The following issues of our newsletter, The Historical Quarterly of the St. Lucie Historical Society, Inc. are available online for viewing.

Vol. 34, No. 3 [erroneously marked 2], Summer 2016:

  • “Keeping cool in the good old days,” by Hart Cowles Stephenson
  • “John Gorrie: Florida’s cool-air man,” by Ted Burrows
  • “Legendary sites of Saint Lucie County: The Robinson House,” by Lucille Rights
  • “In memoriam: Dan R. Gardner & Harley G. Cowles”
  • “Early ice plants aided fishing industry,” by Jean Ellen Wilson

Vol. 34, No. 2, Spring 2o16:

  • “St. Lucie County Fair is our future,” by Rick Modine
  • “Fort Pierce State Farmers Market,” by Lucille Rights
  • “River Watch Overboard – Alone at Sea,” by Terry Howard
  • “The Close-In War off North Hutchinson Island (part 2 of 2),” by Charles D. Gibson
  • “Out and about at the Museum,” by Mary Schrader
  • “First Anniversary of the Bud Adams Cultural Center,” by Jean Ellen Wilson

Vol. 34, No. 1, Winter 2016:

  • “Vivid memories: Thumbing a ride home for Christmas,” by Ted Burrows
  • “The Russell house in St Lucie Village,” by Lucille Rights
  • “River Watch: A fishing legend grows up on the Ft Pierce Turning Basin,” by Terry Howard (biography of Capt. Steve Lowe)
  • “Zora Neale Hurston making headlines 125 years later,” by Adrienne Moore
  • “Out and about at the Museum,” by Mary Schrader
  • “The close-in war off North Hutchinson Island,” Charles D. Gibson (part 1 of 2)

Vol. 31, No. 1, Fall 2013:

  • “Juan Ponce de Leon”
  • “History of Florida timeline at a glance”
  • “In Memoriam Dr. Charles R. Croghan Jr.”