The glow of tiny lights could be seen Monday night at the remnants of a prehistoric Native American village.
A multi-million dollar construction project in Downtown Miami could be coming to a screeching halt because of what archaeologists believe is evidence of an extensive Native American village buried beneath the area.
The 2,000 year old skeleton of a woman was found at a construction site in Davie last month.
Miami’s past uncovered near the river in the downtown area will soon be covered over, after some of the artifacts are removed, to make way for an entertainment complex known as Met Square.
When construction crews began digging up the parking lot of South Beach Park on Fort Lauderdale Beach, they ended up digging up a lot of South Florida history.
Long before Ft. Lauderdale Beach became known for “where the boys are” it was where prehistoric Indians and European explorers lived one hundred years ago.