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Some residents of Coconut Grove, Florida (1887)

Some residents of Coconut Grove, Florida (1887)

Home of Ralph M. Munroe known as "The Barnacle" - Coconut Grove, Florida: The Barnacle is Miami's oldest residence. It was built in 1891 using timber collected from the beaches. (189-?)

Home of Ralph M. Munroe known as "The Barnacle" - Coconut Grove, Florida: The Barnacle is Miami's oldest residence. It was built in 1891 using timber collected from the beaches. (189-?)

Florida orange pickers in a grove, 1910

This Is What Florida Looked Like 100 Years Ago... It May Surprise You

Visitors at Peacock Inn - Coconut Grove, Florida (Christmas 1886)

Visitors at Peacock Inn - Coconut Grove, Florida (Christmas 1886)

Visitors teeing off on the lawn of the Royal Palm Hotel - Miami, Florida 1900

Visitors teeing off on the lawn of the Royal Palm Hotel - Miami, Florida 1900

Intersection of Miami Avenue and Flagler Street - Miami, Florida (188-?)

Intersection of Miami Avenue and Flagler Street - Miami, Florida (188-?)

Brickell home at the mouth of the Miami River - Miami, Florida (19--?)

Brickell home at the mouth of the Miami River - Miami, Florida (19--?)

Julia Tuttle (1849-1898) owned much of the land which was eventually to become the city of Miami. She convinced Henry Flagler to extend his railroads to the Miami River, a project that was completed in 1896. Tuttle is often referred to as the "Mother of Miami".

Julia Tuttle (1849-1898) owned much of the land which was eventually to become the city of Miami. She convinced Henry Flagler to extend his railroads to the Miami River, a project that was completed in 1896. Tuttle is often referred to as the "Mother of Miami".

People gathered outside "Camp Meeting" tent - Miami, Florida: Believed to be Miami's first "Camp Meeting", it was located at 12th Street and 1st Avenue. (1896)

People gathered outside "Camp Meeting" tent - Miami, Florida: Believed to be Miami's first "Camp Meeting", it was located at 12th Street and 1st Avenue. (1896)

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