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Dance Halls of Spanish Louisiana, The by Sara Harris
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Follow the story of one of America's most unique immigrant communities! The Islenos of Louisiana, Spanish Canary Islanders who immigrated to Louisiana in the late 18th century, are one of the most unique ethnic groups in the American South. They are one of the best preserved immigrant cultures in the United States, having safeguarded their traditions into the 21st century. A key to this cultural preservation was the dance halls. Sustained into modern day by weekly dances in nightclubs and across St. Bernard Parish, this rich history is dying out as younger members of the community fail to pick up its traditions. Follow the history of the Islenos through their immigration to the 20th century Dance Hall Era that has become their legacy.
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September 29th, 2017
Country of Publication
United States
Pelican Publishing Co
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