Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Amelia-river” in article 1 of The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1862., [Electronic resource]:

...hern and eastern sides of the island are bordered by rows of sand hills, and backed by a thick forest of pine, palmette, oak, and undergrowth. On the western side of the island, on the shore of Amelia-river , as the channel between the island and the mainland is called, stands the village of Fernandina, or New Fernandina, as it is called, to distinguish it from Old. Fernandina, a decayed Spanish settleme...
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