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A Spanish mission, Santa Isabel de Utinahica, was established in the chief town of the Utinahica on the Altamaha River, near the present site of Jacksonville, Georgia, in the first half of the 17th century.
- The Search for Santa Isabel de Utinahica Retrieved June 21, 2007
- Search for Spanish mission yields artifacts, but no location Retrieved June 21, 2007
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