The fifth and final ceiling mural located in the courtroom. Wisconsin, depicted in the rear of the Courtroom, is represented by an American Indian woman intended to symbolize Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruits and garlands. The woman floats in with a bull, representing Wisconsin’s agriculture. Two male figures with a ram and coil of wool reference the state’s sheep-raising industry. The female figure gesturing toward Lake Michigan symbolizes navigation and the lone male figure on the rocks represents interstate commerce.