The Lakes and Ponds ClipArt gallery includes 30 illustrations of inland bodies of water that do not flow like a river or stream.

The upper Ausable Lake, New York.

Ausable Lake

The upper Ausable Lake, New York.

"Bloody Pond, near Lake George, which is said to still contain the bones of many of those who fell in the fight at Fort William Henry."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

Bloody Pond

"Bloody Pond, near Lake George, which is said to still contain the bones of many of those who fell in…

An aerial-view of Lake Alfred, Florida.

City

An aerial-view of Lake Alfred, Florida.

A cottage at a lake.

Cottage

A cottage at a lake.

Profile section of Crater Lake National Park.

Crater Lake National Park

Profile section of Crater Lake National Park.

Duck shooting on Saratoga Lake, New York.

Duck Shooting

Duck shooting on Saratoga Lake, New York.

An illustration of a young boy standing on the shore of a lake fishing with a cane pole.

Boy Fishing with Cane Pole

An illustration of a young boy standing on the shore of a lake fishing with a cane pole.

An illustration of two young boys; one is fishing, the other is sitting on a fence.

Young Boys Fishing

An illustration of two young boys; one is fishing, the other is sitting on a fence.

"Head-quarters of Greene and Knox. This view is from the turnpike road, looking southeast. The water in front is a mill-pond over the dam of which passes a foot-bridge. The mill is hidden by the trees in the ravine below. This side was originally the rear of the house, the old Goshen road passing upon the other side. The old front is a story and a half high. Captain Morton, the proprietor, is a son of the late General Jacob Morton, of New York city."—Lossing, 1851

Greene and Knox Head-Quarters

"Head-quarters of Greene and Knox. This view is from the turnpike road, looking southeast. The water…

An illustration of a group of people yelling at a man in a pond.

Group Yelling at Man in Water

An illustration of a group of people yelling at a man in a pond.

A house set on the side of a lake.

Lakeside house

A house set on the side of a lake.

Lake with trees and mountains in distance.

Lake

Lake with trees and mountains in distance.

An image of a lake in a town.

Lake

An image of a lake in a town.

The bay where Capt. Perry put his fleet in during the Battle of Lake Erie. Smoke of the battle can be seen in the distance.

The Battle of Lake Erie

The bay where Capt. Perry put his fleet in during the Battle of Lake Erie. Smoke of the battle can be…

Head of Lake George

Lake George

Head of Lake George

A lake in south central Oregon

Lake Klamath

A lake in south central Oregon

"Lake Providence, La., headquarters of General McPherson and the Federal division under his command. Our artist wrote: 'The Seventeenth Army Corps, under General McPherson, have been exceedingly fortunate in being ordered to Lake Providence, La. Their tents are pitched in pleasant places. I have not seen a position anywhere along the Mississippi River, or anywhere else, which offers such inducements for any army 'to stay awhile' as the banks of this beautiful lake. There is a little town on the landing, which is only fit for, and therefore only occupied by, negro quarters and sutler shops. The lake is immediately back of the village, and not more than a quarter of a mile from the river. Immense cotton fields stretch away on both sides of it, and beautiful residences, surrounded by elaborate gardens full of Southern shrubbery, adorn its banks.'"— Frank Leslie, 1896

Lake Providence

"Lake Providence, La., headquarters of General McPherson and the Federal division under his command.…

An illustration of a lake scene with people walking.

Lake Scene

An illustration of a lake scene with people walking.

Lake Titicaca in South America.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca in South America.

Building and duck pond at the London Zoological Gardens, 1845.

London: Zoological Gardens

Building and duck pond at the London Zoological Gardens, 1845.

Diagram of plant zones in small lake near Merryman's Lake, Michigan.

Plant Zones

Diagram of plant zones in small lake near Merryman's Lake, Michigan.

Diagram showing how plants fill ponds from the sides and top.

Pond Diagram

Diagram showing how plants fill ponds from the sides and top.

"Pyle's Pond. About a quarter of a mile northwest from this pond, is the spot where the battle occurred. It was then heavily wooded; now it is a cleared field, on the plantation of Colonel Michael Holt. Mr. Holt planted an apple-tree upon the spot where fourteen of the slain were buried in one grave. Near by, a persimmon-tree indicates the place of burial of several others."—Lossing, 1851

Pyle's Pond

"Pyle's Pond. About a quarter of a mile northwest from this pond, is the spot where the battle occurred.…

Depicts people relaxing on a lake, canoeing, powerboting, and diving.

Lake Recreation

Depicts people relaxing on a lake, canoeing, powerboting, and diving.

"Lake Sinnipink, or Bloody Pond. This view is from the outlet of the lake, within a few rods of the spot where a large number of the Americans and British were slain in a preliminary skirmish on the afternoon when the forts were taken. The bodies were thrown into the lake, and from that circumstance it was afterward called Bloody Pond."—Lossing, 1851

Lake Sinnipink

"Lake Sinnipink, or Bloody Pond. This view is from the outlet of the lake, within a few rods of the…

The crossing between Lakes George and Champlain had been used by natives for thousands of years. The town was located on the direct route, utilizing rivers and two long lakes, between New York City to the south and the French settlement of Montreal to the north. The town was the setting for historic battles and maneuvers during both the French and Indian War and the American Revolution. The site of Fort Ticonderoga marked the location of an important portage between Lake George and Lake Champlain.

Ticonderoga and the Lake, from Mount Defiance

The crossing between Lakes George and Champlain had been used by natives for thousands of years. The…

The first institution for imparting a full collegiate education to women established in the world; founded by Matthew Vassar in Poughkeepsie, NY in 1861.

Vassar College from the Lake

The first institution for imparting a full collegiate education to women established in the world; founded…

Lake George, also known as <em>Queen of American Lakes</em>, is a long narrow lake at the southeast base of the Adirondack Mountains, northern New York. The lake extends about 32.2 miles on a north-south axis and varies from 1 to 3 miles in width.

View of Lake George, N.Y.

Lake George, also known as Queen of American Lakes, is a long narrow lake at the southeast…

"The irrigating reservoir at Walnut Grove, Arizona, showing the Artificial Lake partly filled."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Walnut Grove

"The irrigating reservoir at Walnut Grove, Arizona, showing the Artificial Lake partly filled."—E.…

York is a community in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Formerly a separate city, it was one of six municipalities that amalgamated in 1998 to form the current city of Toronto. York Township was incorporated by Canada West in 1850 (Canada West later became Ontario in 1867).

York (Toronto) in 1813, From the Block House East of the Don

York is a community in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Formerly a separate city, it was one of six municipalities…