Sources

Sources

The information contained in this section is taken verbatim from HISTORICALLY FAMOUS LIGHTHOUSES - CG-232. Although the format has been changed slightly for better reading and display. BJ 'n Cindy
SOURCES

  1. INSPECTION REPORTS BY ARMY, NAVY, REVENUE CUTTER OFFICERS AND SPECIAL AGENTS OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT-The National Archives, WASHINGTON, D. C.
  2. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE LIGHTHOUSE BOARD, 1852-1910.
  3. LIGHTHOUSES AND LIGHTSHIPS OF THE UNITED STATES (1917 and 1933). By George R. Putnam-Houghton-Mifflin Co. (by permission).
  4. SENTINEL OF THE COASTS (1937). By George R. Putnam-W. W. Norton Co., Inc., New York (by permission).
  5. FAMOUS NEW ENGLAND LIGHTHOUSES (1945). By Edward Rowe Snow-The Yankee Publishing Co., 72 Broad Street, Boston, Mass. (by permission).
  6. LIGHTHOUSES OF THE MAINE COAST (1935). By R. T. Sterling-Stephen Daye Press, Brattleboro, Vt. (by permission).
  7. THE LIGHTHOUSE SERVICE-ITS HISTORY, ACTIVITIES, AND ORGANIZATION (1926). By George Weiss-The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Md.
  8. CAPE FLORIDA LIGHTHOUSE. A paper presented to a joint meeting of the South Florida Historical Association and the Florida Historical Society at Miami in April 1949 by Lt. Comdr. Charles M. Brookfield, USCGR.