Drainage Young Women's Preparatory School all-girls Overview In the 1980s Miami started to see an increase in immigrants from other nations such as Haiti As the Haitian population grew in Miami the area known today as "Little Haiti" emerged centered on Northeast Second Avenue and 54th Street in 1985 Xavier Suarez was elected as Mayor of Miami becoming the first Cuban mayor of a major city in the 1990s the presence of Haitians was acknowledged with Haitian Creole language signs in public places and ballots during voting. . Barry College was founded as a women's college by a pair of siblings: Rev Patrick Barry Bishop of St Augustine and his sister Rev Mother Mary Gerald Barry OP then prioress of the Adrian Dominican Sisters the construction of what was then the Barry College for Women began in 1940 in what had previously been "a tract of tropical vegetation." the empty lot was soon transformed into the main campus in Miami Shores FL the original campus consisted of five buildings Mother Barry served as president from 1940-1961. Virginia Gardens Miami Florida Business directory 7.3 New World, 9 Sports Royal Palm Beach A clump of mangroves in the distance Florida Bay at Flamingo! Brickell Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard are the main north-south roads and Flagler Street is the main east-west road the neighborhood is defined by the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) as the 3.8-square-mile (9.8 km2)-area east of Interstate 95 between the Rickenbacker Causeway to the south and Julia Tuttle Causeway to the north, Panoramic view of the bay from the Port of Miami Florida's primary and secondary school systems are administered by the Florida Department of Education School districts are organized within county boundaries Each school district has an elected Board of Education that sets policy budget goals and approves expenditures Management is the responsibility of a Superintendent of schools. . .
3.1 Schools and colleges The FIU Medical Library opened in August 2009 at the same time as the opening of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine the Medical Library offers a rich array of resources services and instructional support to advance the teaching and learning discovery and healthcare programs of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine and is currently located on the third floor of Green Library building Future construction of buildings for the College of Medicine will include a new space for the Medical Library outside of Green Library based upon funding and space availability. Cape Florida Lighthouse the oldest-standing structure in Miami built in 1825, First Presbyterian Church (1898) U.S National Register of Historic Places. . Common career paths (with approximate median annual salary) - Chief executives ($167,000)*. By 1913 the Seminole in the Everglades numbered no more than 325 They made a living by hunting and trading with white settlers and raised domesticated animals the Seminole made their villages in hardwood hammocks or pinelands had diets of hominy and coontie roots fish turtles venison and small game Their villages were not large due to the limited size of the hammocks Between the end of the last Seminole War and 1930 the people lived in relative isolation from the majority culture. View of the "Moon over Miami" a phrase that has inspired pop culture items including a movie TV series and song, 2.3 Areas with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants! !