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FORT MYERS BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICIAL WEB SITE STATES THE FOLLOWING...

Historical Notes

But the aura of mystery surrounding Mound Key belongs to the first settlers, the Caloosa Indians.
The
Caloosa's origins remain obscure but some scholars such as Rolfe F. Schell in his book, History of Fort Myers Beach suggest that Caloosas may have traveled by rafts from Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Caloosa artifacts displayed in a Fort Walton museum would be claimed as early Mayan if displayed in Mexico, Schell wrote.


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