in the Public Realm
Fort Myers: An Alternative History

Barbara Jo Revelle
United States General Services Administration
  • Installed, 1999
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Depicting Chief Billy Bowlegs, a section of stockade of the old fort for which the city is named, a contingent of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Colored Troops that defended the fort from Confederate attack in the southernmost battle of the Civil War, a cattle rancher leaning against one of his steers and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad locomotive that brought rail service to the fledgling town on February 20, 1904, "Fort Myers: An Alternative History" encapsulates a 46-year period of Fo...
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Federal Building courtyard
2167 First Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901
United States

The mural is located on the eastern wall of the federal courthouse and can be viewed from the courtyard which it shares with Hotel Indigo, HOWL Gallery and Starbucks.
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