American History

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List Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Or Transgender Firsts By Year - See Also
... Timeline of LGBT history List of the first LGBT holders of political offices List of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender sportspeople List of gay, lesbian or ...
List Of Smithsonian Museums - Museums
... Year opened Picture Anacostia Community Museum African American culture Washington, D.C ... National Mall 1881 Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum Design history New York City Museum Mile 1897 Freer Gallery of Art (Part of the National Museum of Asian Art along ... National Mall 1974 National Air and Space Museum Aviation and spaceflight history Washington, D.C ...
Legacy Museum Of African American History
... The Legacy Museum of African American History was established in 1995 in Lynchburg, Virginia ... Its exhibits and permanent collection focus on topics central to African American history, including the historic struggle for civil rights business ...
Smithsonian Institution Libraries - Collections and Libraries - General Collections Libraries, With Their Subject Specialties
... and the Republic of Panama.C American Art Museum / National Portrait Gallery Library / Renwick Gallery Library (Washington, D.C.) American art ... Museum Library (Washington, D.C.) Supports work on history and culture of the African diaspora in the DC area and more broadly in the Western hemisphere ... Subjects include Upper South, African American women, slavery and abolitionism, and religion and the African American community ...
LGBT History In The United States
... This article concerns the history of LGBT people in the United States ... Please see also Lesbian American history, Gay men in American history, Bisexual American history, and Transgender American history ...

Famous quotes containing the words history and/or american:

    Man watches his history on the screen with apathy and an occasional passing flicker of horror or indignation.
    Conor Cruise O’Brien (b. 1917)

    I am firmly opposed to the government entering into any business the major purpose of which is competition with our citizens ... for the Federal Government deliberately to go out to build up and expand ... a power and manufacturing business is to break down the initiative and enterprise of the American people; it is the destruction of equality of opportunity amongst our people, it is the negation of the ideals upon which our civilization has been based.
    Herbert Hoover (1874–1964)