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THE YEAR WAS 1856, AND A TRANSPORTATION REVOLUTION WAS coming to the upper Midwest: not the rapid expansion of railroads branching west, nor the passenger steamer that, since mid-century, had ferried travelers across the Great Lakes. Neither solved t
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Wisconsin Magazine of History
Director, Wisconsin Historical Society Press Kate Thompson Editor Sara E. Phillips Image Researcher John H. Nondorf Research and Editorial Assistants Rachel Cordasco, Gary Smith, and Elizabeth Wyckoff Design Jinger Schroeder President: Gregory B. Hub
Wisconsin Magazine of History2 min readLGBTQIA+ Studies
The Legacy Of Glad To Be Gay
After being aired, the original Glad to Be Gay tapes were donated to the School of Social Work Library at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, which agreed to keep them as an archive of the Madison gay liberation movement.1 In November 2006, however,