LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History is a publication of the National Park Foundation for the National Park Service and funded by the Gill Foundation. Each chapter is written and peer-reviewed by experts in LGBTQ Studies. The chapters explore different aspects of LGBTQ history and heritage, tying them to specific places across the country. They include examinations of LGBTQ community, civil rights, the law, health, art and artists, commerce, the military, sports and leisure, and sex, love, and relationships.
Presents an overview of the Stonewall Riots that started the Gay Rights Movement, and includes video clips, interviews, a timeline, etc. Currently (7/31/2013) the entire PBS documentary can be viewed online.
"LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of 31 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Icons. Each day in October, a new LGBT Icon is featured with a video, bio, bibliography, downloadable images and other resources."
Part of The Center in NYC, the archive contains a variety of historical materials related to the LGBT community's history. At present, materials are only available at The Center, although a list of resources can be viewed online.
This is an overview of key dates in not just Stonewall's history but in the development of lesbian, gay, bi and trans history in terms of social, political and legislative change, representation and visibility.