The Next Chapter for LGBTQ HeritagePreservation Leadership Forum (National Trust for Historic Preservation) (2014)
A shared history is one of the most powerful ways that people feel connected to one another. Even as an immigrant new to U.S. soil, a person is part of a shared heritage of people coming from elsewhere and making America great. While the United States has a deep and rich lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) history—and not just in the big cities of New York and San Francisco—these histories have largely been ignored or marginalized.
- Queer History,
- Historic Preservation
Publication DateMay, 2014
Citation InformationMegan E. Springate. "The Next Chapter for LGBTQ Heritage" Preservation Leadership Forum (National Trust for Historic Preservation) (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/meganspringate/34/