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James Madison

1751-1836

Fourth President, held office during the War of 1812.

Dolley Payne Todd Madison

1768-1849

Fourth First Lady, saved the portrait of George Washington from burning in the White House during the War of 1812.

Alexander Hamilton

1755-1804

Patriot and soldier, First Secretary of the Treasury

John Marshall

1778-1835

Influencial Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, 1800-1835

William Bartram

1739-1822

Naturalist, first botanical explorer of the south east. Established a garden of the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia.

Charles Wilson Peale

1741-1827

Soldier, naturalist and painter. Created one of the first art and natural history museums in American

Dr. Benjamin Rush

1746-1813

Philadelphia physician, teacher, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Charles Lesueur

1778-1846

Ichthyologist, artist and naturalist, joined the Harmonists at New Harmony, IN

Thomas Say

17871843

American naturalist, Entomologist, joined the Harmonists at New Harmony, IN.

Mary Randolph

1762-1828

Author of The Virginia House-Wife, one of the most influential housekeeping and recipe books of the nineteenth century.

Frances Wright

1795-1852

Born in Scottland, traveled to US, writer, one of the leaders of the free-thought movement. Fought for equal rights for women.

William Clark

1770-1838

Sldier, explorer, younger brother of Gen. George Rogers Clark, co-leader of the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery, Governor of the Missouri Territory.

Meriwether Lewis

1774-1809

Soldier, private secretary of Thomas Jefferson, co-leader of the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery.

Chief of the Little Osages

The Little Osages are from the Ozark highlands south of the Missouri River. The portrait is after a profile drawing done by Charles St. Memin in Washington, DC c.1804

An Osage Warrior

Sculpted from a drawing by St. Memin

Albert Gallatin

1761-1849

Swiss born, Secretary of the Treasury under Jefferson, founder of the American Ethnological Society.

David Crockett

1786-1836

19th-century frontiersman, soldier and politician. He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution, and died at the Battle of the Alamo.

Andrew Jackson

1767-1845

Seventh President, soldier, vetoed the charter of the Second Bank of the US, pushed Native Americans west of the Mississippi.

Henry Clay

1777-1852

Statesman, known as "The Great Compromiser" , Senator and Congressman from Kentucky.

Pierre Menard

1766-1844

French Canadian fur trapper and entrepreneur, built a fine home in the French Colonial style. In 1813 he became Illinois' first Lieutenant Governor.