This ClipArt gallery includes 37 illustrations related to the State of Ohio.

Color illustration of a 20 Star United States flag. The additional stars represent the states of Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee. This flag was in use from July 04, 1818 until July 3, 1819.

20 Star United States Flag, 1818

Color illustration of a 20 Star United States flag. The additional stars represent the states of Indiana,…

Black line illustration of a 20 Star United States flag. The additional stars represent the states of Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee. This flag was in use from July 04, 1818 until July 3, 1819.

20 Star United States Flag, 1818

Black line illustration of a 20 Star United States flag. The additional stars represent the states of…

"Bellaire, O.- Steamboats conveying troops and munitions of war for the Federal forces on the Great Kanawha. Bellaire is a town situated on the Ohio River, three miles below Wheeling, Va. It is the eastern terminus of the Central Ohio Railroad, and the point for crossing the river connecting the Baltimore and Ohio with the above-named railroad. The place contained a population of fifteen hundred or two thousand inhabitants in 1861. Its importance was owing to its eligible position for the rapid concentration of troops. The sketch represents a fleet of boats lying in the river awaiting the quoata of troops and munitions for the prosecution of the war on the Great Kanawha. At this date, 1896, two weekly newspapers are published here. It has two banks, two churches, also manufactures of window-glass and flintware, nails, pig iron, galvanized ware and agricultural machines. The city is lighted with gas, and has waterworks and a street railway. Coal, limestone and fire-clay abound here. Population, about ten thousand." —Leslie, 1896

Bellaire

"Bellaire, O.- Steamboats conveying troops and munitions of war for the Federal forces on the Great…

In 1797, Harman Blennerhassett and his wife moved to Marietta, Ohio, where they purchased 174 acres of land on an island in the Ohio River.

Blennerhassett's Island Residence

In 1797, Harman Blennerhassett and his wife moved to Marietta, Ohio, where they purchased 174 acres…

"Camp Dennison, sixteen miles above Cincinnati, on the banks of the Miami River, General Cox commanding- the Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus Railroad passed directly through the camp grounds. This camp, which was organized for a camp of instruction and drill, was situated about sixteen miles above Cincinnati, on a field of seventy-five acres, on the banks of the Miami River, surrounded by high bluffs. The Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus Railroad passed directly through the grounds, and this road was guarded for miles by sentries in order to watch bridges, telegraph wires and culverts, as spies were infesting the whole country. There were 18,000 men in camp, including the splendid Kentucky Regiment of Guthrie Grays, and quarters were erected for 20,000 men, who were soon on the ground. The tents were rough-board shanties, but were comfortable, and the officers had marquees erected in the rear of the regimental quarters. This brigade was under the command of General Cox, a West Point officer, and under the immediate supvervision of General George B. McClellan. It was in a beautiful location, and the troops were kept under a very strict surveillance, there being but few spectators allowed to visit the ground." — Frank Leslie, 1896

Camp Dennison

"Camp Dennison, sixteen miles above Cincinnati, on the banks of the Miami River, General Cox commanding-…

Campus Martius in Marietta, Ohio.

Campus Martius

Campus Martius in Marietta, Ohio.

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791, as reconstructed in <em>The American Pioneer</em> in 1841

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791

Campus Martius, Marietta, Ohio, 1791, as reconstructed in The American Pioneer in 1841

Chillicothe served as the capital of Ohio from the beginning of statehood in 1803 until 1810 when Zanesville became the capital for two years.

Seat of Government at Chillicothe

Chillicothe served as the capital of Ohio from the beginning of statehood in 1803 until 1810 when Zanesville…

Cincinnati, Ohio in 1787.

Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio in 1787.

The Liberal Republican Party at the Cincinnati Convention, in a Pickwickian Sense.

Cincinnati Convention

The Liberal Republican Party at the Cincinnati Convention, in a Pickwickian Sense.

A view of Cincinnati, Ohio in 1812.

Cincinnati in 1812

A view of Cincinnati, Ohio in 1812.

Commodore Perry at the Battle of Lake Erie

Commodore Perry at the Battle of Lake Erie

Commodore Perry at the Battle of Lake Erie

In the 1810s, William Henry Harrison used Fort Defiance as one base for his attacks against Native Americans during what is sometimes called Tecumseh's War.

Site of Fort Defiance, in 1860

In the 1810s, William Henry Harrison used Fort Defiance as one base for his attacks against Native Americans…

The Treaty of Fort Harmar was an agreement between the United States government and several Native American tribes with claims to the Ohio Country. it was signed at Fort Harmar, near present-day Marietta, Ohio, on January 9, 1789.

Fort Harmar

The Treaty of Fort Harmar was an agreement between the United States government and several Native American…

Fort Washington was a fort in the early history of Cincinnati, Ohio and was used by General Josiah Harmar.

Fort Washington, On the Site of Cincinnati

Fort Washington was a fort in the early history of Cincinnati, Ohio and was used by General Josiah Harmar.

The tomb of 20th United States President James A. Garfield in Cleveland, Ohio.

Garfield's Tomb

The tomb of 20th United States President James A. Garfield in Cleveland, Ohio.

Graded Way in Ohio, constructed by mound-builders.

Graded Way

Graded Way in Ohio, constructed by mound-builders.

The house in which General Grant was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio, east of Cincinnati on the Ohio River.

General Ulysses Grant's Birthplace

The house in which General Grant was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio, east of Cincinnati on the Ohio River.

The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.

Birthplace of General Ulysses S. Grant

The birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant in Point Pleasant, Ohio.

The grave site of William Henry Harrison in Northbend, Ohio.

Harrison's grave

The grave site of William Henry Harrison in Northbend, Ohio.

The Hopeton Works, in Ohio, built by mound-builders.

Hopeton Works

The Hopeton Works, in Ohio, built by mound-builders.

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…

Harmar's Defeat was a battle of the Northwest Indian War. The Maumee Ford is the place of Harmar's Defeat.

The Maumee Ford, place of Harmar's Defeat

Harmar's Defeat was a battle of the Northwest Indian War. The Maumee Ford is the place of Harmar's Defeat.

The tomb of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

Tomb of President McKinley

The tomb of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

The birthplace of President William McKinley in Niles, Ohio.

Birthplace of William McKinley

The birthplace of President William McKinley in Niles, Ohio.

The home of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

Home of William McKinley

The home of President William McKinley in Canton, Ohio.

A mound made by Native Americans in Marietta, Ohio.

Mound

A mound made by Native Americans in Marietta, Ohio.

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history. They left traces of agriculture and skill in arts.

Great Earthwork near Newark, Ohio

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history.…

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

Ohio

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

The United States seal of Ohio.

Ohio

The United States seal of Ohio.

The state banner of Ohio, the buckeye state.

Ohio

The state banner of Ohio, the buckeye state.

Seal of the state of Ohio, 1904

Ohio seal

Seal of the state of Ohio, 1904

The Ohio Statehouse, located in Columbus, Ohio, is the seat of government for the state of Ohio.

The Ohio State Capitol

The Ohio Statehouse, located in Columbus, Ohio, is the seat of government for the state of Ohio.

The Great Seal of the State of Ohio. The seal features a sunrise behind a wheat field and mountains. The wheat bundle symbolizes agriculture and the seventeen arrows represents Ohio's admittance as the seventeenth state.

Seal of Ohio

The Great Seal of the State of Ohio. The seal features a sunrise behind a wheat field and mountains.…

The official U.S. state seal of Ohio.

Seal of Ohio

The official U.S. state seal of Ohio.

John Cleves Symmes (July 21st, 1742&ndash;February 26, 1814) was a delegate to the Continental Congress from New Jersey, and later a pioneer in the Northwest Territory.

Symmes's Monument

John Cleves Symmes (July 21st, 1742–February 26, 1814) was a delegate to the Continental Congress…

Turkey Foot Rock was the location where Me-sa-sa, an Ottawa Indian chief, died during the Battle of Fallen Timbers.

Turkey Foot Rock

Turkey Foot Rock was the location where Me-sa-sa, an Ottawa Indian chief, died during the Battle of…