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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.
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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