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Light Hearted ep 135 – Josh Liller, “The Florida Lighthouse Trail”

Josh Liller

Josh Liller has been the Historian and Collections Manager for the Loxahatchee River Historical Society and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum in Florida since 2014.

Jupiter Inlet Light Station has a museum on the site that features 5000 years of local history.

Josh also serves as historian for the Florida Lighthouse Association, and he gives presentations related to local history throughout the year.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Florida (courtesy of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum)

He’s the co-author of the revised edition of the book Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee, and he was the editor of the second edition of the book The Florida Lighthouse Trail.

Josh is also a regular contributor to the U.S. Lighthouse Society’s journal, The Keeper’s Log, and his column Bright Ideas appears on this news blog.

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  1. Unfortunately, the National Park Service recommended rejection of ownership by the Florida Keys Reef Lights Foundation of Alligator Reef, American Shoal, Carysfort Reef and Sombrero Key lighthouses. Alligator was recommended to a local swim club.
    Carysfort Reef, Sombrero Key and American Shoal will be auctioned off in early 2022 according to the GSA, one at at time.

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