reconstructed Lewis & Clark campsite on Missouri River, North Dakota
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Missouri River headwaters, at Three Forks, Montana, discovered by Lewis and Clark. Photograph
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Madison and Jefferson Rivers join to form the Missouri River headwaters, Tobacco Root Mountains in the distance. Photograph
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Dawn, Missouri River at Coalbanks Landing, a Lewis and Clark campsite in Montana. Photograph
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Missouri River in the White Cliffs backcountry, Montana, described by Lewis and Clark. Photograph
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Marias River joining the Missouri River, a Lewis and Clark campsite in Montana. Photograph
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1859 Breckinridge inscription in the rock of El Morro, a landmark along the old Spanish trail to California in New Mexico
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1709 Spanish inscription of Ramon Jurado at El Morro, a landmark along the old Spanish trail near Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico
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Juan de Onate's inscription at El Morro, a landmark along the old Spanish trail near Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico
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"Pasamos por aqui" ("we pass by here") inscription at El Morro along the old Spanish trail near Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico
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Inscription by Captain Orton, 1st California Cavalry, at El Morro along the old Spanish trail near Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico
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Sali, African servant of explorer Henry Stanley throughout the 1887-1889 expedition and in Cairo. Hand-colored halftone
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Fremont expedition raising the American flag on the Rockies, 1842. Hand-colored woodcut
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Home of Louis Joliet in the Petit Champlain district of old Quebec City. Digital photograph
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Home of Louis Joliet in the Petit Champlain district of old Quebec City. Digital photograph

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