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Pass By: St. Augustine Church, Governor Nilchols, New Orleans, LA 70116-2324
In 1842, Creoles of color began purchasing pews inside Saint Augustine's Church for their families’ Sunday worship. News of this spread and in a matter of days, white people kicked off a campaign of their own to buy family pews. Thus, the historic War of the Pews began.
Pass By: Backstreet Cultural Museum, 1116 Henriette Delille St, New Orleans, LA 70116-2330
The Backstreet Cultural Museum boasts an incredible collection of the most dazzling Mardi Gras Indian costumes, second line umbrellas and photographs ever to grace the backstreets of New Orleans.
Pass By: New Orleans African American Museum, 1417-1419 Governor Nicholls Street, New Orleans, LA 70116-2343
The tree-shaded museum grounds of the New Orleans African American Museum include the Tremé Villa Meilleur's original kitchen dependencies as well as several homes that reflect a range of local building styles.
Pass By: The Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts, 801 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116-3084
After cutting the highest-selling gospel song in history, Mahalia Jackson took her place on the international stage. She never forgot her New Orleans roots.
Pass By: Louis Armstrong Park, 901 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116-3086
The late Louis Armstrong remains one of this city’s most honored ambassadors. He was affectionately nicknamed both Satchmo and Pops, and was born in 1901, just outside Tremé. He grew up among churchgoers, hustlers, pimps and musicians.