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  2. Women's History Month: 'Mother Of Miami' Julia Tuttle Remains ...

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    Julia Tuttle has a statue erected in her honor at Bayfront Park, located at 301 N. Biscayne Blvd. The brilliant bronze statue honors Tuttle and commemorates Miami with scenes from the city's...

  3. Julia Tuttle - Miami Girls Foundation

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    Julia Tuttle was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1848. Tuttle first saw southern Florida when she visited her father, who moved there as a homesteader, in 1875. After her husband died in 1886, Tuttle decided to move to southern Florida where she bought several hundred acres of land near the Miami River.

  4. Julia Tuttle — The Mural Needs a Home - Artburst

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    Julia Tuttle — The Mural is a labor of love by textile artist Pamela Palma and the textile artists from PLY-Miami Fiber Art Collective, a group that Palma founded in 2015. The group had been working on different projects, including the popular Yarn Bombings that were sweeping the country. But they wanted to do something bigger and more meaningful.

  5. Little Known Characters in America: Julia Tuttle - JG-TC.com

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    Julia Tuttle (January 22, 1849 – September 14, 1898) was an American businesswoman who is known as the “Mother of Miami.” Due to her urging, such wealthy individuals as Henry Flagler and James E....

  6. Julia Tuttle - Horse Racing Nation

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    Julia Tuttle is a 17 year old mare and has raced from 2008 to 2009. She was sired by Giant's Causeway out of the Ride The Rails mare Candy Cane.She was trained by A. Ferris Allen, III and has raced for Marion G. Montanari, and was bred in Florida, United States by Marion G. Montanari.

  7. EB Lanes of Julia Tuttle Causeway Closed After Multi-Vehicle ...

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    All eastbound lanes of the Julia Tuttle Causeway were closed Friday morning after a multi-vehicle crash. The crash took place near Biscayne Boulevard just before 6:30 a.m. involving as many as...

  8. She founded a city with persistence and a rail line

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    Remembered for: Tuttle waged a creative and persistent campaign to lure the railroad to the wilds of south Florida. With success, she became known as “Mother of Miami,” the only female founder of a major U.S. city. Julia DeForest Tuttle was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of Ephraim Sturtevant, a college instructor who became a ...

  9. Statue of Julia Tuttle, 'Mother of Miami' now stands near ...

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    The 10-foot-tall bronze likeness of Julia Tuttle was unveiled Wednesday at the southern end of Bayfront Park, on the 114th birthday of the city she created. Tuttle stands proudly, head held...

  10. Police: Man carjacked woman, crashed into car, jumped off ...

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    MIAMI (WSVN) - A chaotic chain of events in Miami sent a man to the hospital after he jumped off the Julia Tuttle Causeway, police said. According to City of Miami Police, the man carjacked a...

  11. Julia Tuttle Profiles | Facebook

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    View the profiles of people named Julia Tuttle. Join Facebook to connect with Julia Tuttle and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to...