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The Next Chapter for LGBTQ Heritage
Preservation Leadership Forum (National Trust for Historic Preservation) (2014)
  • Megan E. Springate
Abstract
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.
Keywords
  • LGBTQ,
  • Queer History,
  • Historic Preservation
Disciplines
Publication Date
May, 2014
Citation Information
Megan 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/