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  2. Julia Tuttle: The Mural' Honors Accomplishments of Miami's ...

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    Julia Tuttle, who is known as the “Mother of Miami," is being recognized for her contributions to South Florida through fabric art. "Julia Tuttle: The Mural" is an original work of art that is...

  3. Meet Julia Tuttle: The ‘Mother Of Miami’ và Only Woman To ...

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    A current view of Downtown Miami. Julia Tuttle’s estate used to sit here. Photo: Unsplash. The first train arrived in the area on April 22, 1896, and all thanks to Tuttle’s prowess. Later, on June 28 of that same year, a group of male residents voted to incorporate the new city of Miami but Tuttle was the main driving force behind its growth.

  4. 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.

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

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    Julia DeForest Tuttle By Jackie Levine Real estate, development, promotion (Miami) Years: 1849–1898 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. Why you should know her:

  6. Julia Tuttle - Associate - Covid-19, Laboratory ... - LinkedIn

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    Julia Tuttle Associate, Clinton Health Access Initiative United States 500+ connections. Join to connect Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. Princeton University School of Public and ...

  7. JULIA TUTTLE STATUE - 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL - Yelp

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    Julia DeForest Sturtevant Tuttle, A landowner who was key to the development of Miami, Julia Tuttle was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She married in 1871, bore two children, and visited Miami for the first time in 1875. After her husband's death in 1891, she moved there permanently.

  8. Three Dead In Chain Reaction Crash On Julia Tuttle Causeway

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    MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) - Three people are dead after a chain reaction accident on the Julia Tuttle Causeway bridge. The Florida Highway Patrol said around 4:30 a.m. a motorcyclist collided with a ...

  9. 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...

  10. 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...

  11. RJ Otero Injured in Hit-and-Run Accident on Julia Tuttle Causeway

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    According to preliminary reports, RJ Otero was on his way to work when an unknown vehicle struck his car on the Julia Tuttle Causeway. Mr. Otero was badly injured as a result of the wreck and is currently receiving treatment in the Intensive Care Unit at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Otero’s wife, Natalie Alvarez, who is coping with the tragic ...