Annotated Internet Resouces by Subject
City of Fort Pierce
This page provides information on Fort Pierce's history, local events, clubs and organizations, government, schools, etc.
City of Port St. Lucie
This page provides information on Port St. Lucie's history, local events, clubs and organizations, government, schools, etc.
"A social studies resource for students and teachers that includes thousands of Florida resources in all subject areas."
"The Florida Government Information Locator Service is a virtual card catalog of government information available on the Internet. The focus of the locator is information from and about Florida State government with local and Federal government information included."
Florida Alliance of Information and Referral Services
"FLAIRS is dedicated to expanding the access that all Floridians have to high-quality human services information."
Florida Colleges and Universities
This site provides links to a number of Florida colleges and universities that have home pages on the web.
Florida Cultural Affairs Division
"Designed for ease of use, ... visitors will find a wealth of resources and information related to the arts and culture, from extensive lists of Florida's cultural organizations to the latest in arts research topics, such as economic impact, cultural tourism and arts education."
Florida Department of State, Office of Cultural & Historical Preservation
This site offers material on "Florida Archaeology," "Historic Preservation," "Florida Heritage Education," "Grants," "Florida Underwater Preserves," "Florida Facts & History," "Florida Symbols" and "Florida Folklife" as well as "DHR Statutes & Rules."
Florida Lighthouse Association
This site has a wealth of information about the state's 30 remaining historic lighthouses.
The Florida Lottery Directory offers a wide variety of material on Lotto, Fantasy5, Play4 and CA$H3 as well as the department that administers these games. Moreover, the page has archives of winning numbers since 1991.
Florida Memory is an outreach tool for the Florida Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services. The website provides access to thousands of documents, photographs, films and audio recordings from the collections of the State Library and Archives of Florida. Florida Memory houses photographs and documents related to almost every city, town or county in Florida, from Alachua to Zephyrhills.
Florida's Lost Tourist Attractions
A site with lots of nostalgia featuring, at last count, 56 classic Florida attractions now only a memory. "I'm creating this site as an homage to the diversity that was Florida tourism, and, as my research fills things in, I'll be delving into the details of those forgotten places and updating this page with a record of this largely uncharted chunk of the state's history."
Florida Seafood and Aquaculture
This page has an array of material on Florida's seafood and aquaculture industries, including "Recipes & Storage Information," a "Directory of aquaculture, seafood and marine life wholesale suppliers," "Aquaculture Information" and "Clip Art."
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Inc.
This page has links to "General Info," "Calendar of Events," "Conference Center," "HBOI Library," "Ship Schedules," "HBOI Museum," "Special Programs," "Center for Marine Ornamental Research" and "Tour Program" as well as to the Oceanographic Institute's various divisions.
The Highwaymen were a group of 15 self-taught African American painters from Fort Pierce. In the 1950s and 60s they worked their way out of poverty by painting upwards of 50,000 stylistic Florida landscapes and selling them all over the state from the backs of their cars. Their paintings (characterized as motel art) celebrated a picture postcard image of natural Florida, a dream of how Floridians wanted to see their state and how they wanted it to be seen by others.
MyFlorida.com Home Page
This page provides numerous links to Florida's arts and culture, attractions, business, communities, education, environment, events, government and politics, health, legal system, news, public safety, and science and technology. It also has an engine with which to search this site.
Seminole Tribe of Florida
"This site is dedicated to the rich history and culture of a great people. Come with us and relive tribal history, learn about tribal functions, backgrounds and the entities that comprise the modern day Seminole Tribe of Florida."
St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber's page contains links to business, community, restaurants, economics, eco-tourism, education, employment, entertainment, financial services, health, the library, law enforcement, real estate, transportation and tourism.
St. Lucie County On-line
This site contains material on St Lucie County's government departments and elected officials.
This site provides stories from News Channel 5, the Fort Pierce News, the Jupiter Courier, the Port St Lucie News, the Sebastian Sun, the Stuart News and the Vero Beach Press Journal.
The State of Florida's official travel planning website, this page has a wealth of information about Florida's tourist attractions and local festivals.