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The #accordion, introduced by #German immigrants to the United States, was incorporated into the #Cajun and #Creole repertoire around the turn of the twentieth century. Lyrics are still sung in #French today. #StoryofArhoolie #Arhoolie

This tweet was posted on November 07, 2018.

#Arhoolie Records’ subsidiary label Blues Classics was the first to reintroduce the work of #MemphisMinnie (1897–1973) to a new (and largely white) audience. #StoryofArhoolie #WomensHistoryMonth

This tweet was posted on March 12, 2019.
 

Sisters María and Juanita Mendoza were born in Monterrey, Mexico. Although their sister Lydia would become the most famous member of the family, Juanita and María also achieved acclaim as the duet Las Hermanas Mendoza beginning in the 1950s. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie https://t.co/EDCgYBVsC1

This tweet was posted on December 05, 2018.
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