Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Black Stork

I see a variation on this sort of comment on the Internet fairly frequently: “Oh, if only we could ‘turn back the clock’ to the Good Old Days of America, when the ‘sanctity of life’ was a given!  Our great … Continue reading

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Party Like It’s…1897

(Click here to go to the first entry in this blog series on the Gay ‘90s to read the material in sequential order.) Money Matters: Please note—Passages in this blog entry (and others in this series) occasionally refer to how … Continue reading

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Lifestyles of the Potlatched and Famous

(Click here to go to the first entry in this blog series on the Gay ‘90s to read the material in sequential order.) The Kwakiutl people of the coasts of British Columbia near Vancouver were popular subjects of anthropological study … Continue reading

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Columbian Kwakiutls

 Columbian Kwakiutls (Click here to go to the first entry in this blog series on the Gay ‘90s to read the material in sequential order.) Have you ever seen a diorama depicting Native American (or Canadian First Nations) culture at … Continue reading

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Pullman Hell

Pullman Hell (Click here to go to the first entry in this blog series on the Gay ‘90s to read the material in sequential order.) “We are born in a Pullman house, fed from the Pullman shops, taught in the … Continue reading

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