2008 - 2006
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Putnam Treasures
Palatka, FL - 2007

Putnam Treasures Extension
Palatka, FL - 2007

Burning of the Mouzan Home
Wauchula, FL - 2007

Cattle Drive to Paynes Prairie
Palatka, FL - 2007

Progression Hardee County
Wauchula, FL - 2007

The Patriot and the Red Coat
Summerton, SC - 2007

Tuscany - Idlewild Baptist Church
Tampa, FL - 2007

Low Country Mural
Plantation Home Mural Private Residence, Kiawah Island, SC - 2006

The Battle of Wyboo Swamp
Manning, SC - 2006


2012 - 2009 Murals

2005 - 2003 Murals

2002 - 1991 Murals


Burning of the Mouzan Home
(Turbeville, SC.)

Scene one

Scene 2

Scene 3

Smith Building, Main Street, Turbeville, South Carolina

11 feet high by 50 feet wide, Completed 2008.

"The burning of Mouzon's Home by his "Friend" started other burnings along the Black River. William Henry Mouzon II was educated in France and spoke the language fluently. He became a surveyor and civil engineer. Henry Mouzon had a warm friendship with Banastre Tarleton from their boyhood school days in France, but the British Tarleton burned the Mouzon Plantation House, on August 7, 1780. Mouzon's daughter Ann was eleven years old and was the first to see the British and alerted the rest of the family. Mouzon was able to escape into Puddin' Swamp of the Black River which was near his home. The British burned out Patriots and Loyalists alike in a swathe 15 miles wide for 70 miles on the route from Kingstree to Cheraw, Santee River to Georgetown including the area along the Black River.

These murals are donated by the Swamp Fox Murals Trail Society, 2009, to bring alive Revolutionary War history.

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