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May 21 2014
Here at the north bank of the Miami River, beside a luxury hotel where the water meets Biscayne Bay, sits Miamiís Plymouth Rock, a recently discovered Indian village where 2,000 years ago the Tequesta people under thatched roofs feasted on shark.
Now it is the subject of a more modern form of combat, pitting development against history to determine whether a new entertainment complex will soon bury most of it forever in a city that always has been more prone to chasing the next big thing than lingering too long on the old one.
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