Florida is mostly low-lying and flat as this topographic map shows Mary Brickell Village. . .
. 1940s: World War II Parkland In the 1980s Miami became one of the United States' largest transshipment point for cocaine from Colombia Bolivia and Peru the drug industry brought billions of dollars into Miami which were quickly funneled through front organizations into the local economy Luxury car dealerships five-star hotels condominium developments swanky nightclubs major commercial developments and other signs of prosperity began rising all over the city As the money arrived so did a violent crime wave that lasted through the early 1990s the popular television program Miami Vice which dealt with counter-narcotics agents in an idyllic upper-class rendition of Miami spread the city's image as one of America's most glamorous subtropical paradises. . Two or more races:2.2% [132,762], South Beach Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) is a public school district serving Miami-Dade County in the U.S state of Florida Founded in 1885 it is the largest school district in Florida and the Southeastern United States and as of 2014 the fifth largest in the United States with a student enrollment of 356,086 as of August 30 2017, 1 7656 1 Music history. Ives Estates Tropical hardwood hammock Manalapan The area was affected by the Second Seminole War where Major William S Harney led several raids against the Indians Fort Dallas was located on Fitzpatrick's plantation on the north bank of the river Most of the non-Indian population consisted of soldiers stationed at Fort Dallas the Seminole War was the most devastating Indian war in American history, causing almost a total loss of native population in the Miami area the Cape Florida lighthouse was burned by Seminoles in 1836 and was not repaired until 1846. .