! Annual 51.9 inches (132 cm) 77.5 inches (197 cm) 36.7 inches (93 cm) Aviation department US 441 5 Economy 3.7.6 Wolfsonian Library. . Other major newspapers include Miami Today headquartered in Brickell Miami New Times headquartered in Midtown Miami Sun Post South Florida Business Journal Miami Times and Biscayne Boulevard Times an additional Spanish-language newspapers Diario Las Americas also serve Miami the Miami Herald is Miami's primary newspaper with over a million readers and is headquartered in Downtown in Herald Plaza Several other student newspapers from the local universities such as the oldest the University of Miami's the Miami Hurricane Florida International University's the Beacon Miami-Dade College's the Metropolis Barry University's the Buccaneer amongst others Many neighborhoods and neighboring areas also have their own local newspapers such as the Aventura News Coral Gables Tribune Biscayne Bay Tribune and the Palmetto Bay News. . ; .
13 References 18th to 19th centuries: Early non-Spanish settlement, The First Coconut Grove Schoolhouse is a one-story one-room rectangular structure with a wood frame and a gable roof covered with shingles in 1970 the schoolhouse was moved from its original location to its current home on the grounds of the Plymouth Congregational Church at 3429 Devon Road Coconut Grove Florida 33133 the school was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Miami Causeways The University offers more than 100 degree programs from bachelors to doctorate in a number of areas including: business social work law nursing health sciences education and liberal arts programs Consisting of six schools and two colleges Barry University has more than 7,000 students a campus of 54 buildings a branch campus in Tallahassee a law school in Orlando and 50,000 alumni Student to faculty ratio is 12:1. 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. . - Foreign language requirement, Today Florida is distinctive for its large Cuban expatriate community and high population growth as well as for its increasing environmental issues the state's economy relies mainly on tourism agriculture and transportation which developed in the late 19th century Florida is also renowned for amusement parks orange crops winter vegetables the Kennedy Space Center and as a popular destination for retirees Florida is the flattest state in the United States Lake Okeechobee is the largest freshwater lake in the U.S state of Florida, Zoo Miami Miami Sunny Isles Beach History.