“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hobe Sound, Florida

Clickable Map of Martin County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Martin County, FL (30) Glades County, FL (3) Hendry County, FL (4) Okeechobee County, FL (7) Palm Beach County, FL (105) St. Lucie County, FL (72)  MartinCounty(30) Martin County (30)  GladesCounty(3) Glades County (3)  HendryCounty(4) Hendry County (4)  OkeechobeeCounty(7) Okeechobee County (7)  PalmBeachCounty(105) Palm Beach County (105)  St.LucieCounty(72) St. Lucie County (72)
Stuart is the county seat for Martin County
Hobe Sound is in Martin County
      Martin County (30)  
      Glades County (3)  
      Hendry County (4)  
      Okeechobee County (7)  
      Palm Beach County (105)  
      St. Lucie County (72)  
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1Florida (Martin County), Hobe Sound — Apollo School
[First plaque] 1924 Martin County Historic Register Martin County Historical Preservation Board March 9, 2015 [Second plaque] This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places . . . Map (db m193623) HM
2Florida (Martin County), Hobe Sound — F-624 — Camp Murphy Site
In 1942 the federal government opened Camp Murphy. It was the home of the Southern Signal Corps School during World War II and served as a U.S. Army base for instruction in radar operation in the early course of the war. The post was named in honor . . . Map (db m14314) HM
3Florida (Martin County), Hobe Sound — F-57 — Jonathan Dickinson Shipwreck
Three miles to the east on September 23, 1696, the British barkentine Reformation foundered off Jupiter Island. The 24 survivors included a party of Quakers bound from Jamaica to Pennsylvania. Leader of the Quakers was Jonathan Dickinson who . . . Map (db m14311) HM
4Florida (Martin County), Hobe Sound — F-615 — Trapper Nelson Interpretive Site
When he arrived from New Jersey in the early 1930s, Vincent Natulkiewicz, also known as Vince “Trapper” Nelson found the area still teeming with wildlife. For decades he lived off the land, supplementing his diet of raccoon, gopher . . . Map (db m106565) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022