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An essay by Alfred E. Lemmon, an expert in colonial-era history, surveys the European quest for hegemony in La Louisiane. Urban historian John T. Magill chronicles the growth of New Orleans as one of the leading cities of nineteenth-century North America, due in large part to its role as a major port. John H. Lawrence, director of museum programs at THNOC, examines the artistic legacy of New Orleans in the decades between the Civil War and World War II - discussing some of the painters and printmakers whose efforts described and defined this unique Southern metropolis to the world. Historian Jason Wiese traces the early years of the development of jazz, focusing on some of the pioneering musicians whose lives and careers are chronicled in THNOC's manuscript and photographic holdings