Harlem
Updated: 1/17/2020
Harlem
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  • Louis Armstrong toured America and Europe. After, he decided to settle down with his family.
  • Louis Armstrong purchased a house in Queens, New York. He moved in with his fourth wife Lucille, who was a hoofer in her early days.
  • SOLD! 1943
  • Her being the only dark girl was keen to Louis. Lucille was a darb. She provided Louis with his needs and often toured with him. She also managed his career and finances.
  • The Harlem Renaissance was important because it was a turning point in African American Culture. It helped them become something in Western culture.
  • Black writers and artists represented black culture. This also helped to display their compassion and their strive for equality.
  • Jazz acted as a bridge for black and white cultures through a common appreciation of music. Speakeasies were a place to enjoy music, giggle water, and flappers.
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