WLRN History

The First Miamians

Special | 12m 31s

Long before the first American pioneers established homesteads on the Miami River, its banks were occupied by the Tequesta indians. Today, archeologists have discovered the remnants of a Tequesta fishing village on a development site in downtown Miami, and what they are finding is completing a vivid picture of what life was like for this prehistoric community of first Miamians.

Aired: 10/21/15

Rating: NR

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