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Feb. 5, 2002

Archaeologist Richard Haiduven monitors construction near the seawall surrounding the 38-foot Miami Circle. Photograph by John Ricisak, July 17, 2007 (State Archives of Florida)
- Archaeologist Richard Haiduven monitors construction near the seawall surrounding the 38-foot Miami Circle. Photograph by John Ricisak, July 17, 2007 (State Archives of Florida)

Feb. 5, 2002

The Miami Circle, an archaeological site in Downtown Miami (at the mouth of the Miami River), becomes part of the National Register of Historic Places. The circle was discovered in early 1998 and is believed to have been carved into the limestone bedrock by Tequesta Indians 1,700 to 2,000 years ago.

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