Buena Vista Design District Liberty City Little Haiti Little River Lummus Park Overtown Spring Garden and Wynwood Miami Dade College (public); The Child and Adolescent Psychology Club 1.3 1890s: Fast growth and formation British surveyor John Gerard de Brahm who mapped the coast of Florida in 1773 called the area "River Glades" Both Marjory Stoneman Douglas and linguist Wallace McMullen suggest that cartographers substituted "Ever" for "River".[clarification needed] the name "Everglades" first appeared on a map in 1823 although it was also spelled as "Ever Glades" as late as 1851 the Seminole call it Pahokee meaning "Grassy Water." the region was labeled "Pa-hai-okee" on a U.S military map from 1839 although it had earlier been called "Ever Glades" throughout the Second Seminole War. 2.3 Rock ? The Freedom Tower built in 1925 is a local historic landmark and a symbol of the city, Another celebrated event is the Miami International Film Festival taking place every year for 10 days around the first week of March during which independent international and American films are screened across the city Miami has over a half dozen independent film theaters. . Miami Seaplane Base, The third-costliest natural disaster to occur in the United States was Hurricane Andrew which hit Miami in the early morning of Monday August 24 1992 it struck the southern part of the county from due east south of Miami and very near Homestead Kendall and Cutler Ridge (now the Town of Cutler Bay) Damages numbered over US$25 billion in the county alone and recovery has taken years in these areas where the destruction was greatest This was the costliest natural disaster in US history until Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf region in 2005, Ives Estates Thousands of years before Europeans arrived a large portion of south east Florida including the area where Miami Florida exists today was inhabited by Tequestas the Tequesta (also Tekesta Tegesta Chequesta Vizcaynos) Native American tribe at the time of first European contact occupied an area along the southeastern Atlantic coast of Florida They had infrequent contact with Europeans and had largely migrated by the middle of the 18th century Miami is named after the Mayaimi a Native American tribe that lived around Lake Okeechobee until the 17th or 18th century.
. . SF? Areas with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants - Ph.D qualifier exams The Downtown Miami Historic District comprises 380 acres (1.5 km2) in the heart of Downtown with over 60 buildings within its jurisdiction Many of the buildings within the area are of the Moderne style and Classical Revival style with uses for government residential and commercial Periods of significance within this area are from 1900 to 1924 1925 to 1949 and 1950 to 1974 the Downtown Miami Commercial Historic District was designated a historic district in 1988 and comprises 20 buildings on the east side of Downtown with 19th and early 20th-century revival styles. 11.1 Public schools 9 Transportation Greek life The Law Library opened in 2002 and has three floors with all three holding the library's general collection the third floor has a two-story quiet reading room as well as numerous study lounges Although the Law Library is restricted to Law students other students may use the library for research purposes. ; European explorers and settlers, Coral Springs 121,096 117,549 Broward Largest cities in South Florida by population:, Most (or all) of the master's degree requirements plus: ? The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice operates the Miami-Dade Regional Juvenile Detention Center in an unincorporated area in the county, In 2011 there were about 9,000 retail gas stations in the state Floridians consumed 21 million gallons of gasoline daily in 2011 ranking it third in national use behind California and Texas Motorists have the 45th lowest rate of car insurance in the U.S 24% are uninsured. .