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People with a History: An Online Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans* History

Section IX LGBT History Links

Editor: Paul Halsall


Section IX: LGBT History Links

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LGBT History Related Web Sites

If a text or source exits at another site, I have merely linked to that site. The fact it is an off-site link is marked every time by square brackets and some indication of where the site is.

There are now a fair number of LGBT history sites, although none have the reach of People with a History. Here are the ones I know about:-

General LGBT History Pages

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Collections of LGBT Textual Material

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LGB Museums and Archives - US

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LGB Museums and Archives - Canada

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LGB Museums and Archives - Europe
  • Hall-Carpenter Archives [UK]
    A gay and lesbian archival collection in the United Kingdom, now housed at the London School of Economics.
  • Homodok [The Netherlands]
    English-language site of the Gay / Lesbian Archives and Information Center, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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Lesbian Specific Sites

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