The Miscellaneous American History ClipArt gallery offers 72 illustrations of general American history, including landmarks and locations that are of importance to the history of the United States.
The face of an African American.
"The Age of Progress, the telephone."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895
Murder of Alfred Furnald. Caption below illustration: "On the eighth, while they were at breakfast,…
"The New York Gold Room on 'Black Friday,' September 24, 1869."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895
"Bloody Pond, near Lake George, which is said to still contain the bones of many of those who fell in…
Cowboys chasing buffaloes on the frontier
"The rendition of Anthony Burns in Boston."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895
The Burros of the cattle ranches of Colorado.
During the Battle of Lake Erie, Perry retreated to the mouth of Cascade Creek where he built the larger…
The torture of a free mason. Caption below illustration: "They next set my back against a thick board,…
French traders in America in the seventeenth century.
General Braddock and Captain Jack
This is an illustration of General Pierce landing in Mexico.
The duel was held on July 11, 1804, along the west bank of the Hudson River on a rocky ledge in Weehawken,…
Moses Adams, High Sheriff of the County of Hancock. "On the twelfth of May, eighteen hundred and fifteen,…
William Henry Harrison's council with Tecumseh, at Vincennes
Weathersford surrendering to General Jackson
"Illicit Distillers warned of the approach of Revenue Officers."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895
Andrew Jackson makes his own weapons
Andrew Jackson with his father
Thomas Jefferson' s writing desk
The sixth President of the United States of America, John Quincy Adams. His face is shown in a seal…
"A prospective scene in the city of Oaks, 4th of March, 1869. The above represents the fate in store…
The bay where Capt. Perry put his fleet in during the Battle of Lake Erie. Smoke of the battle can be…
"Fascimile of handling of the 'Liberator.'"—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895
A Liberty Loan poster.
A Liberty Loan poster for the World War.
Lincolns assassination at Ford's Theatre by John Wilkes Booth.
Spot where the cabin stood in which Lincoln was born.
"The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. One of the bridges and lagoons, with the Palace…
The first inauguration of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, on March 4, 1897.
The interior of the Temple of Music at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York where President…
An old stone mill on the Saranac River in New York.
Samuel Morse explaining his telegraph to members of Congress.
Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington.
"Fulton's first experiment with paddle-wheels."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895
The battle report dispatch of Capt. Perry following the Battle of Lake Erie.
Happy pilgrim with a bucket of paint.
"A Pony Express."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895
"Postal Progress, 1776-1876; mail by horse."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895
An illustration of the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson.
An illustration of President Madison over the ruins of the Capital after it was set on fire.
An illustration of the sixth Massachusetts regiment in Baltimore.
A sketch of Richmond, Virginia from 1861 during the Civil War.
Theodore Roosevelt organized and helped command the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment – the…
A dam on the Salt River, located northeast of Phoenix, Arizona.
An American saber and sheath.
A War Savings Stamps poster from World War I.
An illustration of African American slaves sitting outside modest cabins.
The Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C.
"Dugout of a Southwestern Pioneer."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895
"United States troops landing at Baiquiri, Cuba." -Gordy, 1916
Shipping docks at Pasig River, Manila in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War.
A copy of the original manuscript of the first stanza of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
States admitted during James Monroe's presidency, "the era of good feeling": 1817-Mississippi, 1818-…
The first non-Native American community in the California Central Valley.
"Sutter's Mill, California, where gold was first discovered."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895
Sword and constitution
President Lincoln and his son Tad.
The Texas Ranger Division, commonly called the Texas Rangers, is a law enforcement agency with statewide…