LGBTQ LC Subject Headings: 7. History

Gay activists
450: N/A
550: Political activists
670: Work cat.: NUCMC data from Ariz. Historical Foundation for Mecham recall collection, 1986-1988 |b (Ed Buck; gay political activist)

Gay kings and rulers
450: N/A
550: Kings and rulers
670: Work cat.: Edward II [VR] c1991 |b (Internet Movie Database plot summary: Fact-based story about the life and grotesque death of England’s only known gay king)
670: Young, M. King James and the history of homosexuality, 1999.

Gay liberation movement
450: Gay and lesbian liberation movement
450: Gay and lesbian movement
450: Gay and lesbian rights movement
450: Gay lib
450: Gay movement
450: Gay rights movement
450: Homophile movement
450: Homosexual liberation movement
450: Homosexual movement
450: Homosexual rights movement
450: Lesbian rights movement
550: Social movements
670: Work cat.: 2001027051: Bull, C. Come out fighting, 2001.
670: Hunt, R.J. Historical dict. of the gay liberation movement, 1999: |b pp. 14-16 (gay and lesbian rights movement; gay and lesbian liberation movement; gay and lesbian movement) p. 18 (homosexual rights movement)
670: Ridinger, R.B.M. The gay and lesbian movement, 1996: |b p. xii (“homophile” movement became the “gay liberation movement” after the Stonewall Riots)
670: Adam, B.D. The rise of a gay and lesbian movement, c1995.
670: Encyc. of homosexuality, 1990 |b (Movement, Homosexual. The homosexual movement is a general designation for organized political striving to end the legal and social intolerance of homosexuality; homophile movement)
670: Reader’s guide to lesbian and gay studies, 2000: |b p. 250 (homosexual rights movement) p. 462 (gay and lesbian movements; gay movement)

Gay men–Great Britain–Biography
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The sorcerer’s apprentice, 2001

Gay men on postage stamps
450: N/A
550: Postage stamps
667-68X: N/A

Gays–Nazi persecution
450: Gay Holocaust
450: Gay men–Nazi persecution
450: Holocaust, Gay
450: Nazi persecution of gay men
450: Nazi persecution of gays
550: Persecution
550: World War, 1939-1945—Atrocities
670: LC database, May 10, 1995 |b (usage: Nazi persecution (9 hits); subdivision –Persecutions; Nazi hunters)
670: MAGS, May 10, 1995 |b (usage: persecutions under other victims of the Holocaust)
670: WWW, May 5, 1998 |b (usage in titles retrieved by Alta Vista search: Gay Holocaust; Nazi persecution of gays)
670: “Researcher says Nazi persecution not systematic,” The Washington Blade, May 22, 1998: |b p. 10 (“A leading researcher on Gays and the Holocaust told an audience at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on May 17 [1998] that records show that the Nazi persecution of Gays was not systematic, as was the campaign to exterminate all Jews. Nevertheless, he said, Gay Germans faced a horrifying, 12-year period that included routine arrests, interrogations, imprisonment, and beatings. And a number of Gay men, he said, were subjected to forced castrations. John Fout, professor of history at New York’s Bard College, said his research shows that about 50,000 men were imprisoned for homosexual related “offenses” by the Nazis between 1933 and 1945.”)
670: Nazi persecution of homosexuals, 1933-1945, via WWW, Nov. 24, 2002: |b introd. (campaign of persecution and violence against the homosexuals of Germany; Nazi campaign against homosexuality targeted the more than one million German men who, the state asserted, carried a “degeneracy” that threatened the “disciplined masculinity” of Germany; more than 100,000 men were arrested under a broadly interpreted law against homosexuality; approx. 50,000 men served prison terms, while an unknown no. were institutionalized in mental hospitals; between 5,000 and 15,000 homosexual men were imprisoned in concentration camps, where many died; lesbians were not systematically persecuted under Nazi rule, but they nonetheless did suffer the loss of their own gathering places and associations)

Homosexuality–History
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Record generated for validation purposes.
670: Work cat.: The gay and lesbian movement, [1996]

Lesbian activists
450: N/A
550: Gay activists
670: Work cat.: 96-30299: Gingrich, C. The accidental activist, 1996.

Lesbianism–History
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Lesbianism–History–To 500
450: N/A
550: N/A
667-68X: N/A

Lesbians on postage stamps
450: N/A
550: Postage stamps
667-68X: N/A

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
411: March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, National
550: N/A
667: See also related access points for individual instances of this event which include specific information about the number, date, or place of the individual event.
670: March news, Apr. 1987: |b t.p. (National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights)
670: Wikipedia, June 18, 2012: |b National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights (The National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights was a large political rally that took place in Washington, D.C. on October 14, 1979) Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights (The Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights was a large political rally that took place in Washington, D.C. on October 11, 1987)

National socialism and homosexuality
450: Homosexuality and national socialism
550: Homosexuality
670: Zinn, A. Die soziale Konstruktion des homosexuellen Nationalsozialisten, 1997.
680: This heading may be geographically subdivided by Germany only when further subdivided by a locality within Germany.

Participation, Gay
480: Gay participation
5XX: N/A
680: Use as a topical subdivision under individual wars for works on the participation of gays in the military actions of a war. For works on aspects of the war in relation to gays, especially the war’s effects on them, use the subdivision “Gays.”

Socialism and homosexuality
450: Homosexuality and socialism
550: Socialism
670: Work cat.: Marxism, queer theory, gender, 2001.

Sexual minorities in historical context
450: N/A
550: N/A
667: Harrington Park Press is an imprint of Haworth Press
670: Bringing lesbian and gay rights into the mainstream, c2006: |b series t.p. (Sexual minorities in historical context; at head of series title: Harrington Park Press)
670: Becoming a woman, c2008: |b ser. t.p. (Sexual minorities in historical context; at head of series title: The Haworth Press)

Stonewall National Monument (New York, N.Y.)
450: N/A
550: National monuments |z New York (State)
667: This heading is not valid for use as a geographic subdivision.
670: President Obama designates Stonewall National Monument, via The White House website, June 24, 2016, viewed on June 25, 2016 |b (Stonewall National Monument; the historic site of the Stonewall Uprising in New York City; new Stonewall National Monument will protect the area where, on June 28, 1969, a community’s uprising in response to a police raid sparked the modern LGBT civil rights movement in the United States
670: U.S. National Park Service website, June 25, 2016 |b (Stonewall National Monument; located in Greenwich Village, New York City)
670: Wikipedia, June 25, 2016 |b (Stonewall National Monument; a U.S. National Monument located in the West Village neighborhood of Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan, New York City; the designated area includes Christopher Park and the block of Christopher Street bordering the park, which is directly across the street from the Stonewall Inn–the site of the Stonewall riots of June 28, 1969, widely regarded as the start of the modern LGBT rights movement in the United States; received its National Monument designation on June 24, 2016)

Stonewall Riots, New York, N.Y., 1969
450: Stonewall Inn Riot, New York, N.Y., 1969
450: Stonewall Inn Riots, New York, N.Y., 1969
450: Stonewall Rebellion, New York, N.Y., 1969
450: Stonewall Riot, New York, N.Y., 1969
450: Stonewall Uprising, New York, N.Y., 1969
550: Riots |z New York (State)
670: Work cat.: 92036694: Duberman, M. Stonewall, 1993.
670: Adam, B.D. The rise of a gay and lesbian movement, 1987: |b p. 75, Stonewall Riot (Stonewall Rebellion)
670: Tobin, K. Gay crusaders, 1972: |b p. 9 (1969 rebellion at Stonewall Bar)
670: Hennepin |b (Stonewall Rebellion, 1969)
670: Carter, D. Stonewall : the riots that sparked the gay revolution, 2004: |b p. 1 (The Stonewall Riots were a series of violent protests and street demonstrations that began in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, and centered around a gay bar in the Greenwich Village section of New York City) p. 2 (the riots, which continued on and off for six days, marked the beginning of the “gay rights movement”)
670: Wikipedia, via WWW, July 23, 2004 |b (The Stonewall riots were a series of violent conflicts between homosexuals and police officers in New York City. The riot began not long after 1:20 a.m. on Saturday, June 28, 1969, when police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village. “Stonewall,” as it is often called, is considered the start of the modern gay rights movement worldwide.)
670: Britannica concise encyc., via WWW, July 23, 2004 |b (Stonewall riots: Series of violent confrontations between police and gay rights activists in New York City. In response to the second raid in a week by police on the Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar in Greenwich Village that had been selling liquor without a license, about 1,000 transvestites, gays, and lesbians taunted police and threw debris; police responded with violence. Similar riots occurred on succeeding nights and were followed by protest rallies.)
670: The new dictionary of cultural literacy, via WWW, July 23, 2004 |b (Stonewall Riot. A disturbance that grew out of a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a popular hang-out for gays in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village in 1969. Such raids long had been routine, but this one provoked a riot as the crowd fought back. The riot led to the formation of the Gay Liberation Front and to a new level of solidarity among homosexuals.)
670: Columbia encyc., via WWW, July 23, 2004 |b (“the modern gay-rights movement in the United States is usually said to have begun with the Stonewall riot (June, 1969) in New York City, which resulted from a police raid on a gay bar”)
670: Smith, W.A. Stonewall Riots of 1969, via WWW, July 23, 2004.
670: Stonewall and beyond online exhibition, July 23, 2004 |b (Stonewall Riots)
670: Google search, July 23, 2004 |b (Stonewall Riot; Stonewall Riots; Stonewall Inn Riot; Stonewall Inn Riots; Stonewall Rebellion)
675: Americana; |a Britannica Micro.

World War, 1939-1945–Gays
450: N/A
550: N/A
670: Work cat.: 2005360646: Jackson, P. One of the boys, c2004.
681: Example under |a Gays

World War, 1939-1945–Participation, Gay
450: World War, 1939-1945–Gay participation
550: World War, 1939-1945–Gays
670: Work cat.: 2005360646: Jackson, P. One of the boys, c2004.

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