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    Great Columbia River - Vignette
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.29
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil, a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, October 16/18, 1805. Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea, and another corpsman are looking out over the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers. The corpsmen are wearing buckskin clothing, one with a military shirt and red sash. Sacagawea is wearing a buckskin dress and has a cradleboard on her shoulders. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    first wooden houses
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.41
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil; a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, October 24, 1805. A corpsman in a canoe, facing away from rhe viewer, paddles toward a Wishram village with 6 plank houses. Several canoes are pulled up on shore. There are rocky cliffs in the background. The corpsman is wearing buckskin clothing and a red headband. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    The Great Shoote
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.44
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil; a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, April 11-13, 1806. Three corpsmen are holding a line attached to a dugout canoe caught in the rapids. Two men lie on rocks in the river and the third stands behind them as they struggle to pull the canoe to shore. All are wearing buckskin clothing. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    Romantic Scenes
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.45
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil; a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, April 9, 1806. Two canoes of corpsmen on the Columbia River. In the background is a waterfall with rocky cliffs. There are evergreen trees on top of the rocks and deciduous trees with green and yellow leaves below. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    Early Highway of the West
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.56
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil; a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, November 6, 1805 and March 30, 1806. Six canoes on the Columbia River, 4 with corpsmen, 2 with Indians. York and another corpsman are in the closest canoe. The corpsmen are all wearing buckskin clothing. The Indian are barechested and some wear conical basketry hats. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    "we are all wet and disagreeble"
    Creation Date: 2003
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.78
    Painting on board in watercolor, ink, and pencil; a scene from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, November 8-9, 1805. Four corpsmen struggling to pull canoes on the shore, two men on each canoe. Large drift logs are floating in the waves near shore. Roger Cooke, 2003.
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    Untitled
    Creation Date: 2002
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.104
    The Columbia River above Celilo and below the mouth of the Deschutes River looking northwest to Washington. OTAK, Inc., 2002.
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    April Showers
    Creation Date: 1890
    Catalog ID: 1989.0.61
    Oil painitng by James Everett Stuart. April Showers from a point 3 miles above the upper Cascades, looking down the Columbia River. Dated 1890.
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    Richland, Washington
    Creation Date: 1946
    Catalog ID: 2003.3.70
    Call Number: EPH-B/979.751/B452r/1946
    Placemat titled Richland, WA, with illustration by Clyde Bergdahl, 1946. 1 sheet; ill., map, made of paper. Placemat showing cartoon-style bird's eye view map of Richland and Hanford areas of Benton County. Atomic diagram shows formation of plutonium. Border is scalloped around illustration; outer area has a mottled linear design. Edward Nolan collection. Ephemera