An officer from Virginia during the American Revolution, George Rogers Clark led the Kentucky militia against Indian raids that were being ordered by the British. In the process, he recaptured Fort Sackville in Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. His successes in the war weakened the British in the Northwest and led to American control of a large amount of land west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Pictured on this ANP Series item is an illustration of the statue of Clark that stands in the memorial that honors him at George Rogers Clark National Historical Park. With the memorial itself in the background, this item is a colorful tribute to both the man and the park that commemorates him.
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