A History of Indian River County: A Sense of Place
This hardbound piece of nostalgia is an excellent narrative of the history of Indian River County and the surrounding Treasure Coast starting with pre-colonial times through frontier settling all the way through the modern age. In addition to being excellent coffee-table fodder, this elegant chronicle is a superb companion to other Florida sagas such as A Land Remembered and Tales of Old Florida.
A must-have for any naturalist on the Treasure Coast, the Special Places field guide is an excellent source of information about wildlife in this area. With guides for hunting, fishing, bird watching, hiking, sailing, surfing, and many, many other outdoor activities, you'll never find yourself bored on the Treasure Coast again!
This short story is the tale about a man and his four sons and the adventures they encountered as they settled in the areas today known as the Treasure and Space coasts. As some of the Treasure Coasts earliest pioneers, the Redstone family has left their indelible mark on modern Vero Beach, Sebastian, Micco, Palm Bay, and Melbourne. Reading The Redstone Story will impart on the reader a better understanding of the history of the Redstone family, which will mean a stronger understanding of modern Treasure Coast.
This quaint little cookbook is not only choc-full of amazing pie recipes, but also gives a more in-depth discussion of, yes you guessed it, the "why" of pies. With recipes written back during the Golden Age of pie, you are assured of having that home-style pie experience that will remind you of Mom's. The Little Chef series of recipe books were produced and printed in Vero Beach.
This fascinating DVD gives the viewer a first-hand account of the discovery of the St. Johns River by the French Huguenots and the people they encountered on their journey. The film then goes on to recount the history and significance the river had in the lives and cultures of the people of the area from pre-colonial Native Americans all the way through Modern Floridians. This documentary does an amazing job chronicling the history of one of the world's few rivers that flows north and how its existence has influenced the history of Florida.