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AGRI2A-00127
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African-American hauling baled cotton to market with a team of mules, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Steam-driven packet loaded with bales of cotton, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American field-hands picking cotton, late 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American troops mustered out of the Union Army at Little Rock, Arkansas after the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00108
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Confederates driven from Elkhorn Tavern, Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 8, 1862. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sioux attack on a company of Custer's Seventh Cavalry, US Army, June 24, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00127
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Marquette & Joliet, the first white men on the upper Mississippi, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00149
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Zebulon Pike's route across western territory to Colorado, 1805-6. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00266
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Marquette and Joliet in a canoe descending the upper Mississippi River, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of De Soto expedition's route across southeast North America, 1539-1542. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2D-00007
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Louisiana Purchase State Park trail entrance to the original survey marker in a headwater swamp, Arkansas
EXPL2D-00008
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Marker for the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint in a headwater swamp, Louisana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Marker for the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint in a headwater swamp, Louisana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Marker for the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint in a headwater swamp, Louisiana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Marker for the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint in a headwater swamp, Louisiana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Marker for the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint in a headwater swamp, Louisiana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
EXPL2D-00013
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Headwater swamp surrounding the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint, Louisiana Purchase State Park, Arkansas
EXPL2D-00014
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Bald cypress in a headwater swamp surrounding the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint, LA Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Mallard in a headwater swamp surrounding the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint, LA Purchase State Park, Arkansas
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Mallard feeding in a headwater swamp surrounding the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint, LA Purchase State Park, Arkansas
EXPL2D-00018
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Mallards in a headwater swamp surrounding the original Louisiana Territory survey basepoint, LA Purchase State Park, Arkansas
EXPL3A-00266
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Marquette and Joliet in a canoe descending the upper Mississippi River, 1673. Woodcut
HSET2A-00074
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"Arkansas pilgrims," a family crossing the Great Plains in a covered wagon. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00139
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Pioneers emigrating to the Mississippi Valley, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Darley illustration
HSET3A-00074
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"Arkansas pilgrims," a family crossing the Great Plains in a covered wagon. Woodcut
NATI2D-00277
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Cherokee Trail of Tears memorial overlooking the Arkansas River, Cadron Settlement Park, Conway, Arkansas
NATI2D-00278
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Cherokee Trail of Tears memorial overlooking the Arkansas River, Cadron Settlement Park, Conway, Arkansas
NATI2D-00293
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00294
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00295
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Burial mound (left) and a high platform mound of the Plum Bayou people, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
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Burial mound (foreground) and a high platform mound of the Plum Bayou people, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00297
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00298
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High platform mound (39 feet high) of the Plum Bayou people, a Woodlands culture, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
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Remains of a dugout canoe like those used by Native Americans in the bayous, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00300
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Remains of a dugout canoe like those used by Native Americans in the bayous, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
NATI2D-00301
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Prow of a dugout canoe like those used by Native Americans in the bayous, Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park, Arkansas
PART3A-00051
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Nast cartoon showing Arkansas saying, "A plague on both your houses!" 1874. Woodcut
SOCI2A-00164
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The Brooks forces evacuating the State House at Little Rock, Arkansas. Hand-colored woodcut
USAA2D-00019
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Mississippi River, looking toward Arkansas from the shore near Greenville, Mississippi
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Moon over Lake Chicot, an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River, Lake Village, Arkansas
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Moon over Lake Chicot, an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River, Lake Village, Arkansas
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Moon over Lake Chicot, an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River, Lake Village, Arkansas
USAA2D-00025
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Moon over Lake Chicot, an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River, Lake Village, Arkansas
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Moon over Lake Chicot, an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River, Lake Village, Arkansas
USAR2A-00001
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Fort Smith, Arkansas, mid-1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAR2A-00002
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Valley Street in Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Little Rock, Arkansas, 1870s, viewed from the river. Hand-colored woodcut
USAR2D-00001
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Site of Arkansas Post, 1686 French trading settlement of Henri de Tonti on the Arkansas River near junction with Mississippi River, Arkansas
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement on the Arkansas River near junction with Mississippi River, Arkansas
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
USAR2D-00005
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Replica of Spanish 8-pounder cannon used at Fort Carlos III in the 1700s, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
USAR2D-00006
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Replica of Spanish cannon used at Fort Carlos III in the 1700s, Arkansas Post Memorial, Arkansas
USAR2D-00007
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Replica of Spanish 8-pounder cannon used at Fort Carlos III in the 1700s, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
USAR2D-00008
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Large old oak tree at Arkansas Post National Memorial, site of the first permanent European settlement in the lower Mississippi River Valley, Arkansas
USAR2D-00009
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Pioneer blockhouse, a reconstruction overlooking the Arkansas River, Cadron Settlement Park, Conway, Arkansas
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Pioneer blockhouse, a reconstruction overlooking the Arkansas River, Cadron Settlement Park, Conway, Arkansas
USAR2D-00011
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Site of the capital of Arkansas Territory in 1820, Cadron Settlement Park, Conway, Arkansas
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Outdoor oven reconstructed at Cadron Settlement Park, site of an 1814 settlement, Conway, Arkansas
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Lowland forest within Toltec Mounds State Archaeological Park, Arkansas

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