St. Croix Island International Historic Site displays seven bronze sculptures: one of the island settlement, and six representing the French and Passamaquoddy people who encountered, and befriended, each other.
The year 2004 marked the 400th anniversary of the settlement, and was celebrated by events at this location, and at the corresponding park on the New Brunswick site across the river. Officials of France, the Passamaquoddy Tribe, Canada, and the United States attended the events in both locations.
Photographs © 2004 Old Sow Publishing
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