The earliest evidence of Native American settlement in the Miami region came from about 10,000 years ago the region was filled with pine hardwood forests and was home to plenty of deer bear and wild fowl These first inhabitants settled on the banks of the Miami River with their main villages on the northern banks These early Native Americans created a variety of weapons and tools from shells. 954 and 754 Broward County, Limestone formations in South Florida Source: U.S Geological Survey, Red tide has been an issue on the southwest coast of Florida as well as other areas While there has been a great deal of conjecture over the cause of the toxic algae bloom there is no evidence that it is being caused by pollution or that there has been an increase in the duration or frequency of red tides Red tide is now killing off wildlife or Tropical fish and coral reefs putting all in danger. As the "Cargo Gateway of the Americas" the port primarily handles containerized cargo with small amounts of breakbulk vehicles and industrial equipment It is the largest container port in the state of Florida and ninth in the United States As a world-class port PortMiami is among an elite group of ports in the world which cater to both cruise ships and containerized cargo. 1980s and 1990s Florida overall was ranked the 7th best state in America for educating students at all levels by U.S News & World Report in 2018. (13.4) 58.3 Planned water recovery and storage implementation using CERP strategies; 1 Names 1 Metropolitan divisions, Endangered marine species include the manatee seals sea lions turtles and whales Drift net fishing can kill dolphins albatrosses and other seabirds (petrels auks) hastening the fish stock decline and contributing to international disputes Municipal pollution comes from the eastern United States southern Brazil and eastern Argentina; oil pollution in the Caribbean Sea Gulf of Mexico Lake Maracaibo Mediterranean Sea and North Sea; and industrial waste and municipal sewage pollution in the Baltic Sea North Sea and Mediterranean Sea, Main article: Sports in Florida This map made by the U.S military shows the term "Everglades" was in use by 1857!
Public transit in Miami-Dade County is operated by Miami-Dade Transportation and Public Works and is the largest public transit in Florida Miami-Dade Transportation and Public Works operates a heavy rail metro system Metrorail an elevated people mover in Downtown Miami Metromover and the bus system Metrobus. In 2010 undocumented immigrants constituted an estimated 5.7% of the population This was the sixth highest percentage of any U.S state There were an estimated 675,000 illegal immigrants in the state in 2010. 2000s: a new era FIU Arena 1986 The city proper is home to less than one-thirteenth of the population of South Florida Miami is the 42nd-most populous city in the United States the Miami metropolitan area however which includes Miami-Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties had a combined population of more than 5.5 million people ranked seventh largest in the United States and is the largest metropolitan area in the southeastern United States as of 2008 the United Nations estimates that the Miami Urban Agglomeration is the 44th-largest in the world. 4.4 Sargasso Sea Kissimmee River I-95 Class of 2000 Language barriers can affect transaction costs Linguistic distance is defined as the amount of variation one language has from another for example French and Spanish are both languages derived from Latin When evaluating dialogue in these languages you will discover many similarities However languages such as English and Chinese or English and Arabic vary much more strongly and contain far fewer similarities the writing systems of these languages are also different the larger the linguistic distance there the wider language barriers to cross These differences can reflect on transaction costs and make foreign business operations more expensive. Miami Florida Business directory 1 History, 3.2.2 Concourse F Main article: Tropical hardwood hammock Map of the five major ocean gyres. 6.5.3 Everglades Agricultural Area, Following the American Civil War Florida's congressional representation was restored on June 25 1868 albeit forcefully after Radical Reconstruction and the installation of unelected government officials under the final authority of federal military commanders After the Reconstruction period ended in 1876 white Democrats regained power in the state legislature in 1885 they created a new constitution followed by statutes through 1889 that disfranchised most blacks and many poor whites, Miami is home to several well-known Roman Catholic Jewish and non-denominational private schools the Archdiocese of Miami operates the city's Catholic private schools which include St Hugh Catholic School St Agatha Catholic School St Theresa School Immaculata-Lasalle High School Monsignor Edward Pace High School Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School St Brendan High School among numerous other Catholic elementary and high schools. Gusman Center for the Performing Arts Downtown Miami The area was affected by the Second Seminole War where Major William S Harney led several raids against the Indians Fort Dallas was located on Fitzpatrick's plantation on the north bank of the river Most of the non-Indian population consisted of soldiers stationed at Fort Dallas the Seminole War was the most devastating Indian war in American history, causing almost a total loss of native population in the Miami area the Cape Florida lighthouse was burned by Seminoles in 1836 and was not repaired until 1846. After the Civil War a state agency called the Internal Improvement Fund (IIF) whose purpose was to improve Florida's roads canals and rail lines was discovered to be deeply in debt the IIF found a Pennsylvania real estate developer named Hamilton Disston interested in implementing plans to drain the land for agriculture Disston purchased 4,000,000 acres (16,000 km2) of land for $1 million in 1881 and he began constructing canals near St Cloud at first the canals seemed to work in lowering the water levels in the wetlands surrounding the rivers They were effective in lowering the groundwater but it became apparent that their capacity was insufficient for the wet season Although Disston's canals did not drain well his purchase primed the economy of Florida it made news and attracted tourists and land buyers Within four years property values doubled and the population increased significantly, Concourse H historically served as the base of operations for Piedmont's Miami focus city and US Airways Express's commuter operations Concourse H continues to serve original tenant Delta Air Lines which uses all of the gates on the west side of the pier and 1 gate on the east side to accommodate international arrivals from Havana, Economic prosperity in the 1920s stimulated tourism to Florida and related development of hotels and resort communities Combined with its sudden elevation in profile was the Florida land boom of the 1920s which brought a brief period of intense land development Devastating hurricanes in 1926 and 1928 followed by the Great Depression brought that period to a halt Florida's economy did not fully recover until the military buildup for World War II.