Evidence of a prehistoric Native American village was uncovered by scientists in the middle of a downtown Miami construction site. The finding, which is said to date back 2,000 years, could be one of the most important discoveries in the United States.
Sept. 2, 2013 A man works on the excavation site of the remains of a 2,000-year-old Tequesta village in Miami. The site, located where a residential and shopping development is planned, has yielded bones, tools and the configuration of building structures that could prove to be one of the most important prehistoric sites in the United States, according to reports. Archaeological And Historical Conservancy via European Pressphoto Agency Buy Photo