Statistics for occurrence #1 of “St. John's River” in chapter 89, page 400 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...rom Washington, and packages have already been sent to the front.
I doubt not we shall see a most favorable effect produced by its distribution.
On Thursday the steamer Nelly Baker proceeded up St. John's River , a distance of thirty-five miles from Jacksonville, to a place called Green Cove Spring. Two companies of infantry were on board.
Medical Director Swift was in command of the force.
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