In the 1930s, an ethnomusicologist tried to preserve the history of immigration in California

In the late 1930s, Cowell recorded American folk music in the West. She collected English songs of miners, Cornish sea shanties from sailors and ragtime melodies. But she was also determined to gather music from recent immigrant groups.


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