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Before the Key West extension of the Overseas Railroad was completed, Knights Key was the end of the line and a major seaport existed there. A U.S. Post Office was established there in 1908, and operated until June, 1912. A U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey field report written in 1935-36 states: "The key was named after the original settler and is called locally Knights Key."
The campground and "village" at Knights Key were developed by the Kyle family in the 1960s.
- Zepke, T. (2017). Terrance Talk Travel: A Pocket Guide to the Florida Keys: Including The Everglades & Key West. Terrance Talks Travel. Safari Publishing. p. pt57. ISBN 978-1-942738-25-1. Retrieved September 7, 2017.
- History of Knight's Key Dock
- http://keys.fiu.edu/gazetteer/tr311.htm Florida Keys Gazetteer
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