Zebulon Pike (1779 - 1813) General, explorer. Pike's Peak in Colorado was named after. Born in Lamberton, New Jersey. Mercer County, N.J. #Lamberton #NewJersey

Zebulon Pike was an army lieutenant who was sent to explore further down south in the Louisiana Purchase. He and his corps who be captured by Mexican soldiers who were patrolling the boarder. Later they set him free. He died in

Named for explorer Zebulon Pike, this majestic mountain graces the Colorado Springs skyline. The woods used in this scene are: Purpleheart, Sycamore, Curly Maple, Fiddleback Makore, Wenge, Cherry, Jarrah, Walnut Stump. Frame is "Java" Stained Red Oak.  ​Ship to U.S. only

Named for explorer Zebulon Pike, this majestic mountain graces the Colorado Springs skyline. The woods used in this scene are: Purpleheart, Sycamore, Curly Maple, Fiddleback Makore, Wenge, Cherry, Jarrah, Walnut Stump. Frame is "Java" Stained Red Oak. ​Ship to U.S. only

CVL: Zebulon Pike: Explorerhttp://coloradovirtuallibrary.org/content/zebulon-pike

CVL: Zebulon Pike: Explorerhttp://coloradovirtuallibrary.org/content/zebulon-pike

Making History Come Alive – 7. Zebulon Pike Presentations

Making History Come Alive – Zebulon Pike Presentations

Zebulon Pike Mural - Louisiana, Missouri - Murals on Waymarking.com

Large mural depicting explorer Zebulon Pike, the namesake of two adjacent counties, Pike County, Missouri and Pike County, Illinois with the Mississippi River between them.

Zebulon Pike’s Notebook of Maps, Traverse Tables, and Meteorological Observations; Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, 1780s-1917; Record Group 94; National Archives.

Zebulon Pike’s Notebook of Maps, Traverse Tables, and Meteorological Observations; Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, Record Group National Archives.

Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike by Jared Orsi. February 2014

History Professor Jared Orsi publishes new book “Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike” about the explorer who discovered Colorado’s Pike’s Peak.

November 15 1806 Zebulon Pike Spots Pikes Peak

Lieutenant Zebulon Pike explored the San Luis Valley, about 50 miles east of present-day Lake City, during the winter of

November 15,1806 – Pike expedition: Lieutenant Zebulon Pike sees a distant mountain peak while near the Colorado foothills of the Rocky Mountains. (It is later named Pikes Peak.) | Colorado Timeline

November 15,1806 – Pike expedition: Lieutenant Zebulon Pike sees a distant mountain peak while near the Colorado foothills of the Rocky Mountains. (It is later named Pikes Peak.) | Colorado Timeline

Zebulon Pike

Biography of Zebulon Pike

Zebulon Pike Entering Santa Fe  Illustration Published in 'Collier's Weekly'  1906

Zebulon Pike Entering Santa Fe Illustration Published in 'Collier's Weekly' 1906

Zebulon Pike 2: DeAfening Twilight [CD]

Zebulon Pike 2: DeAfening Twilight [CD]

Lieutenant Zebulon Pike  | “Grand Peak” Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, November 15, 1806. Zebulon ...

Lieutenant Zebulon Pike | “Grand Peak” Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, November 15, 1806. Zebulon ...

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