Painted in the summer of 2009, this 16' x 36' mural depicts the French settlement on St. Croix Island (Dochet's Island) in 1604. French explorers are seen in the foreground, sharing gifts from Europe and receiving knowledge of the land from the Passamaquoddy people. The image in the top left shows St. Croix Island and how it is positioned in the St. Croix River. The image in the top right shows the settlement on the island taken from a map drawn by Samuel de Champlain. The Kiwanis Club of St. Andrews funded the mural.
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