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Stuart was originally named Potsdam by the first German settlers is 1892. It became Stuart after Henry Flagler’s railroad connected the Florida east coast with the rest of the country and was named after Homer Hine Stuart, Jr in 1896. Early settlers were primarily pineapple growers and commercial fisherman. Today Stuart’s population is 17,285 and increases to 21,000 plus with winter visitors who enjoy the beautiful waterways and beaches and the average yearly temperature of 72 degrees. In 1925, when Martin County was formed from Palm Beach & St Lucie counties, Stuart became the county seat. When the St Lucie canal was constructed, it connected Stuart with the west coast of Florida and Stuart became the “Atlantic gateway to the gulf of Mexico”. Because of its Ocean inlet and the merging of the St Lucie and Indian rivers, Stuart attracts all types of boating and fishing. In the 1940’s, catching sailfish became so popular that Stuart was proclaimed the “Sailfish Capital of the World”. In the 1950’s northern nurserymen decided Stuart was ideal for growing cut-flowers. During the next decade, Stuart was known as “The Chrysanthemum Capital of the World”. Since then, the flower and pineapple growing industry faded and the fishing, boating and charm of Stuart still endure. The peaceful lifestyle it affords to residents and visitors is cherished by all that experience it. Stuart’s charming historic downtown with it‘s quaint locally owned shops, restaurants and outdoor dining is a true ‘gem’ of the Treasure Coast. Sunday Farmer’s market and music concerts on the St Lucie River are enjoyed by all. The Evans Crary Bridge connects Stuart to Hutchinson Island and its miles of beautiful beaches

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