What was it like growing up in South Florida? How do we learn about teenage life? Hear others tell their stories and help us tell yours
The Cold War
See how the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis affected the Miami area.
Aviation in Miami
Explore the extensive engagement Greater Miami and its residents have had with aviation since its historic first flight in 1911.
At the Crossroads: Afro-Cuban Orisha Arts
Over the past forty years, Miami, at the crossroads of the Americas, has emerged as one of the major centers of the Afro-Cuban Orisha religion and its array of traditional arts.
Audubon: the South Florida Prints
Learn about HistoryMiami's treasure--The Birds of America, by John James Audubon--and about Audubon's trips to Florida.
Why and how did people change the Everglades?
The Florida Home
During the 1950s and 1960s, architects designed houses for Florida's sub-tropical climate and casual lifestyle. Learn about these' fashionable homes during the "Mad Men" years.
From the ‘wickedest city on earth’ to a thriving commercial centre of the New World, Port Royal, Jamaica, has been the subject of much popular interest.
The Spanish Colonization of Florida
From 1513 to 1763,and 1784 to 1821, Florida belonged to Spain. Get a quick overview of those years.
A century before 3-D movies, stereographs created the illusion of three-dimensional pictures. They were a sensation.
Visions of the Caribbean
Explore a rich array of rare illustrations, maps, and prints of the Caribbean,ranging from the sixteenth century to 1920.