Greenville County Museum of Art 420 College Street Greenville South Carolina 29601
Severens, Martha R., "Greenville County Museum of Art: The Southern Collection," New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1995, pg. 34.
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Severens, Martha R., "Greenville County Museum of Art: The Southern Collection," New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1995, pg. 35.
Antiques (Nov. 1994): pg. 685.
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Portrait of Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1818) on his plantation along the Flint River in central Georgia. Hawkins is seen teaching Creek Indians how to use a plow. Behind Hawkins, a Creek Indian carries a basket of corn from the back of a wagon. On the other side, a Creek mother nurses her child. The background is dotted with farm animals and small buildings along the Flint River.