The actual piece is green ink. Not sure why it won't photograph correctly.
PEACH POINT PLANTATION. Peach Point Plantation, settled in December 1832, was the home of James Franklin Perry and his wife, Emily Austin Bryan Perry,qqv and was considered by Emily's brother, Stephen F. Austin, to be his only home in Texas. It is situated between Jones Creek and the Brazos River, ten miles south of Brazoria on State Highway 36, and was named by Austin for the wild peach trees growing there. Of all the property in his colony, Peach Point was Austin's first choice as a homesite. Soon after his sister's family arrived in Texas on August 14, 1831, Austin drew up suggested plans for the Perrys' home. James began clearing land and built a cabin near Chocolate Bayou, where they lived several months before moving to Peach Point. In the construction at Peach Point Perry followed a number of Austin's suggestions about materials and design of the residence. In accordance with his later instructions, two rooms built at the east end of the house were set aside for his use as a bedroom and office. Austin also provided numerous seeds, slips, cuttings, and plants for the grounds.
Biography from Crocker Art Museum Store