Victory over the Odds


The idea of land ownership is a weird phenomenon. There was a time, not too long ago, when few people lived in Florida. The land belonged to the cows, the wild animals and the plants. Indians moved with the flow of nature, expanding their territory where they felt they should. I don’t know the history of who started buying and selling land because at some point in time, it was nobody’s land. Patrick Smith paints a wonderful picture of this in “A Land Remembered”



This large oil painting is inspired by the book “A land remembered” by Patrick D. Smith. Miccosukee Indians of South Florida


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