For all you history buffs out there, the Miami Herald, along with HistoryMiami, Arva Moore Parks, Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history of Miami entitled “Make Miami History Now”.

The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinary Miami citizens who call Miami home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:  “Miami Stories”.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain.

Find “Miami Stories” in the Miami Herald here:

http://www.miamiherald.com/miamihistory/index.html

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Herald, along with HistoryMiami, Arva Moore Parks, Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history of entitled “Make History Now”.

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The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinary citizens who call M home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:  “ Stories”.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain.

Find “ Stories” in the Herald here:

For all you history buffs out there, the Herald, along with History, Arva Moore Parks, -Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history of entitled “Make History Now”.

The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinary citizens who call home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:  Stories”.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain.

in the Herald here:

For all you history buffs out there, thHerald, along with History, Arva Moore Parks, Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history of entitled “Mak History Now”.

The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinacitizens who call home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain.

Find “ Stories” in the Herald here:

For all you history buffs out there, th Herald, along with History Arva Moore Parks,-Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history of entitled “Make History Now”.

The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinary citizens who call home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:  “Stories”.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain.

Find “Stories” in th Herald here:

For all you history buffs out there, the Herald, along with History, Arva Moore Parks,-Dade County Public Schools and the National Conference on Citizenship Chairman Michael Weiser, has started a series about the history o entitled “MakeHistory Now”.

The project leans heavily on a collection of first-person accounts of some of ordinary citizens who call home.  The paper is publishing some of the accounts under the banner:  “ Stories”.

If you’re a history buff, this is caviar for the brain Miami.

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