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A few lines on Magnus Mode, Richard Hodges & J. Newington Clark. Who are sentenc’d to stand one hour in the pillory at Charlestown; to have one of their ears cut off, and to be whipped 20 stripes at the public whipping-post, for making and passi

Land-Office Treasury Warrant no. 2375 for George Rogers Clark

Letter from Abraham Bowman to Jonathan Clark

Appraisal of articles used on Clark's expedition against the Wabash Indians

[Map of Missouri River and vicinity from Saint Charles, Missouri, to Mandan villages of North Dakota : used by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in their 1804 expedition up Missouri River].

[Lewis and Clark map, with annotations in brown ink by Meriwether Lewis, tracing showing the Mississippi, the Missouri for a short distance above Kansas, Lakes Michigan, Superior, and Winnipeg, and the country onwards to the Pacific].

Message from the President of the United States communicating discoveries made by ...Captains Lewis & Clark...Feb. 19, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Daniel Clark, Jr., December 21, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Daniel Clark, Jr., January 14, 1807

[William Clark, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile]

[The chase after a hog] / Williamson & Howitt ; J. Clark etched.

[The hog at bay] / Williamson & Howitt ; J. Clark etched.

[The dead hog] / Williamson & Howitt ; J. Clark etched.

Thomas Jefferson to George Rogers Clark, December 19, 1807

A map of the discoveries of Capt. Lewis & Clark from the Rockey Mountain and the River Lewis to the Cap of Disappointement or the Coloumbia River at the north Pacific Ocean /

[Hog-hunters meeting by surprise a tigress and her cubs] / Williamson & Howitt del. ; J. Clark, etched.

[Beating sugar-canes for a hog] / Williamson & Howitt ; J. Clark etched.

A meeting of Methodists, in Western Oneida County. At a respectable meeting of the Methodist brethren, at the house of Deacon Andrew Clark, in the town of Western, in the county of Oneida, convened on the 11th April, 1810, for the purpose of tak

Captain Lewis & Clark holding a council with the Indians

Captain Clark and his men shooting bears

Caffres hunting a lion / Howitt del. ; Clark & Dubourg sculpt.

A map of Lewis and Clark's track, across the western portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

A map of Lewis and Clark's track across the western portion of North America, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

Thomas E. Hardee to John Clark, November 11, 1819

[Composite of two illustrations: 1. Rev. L. Armstrong, Dr. B.J. Clark, Gardiner Stow, and James Mott around table with Holy Bible, Temperance Constitution, and Blackstone's Commentary; 2. The Mawney House, in which was organized the first temperance society]

Clark Harden et al, May 21, 1821

Distant view of the Rocky Mountains / S. Seymour, delt. ; I. Clark, sculpt.

Pawnee Council / S. Seymour, delt. ; I. Clark, sculpt.

Andrew Jackson to Gasaway Clark, October 2, 1835

Aaron Clark

Fort Clark am Missouri (Februar 1834) : sur la Missouri (février 1834) = on the Missouri (February 1834)

[Clark sisters, five women, three-quarter length portraits, all facing front]

[Joannette Clark Benjamin, three-quarter length portrait of a woman, facing front, seated]

[Mr. Zina Hitchcock Benjamin family, posed left to right: Cornelia, Zina Hitchcock, Frances Antoinette, Samuel Clark, and Joanette Clark]

Hon. Daniel Clark of N.H.

Rev. Clark

Rev. Clark

Myra Clark Gaines

Hon. Daniel Clark of N.H.

Map of the state of New-York showing its water and rail road lines. Jan 1855, by direction of John T. Clark State Engineer & Surveyor.

Rev. Clark

Rev. S.A. Clark of N.Y.

Rev. S.A. Clark of N.Y.

Hon. Daniel Clark of N.H.

Myra Clark Gaines

Rev. S.A. Clark of N.Y.

Map of the rail-roads of the state of New York prepared under the direction of the Rail Road Commissioners, John S. Clark, William J. McAlpine, James B. Swain.

Clark's map of Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Clark's map of Litchfield County, Connecticut.

[Ezra Clark, jr., Representative from Connecticut, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Clark B. Cochrane, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John B. Clark, Representative from Missouri, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Horace F. Clark, Representative from New York, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Daniel Clark, Senator from New Hampshire, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Mr. L.W. Clark

Gaines, Myra Clark

Capt. E. Clark, 7th NYSM

Gen. W.T. Clark

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

Hon. Jas. Clark McGrew of W. Va.

Walter E. Nichols to Clark M. Smith, Friday, June 01, 1860 (Wants information on Lincoln's life)

Hon James Clark McGrew of W. Va.

Clark, Bishop

Gen. W.T. Clark

Gen. W.T. Clark

Capt. E. Clark, 7th NYSM

Gen. W.T. Clark

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W.Va.

Capt. E. Clark, 7th NYSM

Hon. W.T. Clark of Texas

John Clark, Lt. Col. U.S.M.R.R. / F. Gutekunst, photographer, 704 & 706 Arch St., Philada[delphia].

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

Hon. Samuel Clark Pomeroy of Kansas

Clark, Hon. A.W. of N.Y.

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W.Va.

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W. Va.

Gen. W.T. Clark

McClellan and staff. L to R: Capt. Clark, Gen. McClellan, Capt. Van Vliet, Maj. Barry

[Statue of George Washington by Clark Mills]

[Assistant Adjunct General Temple Clark, Union officer, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Dr. John M. Gray, surgeon for the 39th Indiana Regiment, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Cox & Clark, Metropolitan Photograph Gallery, Indianapolis.

Circular. Great improvement in marking linen. Indelible pencil with or without cloth holder! Clark's patent, 1859; Improved 1861 ... Boston. B. L. Mitchell, Printer, 24 Congress Street [1861].

Topographical map of the counties of Bourbon, Fayette, Clark, Jessamine, and Woodford, Kentucky from actual surveys /

I take the liberty of showing you the manner in which the new tariff bill, at present before Congress, called the Morrill bill, will effect spool cotton ... George A. Clark. New York, Jan'y 31st, 1861.

Captain Clark B. Lagow

George S. Boutwell to Daniel Morris, Friday, December 05, 1862 (Charges against Myron Clark)

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Clark's house used a hospital for the reserve

John Raines to Ezekiel Clark, Tuesday, May 12, 1863 (Pardon for Martin Davis)

New national hymn. Composed by an American widow, A. B. Clark. Tune--America. J. H. Johnson, Printer, ... Philad'a. April, 1864

Daniel Clark to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 09, 1864 (Telegram reporting New Hampshire election results)

Ephraim R. Eckley to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 29, 1864 (Case of S. R. Clark)

The last words of John Brown ... B. B. French Washington City. Nov. 24, 1863. Cincinnati. Caleb Clark, printer, [1864].

Clark, Hon. Alvah A. of N.J.

Clark, Hon., Amos Jr. of N.J.

E. D. Townsend, Bvt. Maj. Gen. / S. M. Fassett's New Gallery, 114 & 116 South Clark St., Chicago.

Henry C. Clark to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 06, 1865 (Requests pass)

Clark, Paymaster, (U.S. Navy)

The martyr of liberty: in memory of President Lincoln poetry and music by James G. Clark, author of Voice of the army, Let me die with my face to the foe, Moonlight and starlight, Beautiful Annie, &c.

Clark, Hon. Rush of Iowa (Aided in the organization of volunteer regiments from Iowa during the Civil War)

Clark Hon. J.B. Sr. of MO [Ky--scratched out]

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