George Rogers Clark Statue
A striking and handsome portrayal of George Rogers Clark by sculptor Hermon MacNeil
Bas-Relief of George Rogers Clark
A young, confident George Rogers Clark receiving his orders from Patrick Henry to attack the British outposts on the western frontier.
The colorful etched glass laylight
The laylight was etched and painted with an intricate design of swirls in the outer rings with the Seal of the United States at the center.
Kentucky: Entering the Great Valley
George Rogers Clark on horseback leading settlers across the Allegheny Mountains.
Cahokia: Peace or War with the Indians
George Rogers Clark in Cahokia, at a council he called with local Indian tribes in an effort to negotiate peace.
Wabash: Through Wilderness and Flood
Clark and 170 of his men trek 19 days from Kaskaskia to Vincennes the last 10 days of which were spent wading through icy floodwaters.
Vincennes: British Barrier to the West
The small force of Frontiersmen make lots of noise and fire as quickly as they can in order to present the image of a larger force.
Ft Sackville: Britain yields possession
Clark's victory here completely changed the dynamics of the western frontier.
Marietta: The Northwest a new territory
Winthrop Sargent, the secretary of the Northwest Territory reads the Northwest Ordinance to settlers.
St. Louis: The way opened to the Pacific
In 1804 three flags day celebrates the history and acquisition of the Louisiana Territory.
Last updated: June 2, 2023