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Thousands of years before Europeans arrived, a large portion of south east Florida, including the area where Miami, Florida exists today, was inhabited by ...

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Much like her geographical description, Miami's history is colorful, magnetic and ... After Florida was ceded to the United States and purchased from Spain in ...

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The role of History of Miami, Florida in the history of the United States of America.

www.city-data.com/us-cities/The-South/Miami-History.html

South Florida was settled more than four thousand years ago by primitive ... The name Miami comes from the Calusa word "Mayami," meaning "Big Water.

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1866- Miami was founded after the end of the Spanish rule in Florida. (1). 1870 - William and Mary Brickell established themselves as successful Indian traders ...

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History of Miami, experience the modern and ancient historic past events, people and ... Pedro Menéndez de Avilés lands in Florida and founds the city of St ...

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The area in which the city of Miami, Florida would later be founded by Europeans was inhabited for more than a thousand years by the Tequesta Indians.

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Miami, the second-largest city in Florida and seat of Miami-Dade County, ... Miami was founded in 1870 near the site of Ft. Dallas, built in 1835 during the ...

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The South Florida land boom was at its peak, resources appeared ample, optimism flowed, and expectations were high. Supporters of the institution believed ...

www.miamidade.gov/info/about_miami-dade_history.asp

Oct 13, 2015 ... About Miami-Dade County: History. From the coral reefs to the Everglades the unique subtropical environment of South Florida makes this area ...