This ClipArt gallery includes 21 illustrations related to the State of Colorado.

Color illustration of a 38 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Colorado. This flag was in use from July 04, 1877 until July 3, 1890.

38 Star United States Flag, 1877

Color illustration of a 38 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Colorado.…

Black line illustration of a 38 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of Colorado. This flag was in use from July 04, 1877 until July 3, 1890.

38 Star United States Flag, 1877

Black line illustration of a 38 Star United States flag. The additional star represents the state of…

The Burros of the cattle ranches of Colorado.

Burros

The Burros of the cattle ranches of Colorado.

Cataract Creek rises on the slopes of Mount Bullengarook and drains across the lava flow towards the south to join Pyrites Creek. Upper Cataract Creek, near Big Canon, Colorado.

Cataract Creek

Cataract Creek rises on the slopes of Mount Bullengarook and drains across the lava flow towards the…

The outstanding geologic features of the park are the ancient sedimentary beds of red and white sandstones, conglomerates and limestone that were deposited horizontally, but have now been tilted vertically and faulted by the immense mountain building forces caused by the uplift of the Pikes Peak massif.

Cathedral Spires in the Garden of the Gods, Colorado

The outstanding geologic features of the park are the ancient sedimentary beds of red and white sandstones,…

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

Colorado

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

The state banner of Colorado, the silver state.

Colorado

The state banner of Colorado, the silver state.

Also known as Pinus edulis. The pine cone of a Colorado Pinyon tree.

Pine Cone of Colorado Pinyon

Also known as Pinus edulis. The pine cone of a Colorado Pinyon tree.

Seal of the state of Colorado, 1881

Colorado seal

Seal of the state of Colorado, 1881

The Seal of Colorado, 1876. The seal shows The Eye of Providence and Colorado's motto 'Nil sine numine' meaning "Nothing without God's will.

Seal of Colorado

The Seal of Colorado, 1876. The seal shows The Eye of Providence and Colorado's motto 'Nil sine numine'…

The official state seal of Colorado.

Seal of Colorado

The official state seal of Colorado.

The state seal of Colorado.

State Seal of Colorado

The state seal of Colorado.

The gold mining camp of Cripple Creek, Colorado.

Cripple Creek Mine

The gold mining camp of Cripple Creek, Colorado.

Earth pillars protected by a cap of rock and due to rain erosion, Colorado.

Earth Pillars

Earth pillars protected by a cap of rock and due to rain erosion, Colorado.

The Great Canyon of Colorado is a very colorful, steep-sided gorge, carved out by the Colorado River.

The Great Canyon of Colorado

The Great Canyon of Colorado is a very colorful, steep-sided gorge, carved out by the Colorado River.

Ideal section of La Plata Mountain, Colorado, showing the supposed original form of the laccolith of Mt. Moss.

La Plata Mountain

Ideal section of La Plata Mountain, Colorado, showing the supposed original form of the laccolith of…

Parallel vertical or columnar sections on the face of Pulpit Rock, near Colorado Springs, through identical strata, and only 20 feet apart; illustrating rapid lateral changes in the character of the strata.

Pulpit Rock Sections

Parallel vertical or columnar sections on the face of Pulpit Rock, near Colorado Springs, through identical…

Rounded rock surfaces or <em>Roches Mountonnees</em>, due to erosion by a former glacier, Colorado.

Roche Mountonnee

Rounded rock surfaces or Roches Mountonnees, due to erosion by a former glacier, Colorado.

"View on Roche-Mouttonnee Creek, Colorado." -Dana, 1883

Roche-Moutonnee Creek

"View on Roche-Mouttonnee Creek, Colorado." -Dana, 1883

First Governor of Colorado

John L. Routt

First Governor of Colorado

"The big loop on the Georgetown branch of the Union Pacific, Colorado."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Union Pacific

"The big loop on the Georgetown branch of the Union Pacific, Colorado."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895