To Protect And Preserve

Five thousand years of history were discovered in Miami, Fla., when archaeologists unearthed a Native American site once occupied by the Tequesta Indians in 3,000 BC. The Miami-DadePark and Recreation Department named the newly developed 2.5-acre site ChittohatcheePark at Honey Hill. “Chittohatchee” is the translation of the Muskogee language phrase, “Cetto Hvcce,” which means “Snake Creek.” During the naming process, the Seminole Tribe of Florida–whose history includes a settlement on the site–was consulted, and tribe members approved the name. The …


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