Archaeologists Continue Dig In Downtown Miami, Likely Site Of Tequesta Indian Village : News Photo

Archaeologists Continue Dig In Downtown Miami, Likely Site Of Tequesta Indian Village

MIAMI, FL - MAY 10: Archaeologist Mike Grady, with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, works on excavating a site where the conservancy found evidence that at one time, more than 1,000 years ago a Tequesta Indian village stood on the site which would have been at the mouth of the Miami River on May 10, 2013 in Miami, Florida. The dig in present day's downtown is on the future site of Metropolitan Miami’s new movie theater. Most of the artifacts that are discovered will be displayed at HistoryMiami. The excavation is expected to wrap up this summer with the movie theater scheduled to open toward the end of 2014/early 2015. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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MIAMI, FL - MAY 10: Archaeologist Mike Grady, with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, works on excavating a site where the conservancy found evidence that at one time, more than 1,000 years ago a Tequesta Indian village stood on the site which would have been at the mouth of the Miami River on May 10, 2013 in Miami, Florida. The dig in present day's downtown is on the future site of Metropolitan Miami’s new movie theater. Most of the artifacts that are discovered will be displayed at HistoryMiami. The excavation is expected to wrap up this summer with the movie theater scheduled to open toward the end of 2014/early 2015. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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