When Florida Was A Wild Frontier: Pirates, Smugglers, and Slavers in Amelia Island's Chaos Period


Behind the pleasant Victorian facade for which it is known, Fernandina Beach conceals a shadowy past. Smugglers, slavers, pirates, prostitutes, and audacious entrepreneurs hoping to get rich off illicit activities were the denizens of Fernandina Beach during its wild frontier days. Plumb the depths of this golden isle’s dark history with a cast of characters more colorful than anything Hollywood could create.
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