• The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury

    After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    0:00 Introduction
    1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade
    6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments
    11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler
    15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle

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    In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become.

    The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time.

    After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father.

    Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami."

    Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation.

    European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly.

    Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development.

    She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive.

    Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami.

    Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49.

    Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years.

    Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity.

    #MiamiDade #Miami #MiamiBeach #JuliaTuttle #history
    The Widow Who Created Miami: Julia Tuttle - Old Money Luxury After the passing of her husband, Julia Tuttle became the "Mother of Miami" when she created the city by inheriting a large tract of land from her father - and through her foresight and unwavering resolve, Julia Tuttle laid the foundation for the modern city. ------------------------------------------- TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 1:21 Chapter 1: The Beginnings of Miami-Dade 6:06 Chapter 2: Seminole Moments 11:37 Chapter 3: Expansion With Flagler 15:00 Chapter 4: The Legacy of Julia Tuttle ------------------------------------------- In the late 19th century, Miami was a sparsely populated coastal expanse, far from the bustling metropolis it would become. The transformation of this region into a thriving city owes much to Julia Tuttle, a newly widowed visionary who defied the constraints of her time. After her husband's passing, Tuttle moved to Miami in 1891, inheriting a large tract of land from her father. Through her foresight and resolve, she laid the foundation for modern Miami, earning her the title "Mother of Miami." Before Julia Tuttle's influence, the area known as "Biscayne Bay Country" was maintained by the Tequesta Indians, skilled in utilizing local resources without agriculture, relying instead on the abundant fish and native vegetation. European engagement began with Juan Ponce de León in 1513, who noted the area during his search for the Fountain of Youth. However, it was not until Julia Tuttle's era that Miami began to transform significantly. Tuttle's strategy to transform Miami involved establishing essential community amenities and lobbying for a railroad connection, pivotal for the area's development. She persuaded Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, to extend his Florida East Coast Railway to Miami, offering part of her land as an incentive. Tuttle's efforts culminated in the railroad reaching Miami in 1896, sparking rapid growth and the official incorporation of the City of Miami. Despite her crucial role in Miami's development, Tuttle faced financial hardships, eventually leading to her death from meningitis in 1898 at age 49. Although her contributions were initially overshadowed, recognition of her impact has grown over the years. Today, Tuttle's legacy is celebrated through various memorials in Miami, including the Julia Tuttle Causeway and a sculpture in Bayfront Park, ensuring her vision and determination are remembered as foundational to Miami's vibrant identity. #MiamiDade #Miami #MiamiBeach #JuliaTuttle #history
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  • Miami Beach Fire hires its first female chief

    History was made in Miami Beach on Wednesday after the hire of their newest fire chief. CBS News Miami's Marybel Rodriguez spoke to the new leader about the significance of her new role and what it took to get there.

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    Miami Beach Fire hires its first female chief History was made in Miami Beach on Wednesday after the hire of their newest fire chief. CBS News Miami's Marybel Rodriguez spoke to the new leader about the significance of her new role and what it took to get there. #MiamiBeach #Fire #MarybelRodriguez #CBSMiami
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  • Creating the BUGATTI TOURBILLON

    A car honed through incomparable history but designed for the future.

    Powered by an all-new naturally aspirated V16 engine and electric powertrain, producing 1,800 hp, with 1,000 from the combustion engine itself and 800 hp from the electric motors – two electric motors in the front e-Axle and one electric motor mounted at the rear axle – the TOURBILLON reflects the brand's pursuit of engineering excellence and an incomparable understanding of aero-and thermo-dynamic requirements for a car that can reach a top speed of 445 km/h.

    Inspired by beauty, performance and luxury and guided by Ettore Bugatti's vision and Jean Bugatti's design genius, the TOURBILLON is unmistakably BUGATTI, once again redefining the world of automotive performance.

    #BUGATTI #BUGATTITourbillon #PourLÉternité
    Creating the BUGATTI TOURBILLON A car honed through incomparable history but designed for the future. Powered by an all-new naturally aspirated V16 engine and electric powertrain, producing 1,800 hp, with 1,000 from the combustion engine itself and 800 hp from the electric motors – two electric motors in the front e-Axle and one electric motor mounted at the rear axle – the TOURBILLON reflects the brand's pursuit of engineering excellence and an incomparable understanding of aero-and thermo-dynamic requirements for a car that can reach a top speed of 445 km/h. Inspired by beauty, performance and luxury and guided by Ettore Bugatti's vision and Jean Bugatti's design genius, the TOURBILLON is unmistakably BUGATTI, once again redefining the world of automotive performance. #BUGATTI #BUGATTITourbillon #PourLÉternité
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  • In Greater Miami & Miami Beach, diversity is celebrated. That’s true all year long, and each May, Miami joins the rest of the nation to celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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    In Greater Miami & Miami Beach, diversity is celebrated. That’s true all year long, and each May, Miami joins the rest of the nation to celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month https://www.miamiandbeaches.com/things-to-do/history-and-heritage/asian-heritage-month
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  • Did you know? MiamiBeachPages in the beginning of our history since 2015, we posted 59,000 tweets, reaching up to 1 million impressions a month promoting Miami Beach on Twitter for visitors and residents, now we have expanded to offer our own local community site. Join our growing 5,000 followers, FREE signup https://MiamiBeachPages.com
    Did you know? MiamiBeachPages in the beginning of our history since 2015, we posted 59,000 tweets, reaching up to 1 million impressions a month promoting Miami Beach on Twitter for visitors and residents, now we have expanded to offer our own local community site. Join our growing 5,000 followers, FREE signup https://MiamiBeachPages.com
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  • Espanola Way tour 4K - City Walk HD

    Espanola Way is one of South Beach vibrant neighborhood, a charming pedestrian street bursting with history, culture, and flair. Lined with colorful Spanish-style architecture, quaint cafes, and al fresco dining spots. #EspanolaWay offers a unique and unforgettable experience in the heart of #MiamiBeach.
    Espanola Way tour 4K - City Walk HD Espanola Way is one of South Beach vibrant neighborhood, a charming pedestrian street bursting with history, culture, and flair. Lined with colorful Spanish-style architecture, quaint cafes, and al fresco dining spots. #EspanolaWay offers a unique and unforgettable experience in the heart of #MiamiBeach.
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  • #BizSpotlight - Star Island Oasis: Mosaicist’s Glass Art in Miami Beach Music Video & TV Stage - Mosaicist

    Located on the exclusive Star Island in Miami Beach, Florida, this project by #mosaicist is a perfect example of how outdoor living is impacting and upgrading lifestyles to higher levels. The project is in the company of notable neighbors such as Lenny Hochstien, supermodel Katharina Nahlik, and Gloria Estefan, all of whom have collaborated with #mosaicist. The attention to detail on this outdoor application is truly impressive, and the wonderful swimming pool has set the stage for numerous music videos and TV scenes.

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    About Mosaicist:

    Mosaicists have a 25-year history in designing and manufacturing mosaic artworks and applications for churches, city projects, commercial locations, and impressive swimming pools. We create custom designs that work in unison with the build style & architecture of the building, home, or pool.

    https://www.mosaicist.com

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    #BizSpotlight - Star Island Oasis: Mosaicist’s Glass Art in Miami Beach Music Video & TV Stage - Mosaicist Located on the exclusive Star Island in Miami Beach, Florida, this project by #mosaicist is a perfect example of how outdoor living is impacting and upgrading lifestyles to higher levels. The project is in the company of notable neighbors such as Lenny Hochstien, supermodel Katharina Nahlik, and Gloria Estefan, all of whom have collaborated with #mosaicist. The attention to detail on this outdoor application is truly impressive, and the wonderful swimming pool has set the stage for numerous music videos and TV scenes. **** About Mosaicist: Mosaicists have a 25-year history in designing and manufacturing mosaic artworks and applications for churches, city projects, commercial locations, and impressive swimming pools. We create custom designs that work in unison with the build style & architecture of the building, home, or pool. https://www.mosaicist.com #MiamiBeach
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  • Meet Patricia Chin, the Godmother of Reggae - CBS Miami

    CBS News Miami celebrates Women's History Month by shining the spotlight on a woman who helped shape the music industry. Patricia Chin, the Godmother of Reggae, helped make some of the names in #reggae music today.
    Meet Patricia Chin, the Godmother of Reggae - CBS Miami CBS News Miami celebrates Women's History Month by shining the spotlight on a woman who helped shape the music industry. Patricia Chin, the Godmother of Reggae, helped make some of the names in #reggae music today.
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  • Miami-Dade Public Library system made possible by Helen Muir

    CBS News Miami celebrates Women's History Month by introducing you to a woman who quite literally made the Miami-Dade Public #Library system what it is today. #CBSNews Miami's Hank Tester shows us the life and tale of #HelenMuir.

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    Miami-Dade Public Library system made possible by Helen Muir CBS News Miami celebrates Women's History Month by introducing you to a woman who quite literally made the Miami-Dade Public #Library system what it is today. #CBSNews Miami's Hank Tester shows us the life and tale of #HelenMuir. #Miami #MiamiDade #womanshistory
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  • The Story of Joe's Stone Crab - History of Miami Beach [Part 1]
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