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2/19/99 -- Friday Photos & Report  from Mark Diamond

2/18/99 -- Thursday Photos from Mark Diamond

2/17/99 -- Wednesday Photos from Mark Diamond

2/16/99 -- Tuesday Photos from Mark Diamond

2/15/99 -- Monday Photos from Mark Diamond

2/15/99 -- Monday Photos from Jamie-Andrea Yanak

2/14/99 -- Latest Photos from the Circle

Eve Smith writes: "The situation down here does not look good. Have received word from various extremely reliable sources that we're in for a dramatic experience if that backhoe / frontloader gets cranked up. People are forcasting violent scenerios. I am urging everyone to fax, email and call Governor Jeb Bush. We really feel he's our best bet at this point."

2/12/99 -- Mark Diamond photos of meeting

2/10/99 -- Mark Diamond photos of meetings

Mark Diamond writes: The hall was not big enough to hold the assembled crowd of hundreds that showed up to hear Bob Carr detail his findings at the Miami Circle site. People spilled out the doors trying to catch a glimpse and hear his lecture. At the end of the lecture too many people had questions and comments for the time allotted for. Reactions were varied. One gentleman who suggested that not unlike Tienamen Square demonstrations, that a non-violent protest be staged, even if people had to chain themselves to bull dozers. Another introduced himself as an attorney for international law, and hinted that a pact existed to save sacred sites of indiginous peoples,signed by the United States and other nations, might be called upon to help intervene in the demolition or removeal of the Miami Circle.

2/9/99 -- Candle Light Vigil Photos from Mark Diamond

2/9/99 -- Michael & Holly Welsh send us these.

2/8/99 -- Photos from Mark Diamond

2/3/99 -- Photos from Mark Diamond

2/3/99 -- Jamie-Andrea Yanak provides more high-quality photos.

2/1/99 -- Photos from Mark Diamond

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