For nearly a century, the piney woods across Lake Pontchartrain came to be known as the Ozone Belt—a ‘brand’ that touted the region’s salubrious environs as a summertime alternative to pestilential New Orleans. And it seemed to work, writes Tulane geographer Richard Campanella—but not for the touted reasons. Courtesy The Times-Picayune (PDF). New Orleans: Place…
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