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Louis Armstrong's New Orleans

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Current format, Book, 2006, All copies in use.
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The richly evocative tale of a musician, his city, and the origins of jazz.

In the early twentieth century, New Orleans was a place of colliding identities and histories, and Louis Armstrong was a gifted young man of psychological nimbleness. A dark-skinned, impoverished child, he grew up under low expectations, Jim Crow…

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