The new 115-foot St Lucie (14 Mar 1912)

The new 115-foot St. Lucie [not the steamer] has an engine using gas produced from coal and will travel the inland route. (14 Mar 1912) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The St Lucie is back (20 Jul 1907)

The St. Lucie is back on freight runs for the extension. (20 Jul 1907) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 1, Section: N/A

The St Lucie wreckage is (3 Dec 1906)

The St. Lucie wreckage is raised but the chains break and she sinks again. She will be raised again. (3 Dec 1906) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 6, Section: N/A

The steamer St Lucie leaves (17 Oct 1906)

The steamer St. Lucie leaves for Key West this morning with a tow of barges. The schooner Cooper sets sail for Jacksonville and the tug Sybil arrives. (17 Oct 1906) Newspapers: Daily Miami Metropolis, The Miami Metropolis (daily), The Daily Metropolis or Miami Daily Metropolis Page: 6, Section: N/A