The 1607-1762 Colonial America ClipArt gallery offers 182 images of America during colonial time, when Britain still controlled the American Colonies.
African slaves jumping the slave ship in order to obtain freedom.
Acadia was a French and then English colony in North America. The image shows the English taking away…
Washington and the ice of the Alleghany
Men guarding Nathaniel Bacon's home during the Virginia Rebellion
Bacon Before the Virginia Council
On December 4, 1619, a group of 38 English settlers arrived at Berkeley Hundred, about eight thousand…
"Residence of the Royal Governor of North Carolina."—Stephenson, 1913
The monument at Bloody Brook.
Adrian Block and his companions on Manhattan Island buidling a vessel.
Elder Brewster's Chair. William Brewster was one a pilgrim who rode the Mayflower in 1620.
Elder Brewster's chest and dinner-pot. William Brewster was one a pilgrim who rode the Mayflower in…
Harbor of Provincetown, Cape Cod, where the Pilgrims landed.
A chair belonging to Governor Carver.
The Catholics of Maryland.
A chair, one of the Pilgrim relics
The Charter Oak, where the Connecticut Charter was temporarily hidden.
The Charter Oak at Hartford, Connecticut
Fight between Clayborne and the St. Mary's ship.
A colonial gate in Charleston, South Carolina.
The discussion over the Connecticut Charter.
A cradle, one of the Pilgrim relics
A Dutch colonial family in scene in the colony of New Amsterdam.
Dutch settlers in New Netherlands.
A Dutch West India Company's trading post in the Colony of New York.
A family of Dutchmen residing in colonial America.
During this early period Virginia's population grew with the introduction of settlers and servants into…
John Elliot preaching to a group of Native Americans.
Totem or tribe mark of the Five Nations.
The surrender of Fort Amsterdam by Governor Stuyvesant.
View of Fort Duquesne in the distance
Fort Schlosser was a fortification built in Western New York in the USA around 1760 by British Colonial…
Benjamin Franklin and the Governor.
Benjamin Franklin begins his education
Benjamin Franklin's entry into Philadelphia
French soldiers and officers in the French and Indian War.
French traders in America in the seventeenth century.
An illustration showing an insignia for the French-English War.
Frenchmen on snowshoes in Schenectady, a northern village of the New York colony.
Man firing rifle to rescue a young General Putnam from a tree.
A battle between English and French forces in Quebec.
An illustration of George Washington's grave.
Henry Hudon's vessel the Halve Maen or Half Moon in the Hudson River when it was first discovered.
A spacious public hall in boston, Massachusetts, erected in 1742 by Peter Faneuil and presented by him…
Harvard College in the 18th century.
An illustration showing the Battle of Abraham Heights.
An illustration showing Henry Hudson's ship exploring the river which now bears his name.
A view of Jamestown, one of the first American colonies.
The burning of Jamestown
John Smith trading with the local Native Americans.
"A device printed in Franklin's newspaper, the Pennsylvania Gazette, shows a wriggling rattlesnake cut…
The reception of Joliet and Marquette by the Illinois.
Native Americans negotiating with the English in Kensington Palace.
An example of a typical kitchen in colonial New England.
The murder of La Salle by his followers.
Lafayette offering his services to Franklin.
The landing of the Dutch settlers on Manhattan, now the city of New York.
Loading tobacco in Virginia
Chaimerlain and Paugus at Lovewell's Fight
Major Waldron's granddaughter
French explorers on the Wisconsin.