- Close-up view of bronze sculpture groups honoring Florida Native Americans on the grounds of the R.A. Gray Building - Tallahassee, Florida
- Photographed on July 8, 2008.
- The front group is titled "Movin' On" and was the first sculptural group installed in the Indian Heritage Tableau that honors Florida Native Americans. It shows a Miccosukee family of the 1930s walking briskly along a path. The work was funded by the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida and dedicated on March 15, 2005.
- The group in the middle is titled "Seminole Family" and was the second sculptural group depicting a Seminole family of the 1830s walking along a path. It was funded by the Seminole Tribe of Florida and dedicated on March 15, 2006.
- The group at the back is titled "American Royalty" and was the third sculptural group installed in the Indian Heritage Tableau at the R.A. Gray Building that honors Florida Native Americans. It was taken from a drawing done by sixteenth century artist Jacques Le Moyne during his travels up through what is now Florida to the Carolinas. The group of indigenous peoples of the European Contact Era (mid-16th century) shows a King, Queen and servant. The work was funded by corporate sponsor Robert Floyd and artists Bradley Cooley and Bradley Cooley Jr. It was dedicated on March 15, 2007.
- These life-size figures of cast bronze were designed and created by the artist team of Bradley Cooley and Bradley Cooley Jr. from Lamont, Florida.
Title of Work
- American Royalty (Sculpture)
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