Tuesday June 13, 2006

A county board is considering historic status for an ancient Tequesta Indian burial ground in the far northwestern corner of Miami-Dade. Yes, of course. But let’s do something with it then, so it can in some way be appreciated by the public. Unlike Miami Circle, which sits dormant and behind a fence all these years later.

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  1. Manola BBB    Tue Jun 13, 09:31 PM #  

    Wow, thanks, had no idea. I’m so glad that there’s an effort to protect another site.

    And yes, I agree. I know it’s not as impressive as Stonehenge, but the site could be used in some way to give cultural import to the riverfront and Miami’s history.

    We shall see … and you shall keep us posted!