Make your Jazz Appreciation Month memorable with the book that rewrites the history of jazz, the result of 14 years of research into the first jazz club in history by John William Templeton, curator of the California African-American Freedom Trail.  In the course of his research, he found the wax master of the first jazz record published by an African-American producer.  Heroes of the book include Louis Sidney leProtti, Benjamin Franklin and John Spikes, Lou Purcell, Sam King and Jelly Roll Morton. Rich with documentation, it shows how Morton, for example, was a registered voter in San Francisco County when most thought of him in connection with New Orleans.