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  • small community known as Arch Creek, named after a unique, 40ft long natural limestone bridge that has since collapsed Today in Florida History February 05, 1926 - The town of North Miami in Dade County, then known as Miami Shores, was incorporated on this date. The area was originally inhabited by Native American communities and in the mid-19th century early American settlers formed a small community known as Arch Creek, named after a unique, 40ft long natural limestone bridge that has since collapsed. In the early 20th century agriculture became...Read more
 

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