3.4 Former concourses BayView Student Housing (BBC Campus) Fall 2016, Twenty-first century A storm over the Shark River in the Everglades 1966 Following the demise of Eastern Air Lines in 1991 the concourse was used by a variety of Latin American carriers Many of these airlines' flights would arrive at Concourse B and then be towed to Concourse C for departure By the end of the decade the construction of American's baggage sorting facility between Concourses C and D saw the closure of all gates on the west side of the concourse with Gate C1 following soon afterward From the 2000s (decade) on the concourse consisted of just four domestic-only gates each of which were capable of accommodating small-to-medium jet aircraft from the Boeing 737 up to the Airbus A300 and American was the sole tenant! 1.3 1940s to 1970s Concourse G ZBT KLM Cargo Frost Art Museum 1977 (new building: 2007). . International campuses Maryland House of Delegates. . . . .
In 2010 1.9% of the population considered themselves to be of only American ancestry (regardless of race or ethnicity.) while 0.5% were of Arab ancestry as of 2010, 5 External links Other areas and attractions, The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice operates the Miami-Dade Regional Juvenile Detention Center in an unincorporated area in the county. FIU has six libraries Green Library FIU's main library; the Glenn Hubert Library (Biscayne Bay Campus) the Wolfsonian Library the Engineering Library the Law Library and the Medical Library the Green Library Hubert Library and Engineering Library Service Center are under the direction of the Dean of University Libraries Other libraries are overseen by their appropriate schools or organizations, From 1952 to 1964 most voters were registered Democrats but the state voted for the Republican presidential candidate in every election except for 1964 the following year Congress passed and President Lyndon B Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 providing for oversight of state practices and enforcement of constitutional voting rights for African Americans and other minorities in order to prevent the discrimination and disenfranchisement that had excluded most of them for decades from the political process, 33.0% Elsewhere in the U.S. The South Terminal consists of two concourses H and J with a combined total of 28 gates. Pre-K students: 6,931 Shenandoah Middle School for Brickell children. Miami United FC Soccer National Premier Soccer League Ted Hendricks Stadium None 1980 9,746,324 43.6%. . The increasing population in towns near the Everglades hunted in the area Raccoons and otters were the most widely hunted for their skins Hunting often went unchecked; in one trip a Lake Okeechobee hunter killed 250 alligators and 172 otters Water birds were a particular target of plume hunting Bird feathers were used in women's hats in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, 1970 1,267,792 35.6% 3% As of 2010 the population of Downtown Miami was 65,696 people with a population density of 27,487 per square mile in the 2010 US Census the racial makeup of Downtown was 57.6% Hispanic of any race 30.8% White (non-Hispanic) 7.2% Black and 2.9% Asian the zip codes for Brickell include 33129 33130 and 33131 the area covers 1.084 square miles (2.81 km2); .