This ClipArt gallery includes 47 illustrations related to the State of Illinois.

Color illustration of a 21 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Illinois. This flag was in use from July 04, 1819 until July 3, 1820.

21 Star United States Flag, 1819

Color illustration of a 21 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Illinois.…

Black line illustration of a 21 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Illinois. This flag was in use from July 04, 1819 until July 3, 1820.

21 Star United States Flag, 1819

Black line illustration of a 21 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of…

Anarchist terrorism in Chicago as the sword of Justice is brought against the leaders.

Anarchy in Chicago

Anarchist terrorism in Chicago as the sword of Justice is brought against the leaders.

Colonel Edward Dickinson Baker (1811 - 1861) who served for the state of Illinois in the U.S. House of Representatives and later as a U.S. Senator from Oregon. Baker served as a colonel during the Mexican-American War and the Civil War where he was killed in the Battle of Ball's Bluff becoming the only sitting senator to be killed in the Civil War.

Colonel Edward Dickinson Baker

Colonel Edward Dickinson Baker (1811 - 1861) who served for the state of Illinois in the U.S. House…

Edward Dickinson Baker (February 24, 1811 – October 21, 1861) was an English-born American politician, lawyer, military leader. Senator from Oregon.

Edward Dickinson Baker

Edward Dickinson Baker (February 24, 1811 – October 21, 1861) was an English-born American politician,…

Black was a general in the 37th Illinois regiment and was wounded in the battles of Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove.

General John C. Black

Black was a general in the 37th Illinois regiment and was wounded in the battles of Pea Ridge and Prairie…

First Governor of Illinois

Shadrach Bond

First Governor of Illinois

The chamber of Illinois House of Representatives where Lincoln made his first speech in opposition to Douglas.

Chamber of Illinois House of Representatives

The chamber of Illinois House of Representatives where Lincoln made his first speech in opposition to…

"The site of Chicago in the 1890's."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Chicago

"The site of Chicago in the 1890's."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Famous for its low, classic architecture is the Chicago Public Library.

Chicago Public Library Building

Famous for its low, classic architecture is the Chicago Public Library.

(1829-1914) Unites States senator from Illinois and representative who helped establish the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1887. Governor of Illinois.

Shelby M. Cullom

(1829-1914) Unites States senator from Illinois and representative who helped establish the Interstate…

Governor of Illinois

Shelby Moore Cullom

Governor of Illinois

(1815-1886) Named into the US supreme court by Lincoln and later became the Senator of Illinois

Judge David Davis

(1815-1886) Named into the US supreme court by Lincoln and later became the Senator of Illinois

(1813-1861) In 1835 Douglas was attorney general of Illinois. He became secretary of the state of Illinois in 1840, judge of the state supreme court in 1841, and was elected to congress in 1843.

Stephen A. Douglas

(1813-1861) In 1835 Douglas was attorney general of Illinois. He became secretary of the state of Illinois…

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state of Illinois, and was the Democratic Party nominee for President in 1860. He lost to the Republican Party's candidate, Abraham Lincoln.

Monument to Stephen A. Douglas

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state…

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state of Illinois, and was the Democratic Party nominee for President in 1860. He lost to the Republican Party's candidate, Abraham Lincoln.

Stephen Arnold Douglas

Stephen Arnold Douglas (April 23, 1813 - June 3, 1861) was an American politician from the western state…

(1823-1903) US Representative and Senator from Illinois.

Charles B. Farwell

(1823-1903) US Representative and Senator from Illinois.

Fort Dearborn, named in honor of Henry Dearborn, was a United States fort built on the Chicago River in 1803 by troops under Captain John Whistler.

The Last Vestige of Fort Dearborn

Fort Dearborn, named in honor of Henry Dearborn, was a United States fort built on the Chicago River…

The official seal of the U.S. state of Illinois in 1889.

Illinois

The official seal of the U.S. state of Illinois in 1889.

The United States seal of Illinois with Chicago during 1830 in the background.

Illinois

The United States seal of Illinois with Chicago during 1830 in the background.

The state banner of Illinois, the prairie state.

Illinois

The state banner of Illinois, the prairie state.

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1876

Illinois seal

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1876

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1876

Illinois seal

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1876

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1890

Illinois seal

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1890

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1904

Illinois seal

Seal of the state of Illinois, 1904

The Seal of the State of Illinois, 1818. The seal shows the bald eagle on a rock carrying a shield. It carries a banner with the state motto, "State Sovereignty, National Union."

Seal of Illinois

The Seal of the State of Illinois, 1818. The seal shows the bald eagle on a rock carrying a shield.…

Fort Dearborn, named in honor of Henry Dearborn, was a United States fort built on the Chicago River in 1803 by troops under Captain John Whistler.

Kinzie Mansion and Fort Dearborn

Fort Dearborn, named in honor of Henry Dearborn, was a United States fort built on the Chicago River…

Spot where the cabin stood in which Lincoln was born.

Lincoln Birthplace Spot

Spot where the cabin stood in which Lincoln was born.

The childhood home of Abraham Lincoln in Farmington, Illinois.

Lincoln Home

The childhood home of Abraham Lincoln in Farmington, Illinois.

The Lincoln monument in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois.

The Lincoln Monument in Oak Ridge Cemetery

The Lincoln monument in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois.

National Historic home of President Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. Abraham Lincoln lived here from 1844 to 1861 before becoming the 16th President of the United States.

Home of President Abraham Lincoln

National Historic home of President Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. Abraham Lincoln lived…

(1826-1886) American soldier and statesman who fought in the Mexican War.  US Senator from Illinois.

John Alexander Logan

(1826-1886) American soldier and statesman who fought in the Mexican War. US Senator from Illinois.

An illustration of a fowl market located on a river in Cairo, Illinois.

Fowl Market

An illustration of a fowl market located on a river in Cairo, Illinois.

Mr. Morrison is best known as a tariff reformer and was a member of the Illinois House of Representatives.

William R. Morrison

Mr. Morrison is best known as a tariff reformer and was a member of the Illinois House of Representatives.

Known as "Uncle Dick," an American politician. Served as governor and senator from Illinois.

Richard J. Oglesby

Known as "Uncle Dick," an American politician. Served as governor and senator from Illinois.

Passenger Depot of the Chicago and North-Western Railroad, corner of Wells and Kinzie streets.

Passenger Depot

Passenger Depot of the Chicago and North-Western Railroad, corner of Wells and Kinzie streets.

States admitted during James Monroe's presidency, "the era of good feeling": 1817-Mississippi, 1818- Illinois, 1819- Alabama, 1820- Maine, 1821- Missouri.

States Admitted 1817-1821

States admitted during James Monroe's presidency, "the era of good feeling": 1817-Mississippi, 1818-…

Statue of Lincoln at Chicago

Statue of Lincoln

Statue of Lincoln at Chicago

The Tacoma Building in Chicago, Illinois was the first steel-construction building erected.

Tacoma Building

The Tacoma Building in Chicago, Illinois was the first steel-construction building erected.

"Scene in camp life- company mess of the Thirteenth Illinois Volunteers in their camp before Corinth, Miss." — Frank Leslie, 1896

Thirteenth Illinois Volunteers

"Scene in camp life- company mess of the Thirteenth Illinois Volunteers in their camp before Corinth,…

"The World's Fair at Chicago. A cove in Wooded Island."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

World's Fair

"The World's Fair at Chicago. A cove in Wooded Island."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

"The World's Fair at Chicago. In Cairo Street."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

World's Fair

"The World's Fair at Chicago. In Cairo Street."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

"The World's Fair at Chicago. The doorway of the transportation building."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

World's Fair

"The World's Fair at Chicago. The doorway of the transportation building."—E. Benjamin Andrews…

"The World's Fair at Chicago. Dome of horticultural building at night."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

World's Fair

"The World's Fair at Chicago. Dome of horticultural building at night."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

"The World's Fair at Chicago. Central portion of MacMonnies Fountain- effect of electric light."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

World's Fair

"The World's Fair at Chicago. Central portion of MacMonnies Fountain- effect of electric light."—E.…

The war governor of Illinois, born in Warsaw, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 1818; died in St. Louis, Missouri, Nov. 27, 1873.

Richard Yates

The war governor of Illinois, born in Warsaw, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 1818; died in St. Louis, Missouri,…

Richard Yates (January 18, 1818 – November 27, 1873) was governor of Illinois during the American Civil War and has been considered the greatest war governor during that period. When the war began Gov. Yates sent more Illinois troops to aid the Union than any other state. He also represented Illinois in the United States House of Representatives, 1851–1855 and as a U.S. Senator, 1865–1871.

Richard Yates

Richard Yates (January 18, 1818 – November 27, 1873) was governor of Illinois during the American…