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Artist Unknown. American Flag and Ocean. Photograph. The Patterson Foundation. Date unknown. http://impact.blog.thepattersonfoundation.org/category/sarasota-national-cemetery/page/4/
Artist Unknown. Amy S. Greenberg. Photograph. Penn State News. Date unknown. http://news.psu.edu/tag/amy-greenberg
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Artist Unknown. “An army train crossing the plains.” Engraving. Library of Congress. Prints and Photographs Division. Washington, D.C. Harper's Weekly. Volume #2, (1858 April 24) p. 264. April 24, 1858.
Artist Unknown. The Battle of Pea Ridge. Painting. Pea Ridge National Military Park. Date unknown. http://www.nps.gov/peri/index.htm
Artist Unknown. Chinese Labor on Trans-Continental Railroad. Photograph. Date unknown. http://www.ccnc.ca/toronto/history/info/info.html
Artist Unknown. The Emily B. Souder. History of Colliersville. Illustration. Date unknown. http://historyofcollierville.wikispaces.com/Yellow+Fever
Artist Unknown. Frederick Merk. Date unknown. Photograph. http://www.nieman.harvard.edu/reports/article/102977/Edwin-A-Lahey-NF-39.aspx
Artist Unknown. “The Ideal American Family.” Photograph. Ambrose Kane: Hard Truth in Simple Language. Photograph. Date unknown. http://www.ambrosekane.com/
Artist Unknown. Gen. Zachary Taylor at the Battle of Buena Vista. Painting. The Granger Collection, New York. Date Unknown.
Artist Unknown. Jane Cazneau and a Sampling of Her books. Illustration. Getty Images. 1850. http://www.gettyimages.ae/detail/news-photo/engraving-depicting-jane-maria-eliza-mcmanus-storms-cazneau-news-photo/114947575
Artist Unknown. “John L. O’Sullivan.” Harper's Weekly, 1874. Photograph. The New York Historical Society.
Artist Unknown. Jane Maria Eliza McManus Storms Cazneau. Illustration. Find-A Grave. Uploaded to site by Patrick L. Cazneau, relation unknown. Find A Grave Memorial# 25658603. Date Unknown. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25658603
Artist Unknown. Landmarks of Westward Expansion. Map. Date Unknown. http://wptschedule.org/series.php?SeriesID=519
Artist Unknown. Linda Hudson. Photograph.
Artist Unknown. Louisiana Purchase. Map. Date Unknown. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/floridasseminolewarsi.htm
Artist Unknown. Lumber and Log Exports. Photograph. Date Unknown. http://nwpr.org/post/2013-good-year-west-coast-log-and-lumber-exports
Artist Unknown. Mexican Cession. Map. Ancestry.com. Date unknown. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hummingbird/California/mexican_war.htm
Artist Unknown. The Nehemiah Letts Farm in the Late 1850's. Illustration. Descendants of William Lett's. Date unknown. http://www.brockwayfamily.com/journal/Letts/letts.htm
Artist Unknown. Oil Derrick. Photograph. Date unknown. http://www.naturalresourceslandservices.com/home.htm
Artist Unknown. Pioneer Family. Photograph. Solomon Butcher/Nebraska State Historical Society RG2608.PH1675. http://www.grit.com/farm-and-garden/homestead-act-of-1862.aspx#axzz31czAzr6J
Artist Unknown. Settlers on the Great Plains. Photograph. Date unknown. http://www.prairiefirenewspaper.com/2012/03/the-making-of-the-great-plains
Artist Unknown. Slaves in Jacksonville, FL. Photograph. Mail Online. Date unknown. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1391155/Not-just-number--Website-trace-African-slaves-shaped-America-country-origin.html
Artist Unknown. Slave sale poster, 1829. Poster. How Slavery Led to Modern Capitalism. 1829. http://communityjournal.net/how-slavery-led-to-modern-capitalism/
Artist Unknown. Spanish Missionary Father Garzes Instructing Native Americans. Date unknown. http://www.allposters.ie/-sp/Spanish-Missionary-Father-Garzes-Instructing-Native-Americans-posters_i2877131_.htm
Artist Unknown. “Two African American farmers discussing women's suffrage.” Harper’s Weekly and Leslie Illustrated Images. Illustration. Date Unknown. http://www.negroartist.com/HARPERSWEEKLYANDLESLIESILLUSTRATEDIMAGES/pages/TwoAfricanAmericanfarmersdiscussingwomenssuffrage_jpg.htm
Artist Unknown. Uncle Sam and Global Imperialism. anti-imperialism.com. http://anti-imperialism.com/2012/07/23/russia-accuses-west-of-blackmail-on-syria-us-pressures-african-proxies-on-iran/
Artist Unknown. Ten Thousand Miles From Tip to Tip. Engraving. Philadelphia Press. Date unknown. https://www.boundless.com/u-s-history/race-empire-and-culture-in-the-gilded-age-1870-1900/war-empire-and-an-emerging-american-world-power/american-imperialism/
Artist Unknown. Western Expansion: Emigrants to the Western Country. Engraving. Date unknown. http://ushistoryimages.com/western-expansion.shtm
Bierstadt, Albert. Emigrants Crossing the Plains. Painting. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City, OK. November 27, 1867.
Bingham, George Caleb. Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap. Painting. Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. Washington University in St. Louis. 1851-1852. http://www.kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/collection/explore/artwork/193
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Brady, Mathew B. [Thomas Hart Benton, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]. Photograph. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Between 1854-1858. http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2004663877/
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Department of Interior. Indian Land For Sale. Poster. Contributed by Ron Fife. 1911.
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Jewitt, William. The Promised Land-The Grayson Family. Painting. Terra Foundation for American Art. Daniel J. Terra Collection. Chicago, Illinois. 1850.
King, Sidney. John Smith Trading with Native Americans. Painting. National Park Service. Jamestown Colonial National Historical Park. Twentieth century. http://www.virtualjamestown.org/pic6a.html
Leutze, Emanuel. Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way. Painting. United States Capitol, Washington D.C. Architect of the Capitol. July 1861 to November 1862. http://www.aoc.gov/capitol-hill/other-paintings-and-murals/westward-course-empire-takes-its-way
Melrose, Andrew W. Westward the Star of Empire Takes its Way. Painting. Museum of the American West. Los Angeles, CA. 1867.
Nebel, Carl. Mexican-American War: American troops bombarding Veracruz. Painting. Encyclopedia Britannica. Date unknown. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/379134/Mexican-American-War
O’Sullivan, John L. United States Magazine and Democratic Review. Image of front cover. Volume XII, 1843. https://archive.org/details/unitedstatesmaga00lang
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Ranney, William. Boone's First View of Kentucky. Painting. Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. 1849.
Schile, Henry H. Daniel Boone protects his family. Painting. Library of Congress. Prints and Photographs Division. Washington, D.C. 1874.
Shaw, Joshua. Coming of the White Man. Painting. The Elizabeth Waldo-Dentzel Collection. Elizabeth Waldo-Dentzel Studio. Northridge, California. 1850.
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Texas State Historical Marker, SITE OF DREAM COLONY OF JANE MCMANUS. Ancestry.com. 1968. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txmatago/ hm_ma_mcmanus.htmoiii
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