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Main article: Sargasso Sea Miami Main Library, Carlos Albizu University (private) Early settlement 1920 42,753 258.3% Lincoln Road. 3.1 Population As of 2016 a total of 73% of Miami's population age five and over spoke a language other than English at home Of this 73% 64.5% of the population only spoke Spanish at home while 21.1% of the population spoke English at home About 7% spoke other Indo-European languages at home while about 0.9% spoke Asian languages or Pacific Islander languages/Oceanic languages at home the remaining 0.7% of the population spoke other languages at home, About half of all Major League Baseball teams conduct spring training in the state with teams informally organized into the "Grapefruit League" Throughout MLB history other teams have held spring training in Florida. 4 Language and national origin Brickell (SW 11th Street and 1st Avenue). Notes Green Library 1975 1 Miami Miami-Dade 362,470 399,457 470,914 +17.89%, Agriculture is the second largest industry in the state Citrus fruit especially oranges are a major part of the economy and Florida produces the majority of citrus fruit grown in the United States in 2006 67% of all citrus 74% of oranges 58% of tangerines and 54% of grapefruit were grown in Florida About 95% of commercial orange production in the state is destined for processing (mostly as orange juice the official state beverage). Iberia also established a Miami hub in 1992 positioning a fleet of DC-9 aircraft at MIA to serve destinations in Central America and the Caribbean the hub took advantage of rights granted under the 1991 bilateral aviation agreement between the United States and Spain However the September 11 2001 attacks made it necessary for many aliens to obtain a visa in order to transit the United States and as a result United Airlines and Iberia closed their hubs in 2004 Miami remains the most important hub between Europe and Latin America and today more European carriers serve MIA than any other airport in the United States except John F Kennedy International Airport in New York.. . 1964 51.1% 948,540 48.8% 905,941 SR 826 (Palmetto Expressway): Golden Glades Interchange to U.S Route 1/Pinecrest The North Terminal was previously the site of Concourses A B C and D each a separate pier Concourse D was one of the airport's original 1959 concourses having opened as Concourse 5 After modifications similar to that of former Concourse C during the mid-1960s it was extended in 1984 and the original portion was completely rebuilt from 1986 to 1989 and connected to the immigration and customs hall in Concourse E allowing it to handle international arrivals the Concourse D FIS now provides immigration and customs services for international flights arriving at this terminal Along with former Concourses B and C the concourse once housed the Eastern Air Lines base of operations Another Texas Air Corporation affiliate joined the eastern side during the 1980s; Continental Airlines used gates on the west side of the concourse during the 1980s.
. See also: List of colleges and universities in Florida List of high schools in Florida and List of school districts in Florida. Haiti Haiti Theatres and performance arts From the 1930s through much of the 1960s Florida was essentially a one-party state dominated by white conservative Democrats who together with other Democrats of the "Solid South" exercised considerable control in Congress They have gained slightly less federal money from national programs than they have paid in taxes Since the 1970s conservative white voters in the state have largely shifted from the Democratic to the Republican Party Though the majority of registered voters in Florida are Democrats it continued to support Republican presidential candidates through 2004 except in 1976 and 1996 when the Democratic nominee was from "the South", The Confederacy received little help from Florida; the 15,000 men it offered were generally sent elsewhere Instead of men and manufactured goods Florida did provide salt and more importantly beef to feed the Confederate armies This was particularly important after 1864 when the Confederacy lost control of the Mississippi River thereby losing access to Texas beef the largest engagements in the state were the Battle of Olustee on February 20 1864 and the Battle of Natural Bridge on March 6 1865 Both were Confederate victories the war ended in 1865. The cuisine of Miami is a reflection of its diverse population with a heavy influence from Caribbean and Latin American cuisine by combining the two with American cuisine it has spawned a unique South Florida style of cooking known as Floribbean cuisine It is widely available throughout Miami and South Florida and can be found in restaurant chains such as Pollo Tropical, Miami Florida Business directory As of 2010 those of (non-Hispanic white) European ancestry accounted for 57.9% of Florida's population Out of the 57.9% the largest groups were 12.0% German (2,212,391) 10.7% Irish (1,979,058) 8.8% English (1,629,832) 6.6% Italian (1,215,242) 2.8% Polish (511,229) and 2.7% French (504,641) White Americans of all European backgrounds are present in all areas of the state in 1970 non-Hispanic whites were nearly 80% of Florida's population Those of English and Irish ancestry are present in large numbers in all the urban/suburban areas across the state Some native white Floridians especially those who have descended from long-time Florida families may refer to themselves as "Florida crackers"; others see the term as a derogatory one Like whites in most other states of the southern U.S. they descend mainly from English and Scots-Irish settlers as well as some other British American settlers. . . . .