The following is a
timeline of the history of the city of Miami in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States.
19th century [ edit ]
History of Florida
Pre-history, until 1497
Spanish Rule, 1513–1763
British Rule, 1763–1783:
Spanish Rule, 1783–1821:
U.S. Territorial Period, 1822–1845:
Ordinance of Secession, 1861
Civil War, 1861–1865
3rd Constitution, 1865
4th Constitution, 1868
5th Constitution, 1885
Great Migration, 1910–1930
Land Boom, 1925–1929
6th Constitution, 1968
, Gore v. Harris Presidential Election, 2000
William Brickell establishes a trading post on the south side of the Miami River. 1880 - Population: county 100.
1884 - The first hotel, The Peacock Inn, is established in Coconut Grove.
1889 - Teaching begins in the
first school building in Coconut Grove. 1891 -
Julia Tuttle moves to Miami. 1895 - The first public library is established in Coconut Grove by the ladies of the Pine Needles Club.
Flagler Public Library, Miami Board of Trade, and Woman's Club founded.
20th century [ edit ]
1900s-1940s [ edit ]
1950s-1970s [ edit ]
1980s-1990s [ edit ]
Lincoln Center built. 1987
1992 - August:
Hurricane Andrew. 1993
Xavier Suarez becomes mayor again. March: Mayoral election results of 1997 judged invalid;
Carollo becomes mayor again.   1999
21st century [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations (2001), Overview of Municipal Incorporations in Florida (PDF), LCIR Report, Tallahassee
^ a b c d "US Newspaper Directory". Chronicling America. Washington DC: Library of Congress . Retrieved . October 16, 2013
^ "Florida", Rand, McNally & Co.'s Handy Guide to the Southeastern States, Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., 1899
^ Chapman, Arthur E. (1991). "Phones started ringing in Miami in 1899" (PDF). South Florida History Magazine. 18 (4). pp. 27–8 – via HistoryMiami.
^ a b c Robin F. Bachin (ed.). "Miami Timeline: WWI-1930s". Travel, Tourism, & Urban Growth in Greater Miami. University of Miami. (published circa 2006?)
^ a b c "Movie Theaters in Miami, FL". CinemaTreasures.org. Los Angeles: Cinema Treasures LLC . Retrieved . October 16, 2013
^ , March 15, 1921 Miami Daily Metropolis
^ a b c Historic Highway Bridges of Florida (PDF), Florida Department of Transportation, 2012
^ a b Jack Alicoate, ed. (1939), "Florida", Radio Annual, New York: Radio Daily, OCLC 2459636
^ "Historic Theatre Inventory". Maryland, USA: League of Historic American Theatres . Retrieved . October 16, 2013
^ a b c d e f g , US Census Bureau, 1998 Population of the 100 Largest Cities and Other Urban Places in the United States: 1790 to 1990
^ a b Vernon N. Kisling, Jr., ed. (2001). "Zoological Gardens of the United States (chronological list)". Zoo and Aquarium History. USA: CRC Press. ISBN 978-1-4200-3924-5.
^ American Association for State and Local History (2002). (15th ed.). Directory of Historical Organizations in the United States and Canada ISBN 0759100020.
^ a b c Robin F. Bachin (ed.). "Miami Timeline: WWII-1950s". Travel, Tourism, & Urban Growth in Greater Miami. University of Miami. (published circa 2006?)
^ Charles W. Rice (2010). "Submarine Chaser Training Center: Downtown Miami's International Graduate School Of Anti-Submarine Warfare During World War II" (PDF). Tequesta. Historical Association of Southern Florida. 64. ISSN 0363-3705.
^ "About Us". Miami: Urban League of Greater Miami . Retrieved . October 16, 2013
^ a b c Charles A. Alicoate, ed. (1960), "Television Stations: Florida", Radio Annual and Television Year Book, New York: Radio Daily Corp., OCLC 10512206
^ Nicolás Kanellos; Helvetia Martell (2000), "Chronological Index", Hispanic Periodicals in the United States, Origins to 1960, Houston, TX: Arte Publico Press, pp. 309–335, ISBN 1558852530
^ "Chronology of Catholic Dioceses: USA". Norway: Roman Catholic Diocese of Oslo . Retrieved . April 22, 2017
^ University of Miami Libraries, Special Collections Finding Aids & Inventories , retrieved September 17, 2016
^ Luisa Yanez (December 16, 2008). "Miami Herald database tracks those who came on Freedom Flights". Miami Herald.
^ a b Robin F. Bachin (ed.). "Miami Timeline: 1960s-1990s". Travel, Tourism, & Urban Growth in Greater Miami. University of Miami. (published circa 2006?)
^ NBC Evening News (August 8, 1968). "Racial Unrest / Miami" – via Vanderbilt University Television News Archive, "Protests".
^ , Washington, DC, 1969, Miami report: the report of the Miami Study Team on civil disturbances in Miami, Florida during the week of August 5, 1968 Submitted to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence
^ Florida Division of Recreation and Parks. "Region: Southeast". Florida State Parks. Tallahassee: Florida Department of Environmental Protection . Retrieved . April 26, 2017
^ "History". Miami: Spanish American League Against Discrimination . Retrieved . October 16, 2013 Españoles de la Liga Americana Contra la Discriminación
^ "U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Board Order Summary". Washington DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration . Retrieved . September 18, 2016
^ Susan Tiefenbrun (2012), , Edward Elgar, p. 168, Tax Free Trade Zones of the World and in the United States ISBN 9781849802437
^ "About". Miami: The Black Archives . Retrieved . October 16, 2013
^ "Garden Search: United States". London: Botanic Gardens Conservation International . Retrieved . August 30, 2015
^ "Florida". . Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 1991 – via Official Congressional Directory Internet Archive.
^ "Florida". Official Congressional Directory. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 1993 – via HathiTrust.
^ "City of Miami, Florida Official Web Site". Archived from the original on December 1996 – via Internet Archive, Wayback Machine.
^ M.F. Mikula; et al., eds. (1999), Great American Court Cases, Gale, (Subscription required ( help))
^ "Miami Charter School Hailed by Jeb Bush Ended in Ruin", New York Times, March 7, 2015
^ "This Day in Weather History". Aberdeen, South Dakota: National Weather Service . Retrieved . April 14, 2017
^ "$10 Buys One Vote", Miami Herald, January 11, 1998 – via Pulitzer Prizes, Columbia University
^ a b "Fraud Ruling Invalidates Miami Mayoral Election", New York Times, March 5, 1998
^ "Court Reinstates Carollo As Miami's Mayor", CNN, March 11, 1998
^ "Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami" . Retrieved . September 21, 2016
^ , Washington, D.C.: U.S. General Services Administration, 2007 Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. United States Courthouse, Miami, Florida
^ Florida Legislative Office of Economic and Demographic Research; U.S. Census Bureau (2011), "City of Miami", 2010 Census Detailed City Profiles
^ "Largest Urbanized Areas With Selected Cities and Metro Areas (2010)". U.S. Census Bureau. 2012.
^ "Miami Roller Derby".
^ "Florida". . Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 2011 – via Official Congressional Directory HathiTrust.
^ "First 'sanctuary city' caves to Trump demands", , January 26, 2017 USA Today
^ "Sanctuary cities debate has jurisdictions weighing whether to defend the policy", Washington Post, April 18, 2017
Bibliography [ edit ]
Published in the 20th century [ edit ]
1900s-1940s [ edit ]
Miami City Directory (Miami, Fla., 1904)
"Miami". Florida Gazetteer and Business Directory 1907-1908. R. L. Polk & Co.
"Miami of Today", Florida East Coast Homeseeker, 10, March 1908
. R.L. Polk & Co. 1919. Miami City Directory
"Points of Interest in Miami, Fla.". . Automobile Blue Book 6. 1919. map
E. V. Blackman (1921), , Washington, D.C.: V. Rainbolt, Miami and Dade County, Florida OCLC 1580474
Daniel Decatur Moore; et al., eds. (1922). "Miamia". Men of the South. New Orleans: Southern Biographical Association.
Kenneth L. Roberts (April 29, 1922), "Tropical Growth", Saturday Evening Post, p. 8+ Isador Cohen, Historical Sketches and Sidelights of Miami (Miami, Fla., 1925)
Munroe, Ralph Middleton and Gilpin, Vincent. The Commodore's Story. New York, NY: Ives Washburn, 1930. OCLC 001615563. T. H. Weigall, Boom in Paradise (New York, 1932)
John Sewell (1933). Memoirs and History of Miami. Miami.
Federal Writers’ Project (1939). . Florida: a Guide to the Southernmost State American Guide Series. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 207+.
Federal Writers’ Project (1941). "Chronology". Planning Your Vacation in Florida Miami and Dade County. American Guide Series. Northport, NY: Bacon, Percy & Daggett.
, Historical Association of Southern Florida, Tequesta ISSN 0363-3705 – via Florida International University 1941-
1950s-1970s [ edit ]
Helen Muir, Miami, U. S. A. (New York, 1953)
Ruby Leach Carson, "Miami: 1896 to 1900," Tequesta, XVI (1956)
James E. Buchanan (1978), Howard B. Furer, ed., Miami: a chronological & documentary history, 1513-1977, American Cities Chronology Series, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana Publications, ISBN 0379006162 Paul S. George, "Colored Town: Miami's Black Community, 1896-1930," Florida Historical Quarterly (April 1978)
1980s-1990s [ edit ]
Paul George, "Passage to a New Eden," Florida Historical Quarterly, 59 (1981)
Thelma Peters (1985), Miami, 1909, With Excerpts from Fannie Clemons' Diary, Miami, Fla.
T. D. Allman (1987). Miami: City of the Future. New York: Atlantic Monthly. ISBN 0871131021.
Joan Didion (1987). . Simon & Schuster. Miami ISBN 978-0-88619-175-7.
Raymond A. Mohl (Spring 1987). "Trouble in Paradise: Race and Housing in Miami during the New Deal Era". Prologue: The Journal of the National Archives. 19.
David Rieff (1987), , London: Bloomsbury, Going to Miami: exiles, tourists, and refugees in the new America ISBN 0747500649 Arva Moore Parks. Miami: The magic city. Miami: Centennial Press, 1991.
Guillermo J. Grenier; Alex Stepick III, eds. (1992). Miami Now! Immigration, Ethnicity, and Social Change. University Press of Florida. ISBN 081301154X.
Alejandro Portes; Alex Stepick (1993). City on the Edge: The Transformation of Miami. University of California Press. ISBN 0520082176.
Ramón Grosfoguel (1994). "World Cities in the Caribbean: The Rise of Miami and San Juan". Review. Fernand Braudel Center, State University of New York. 17 (3). JSTOR 40241296. ( Abstract)
George Thomas Kurian (1994), "Miami, Florida", , 1: North America, Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO – via Internet Archive World Encyclopedia of Cities (fulltext)
María Cristina García (1996). . University of California Press. Havana USA: Cuban Exiles and Cuban Americans in South Florida, 1959-1994 ISBN 978-0-520-91999-0.
Paul S. George (Summer 1996). "Miami: One Hundred Years of History". South Florida History. 24 (2).
Sheila L. Croucher (1997), Imagining Miami: ethnic politics in a postmodern world, Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, ISBN 0813917042 Marvin Dunn, Black Miami in the Twentieth Century (Gainesville, FL, 1997)
Jan Nijman (1997). "Globalization to a Latin Beat: The Miami Growth Machine". Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 551. JSTOR 1047945.
Remy Tremblay (1997), "Bibliography of the Social and Cultural Geography of Miami, Florida", Florida Geographer, 28, ISSN 0739-0041 – via Florida Atlantic University
Gregory W. Bush (1999). " "Playground of the USA": Miami and the Promotion of Spectacle". Pacific Historical Review. 68. JSTOR 3641982.
Christian Girault (1999). "Miami y las nuevas relaciones interamericanas" [Miami and the New Inter-American Relations]. Foro Internacional (in Spanish). El Colegio de México. 39 (1). JSTOR 27738931.
Guillermo J. Grenier and Max J. Castro (1999). "Triadic Politics: Ethnicity, Race, and Politics in Miami, 1959-1998". Pacific Historical Review. 68. JSTOR 3641988.
Raymond A. Mohl (1999). " 'South of the South?' Jews, Blacks, and the Civil Rights Movement in Miami, 1945-1960". Journal of American Ethnic History. 18. JSTOR 27502414.
Published in the 21st century [ edit ]
Raymond A. Mohl (2001). "Whitening Miami: Race, Housing, and Government Policy in Twentieth-Century Dade County". Florida Historical Quarterly. 79. JSTOR 30150856.
David A. Badillo (2002). "Catholicism and the Search for Nationhood in Miami's Cuban Community". U.S. Catholic Historian. 20. JSTOR 25154831.
Thomas A. Castillo (2004). "Miami's Hidden Labor History". Florida Historical Quarterly. 82. JSTOR 30149960.
Lisa N. Konczal (2005). "Miami Diasporas". In Melvin Ember; et al. Encyclopedia of Diasporas. Springer. p. 524+. ISBN 978-0-306-48321-9.
Melanie Shell-Weiss (2005). "Coming North to the South: Migration, Labor and City-Building in Twentieth-Century Miami". Florida Historical Quarterly. 84. JSTOR 30150917.
George Yúdice (2005). "Miami: Images of a Latinopolis". . NACLA Report on the Americas 39 (3).
David Goldfield, ed. (2007). "Miami, Florida". . Sage. pp. 467–470. Encyclopedia of American Urban History ISBN 978-1-4522-6553-7.
Chanelle Rose (2007). " 'Jewel' of the South?: Miami, Florida and the NAACP's Struggle for Civil Rights in America's Vacation Paradise". Florida Historical Quarterly. 86. JSTOR 30150099.
José Quiroga (2009). "Miami Remake". In Rebecca Biron. . Duke University Press. p. 145+. City/Art: The Urban Scene in Latin America ISBN 0-8223-9073-6.
Juliet F. Gainsborough (2012), "A tale of two cities: civic culture and public policy in Miami", in Laura A. Reese and Raymond A. Rosenfeld, Comparative Civic Culture: the Role of Local Culture in Urban Policy-Making, Burlington, VT: Ashgate, ISBN 9781409436546
American Cities Project (2013). "Miami". America's Big Cities in Volatile Times: City Profiles. Washington, DC: Pew Charitable Trusts.
Chanelle Nyree Rose (2015). . Louisiana State University Press. Struggle for Black Freedom in Miami: Civil Rights and America's Tourist Paradise, 1896-1968 ISBN 978-0-8071-5767-1.
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 25°47′16″N 80°13′27″W / 25.787676°N 80.224145°W