Big Torch Key
It is named for the Sea Torchwood (Amyris elemifera L.), a native species of tree found on the island.
It is the site of an early settlement.
- Embassy Cruising Guide Florida, 6th edition: Waterways of Florida's East Coast, Keys, Okeechobee, and West Coast to Mobile Bay, Alabama. Ebooks2go, Incorporated. 2015. p. 691. ISBN 978-0-7436-1141-1. Retrieved September 7, 2017.
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