Miami, April 28, 2015 - Ishmael lives in this house along with his father and the artist Burke Keogh. The house is located at 87 SW 11th St. and is mostly surrounded by high rise luxury buildings. Ishmael gestures as he explains how natives used a conch shell to signal each other as to the comings and goings of the Europeans who settled in this area and tried to enslave them. Ishmael has been digging on the site for years and he claims that the site is an ancient holy site dating back to the native tribes that inhabited this area before Europeans set foot in the Americas.
Miami, April 28, 2015 - Ishmael lives in this house along with his father and the artist Burke Keogh. The house is located at 87 SW 11th St. and is mostly surrounded by high rise luxury buildings. Ishmael gestures as he explains how natives used a conch shell to signal each other as to the comings and goings of the Europeans who settled in this area and tried to enslave them. Ishmael has been digging on the site for years and he claims that the site is an ancient holy site dating back to the native tribes that inhabited this area before Europeans set foot in the Americas. José A. Iglesias el Nuevo Herald
Miami, April 28, 2015 - Ishmael lives in this house along with his father and the artist Burke Keogh. The house is located at 87 SW 11th St. and is mostly surrounded by high rise luxury buildings. Ishmael gestures as he explains how natives used a conch shell to signal each other as to the comings and goings of the Europeans who settled in this area and tried to enslave them. Ishmael has been digging on the site for years and he claims that the site is an ancient holy site dating back to the native tribes that inhabited this area before Europeans set foot in the Americas. José A. Iglesias el Nuevo Herald

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