America’s French Colony: A History of New Orleans | Legendary Cities: Cultural History Documentary

Welcome to the French Quarter of the United States, New Orleans! Join this tour of French Louisiana: the home of Mardi Gras, the birthplace of American jazz, and the cultural hotbed of the Southern States. The city’s culture derives from a blend of French, Spanish, African-American, Creole and Native American roots. Under French colonial rule, it was a place where France sent their prostitutes, smugglers, counterfeiters and other petty criminals to start new lives. It became a haven and the beating heart of a vibrant, longstanding African-American community with deep roots. And even after the city’s destruction during Hurricane Katrina, the city dances on, celebrating life…

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