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Thousands on Gay Parade." Gay News December 4-17: [1]+. Archives of Sexuality & Gender.

Archives of Sexuality & Gender LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940, Part 1

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Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, District of Columbia), Monday, January 15, 1849; 19th Century U.S. Newspapers

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Martingale, Hawser. Tales of the Ocean, and Essays for the Forecastle: Containing Matters and Incidents Humorous, Pathetic, Romantic and Sentimental: By Hawser Martingale; Illustrated with Numerous Engravings . . . . Boston: S. N. Dickinson, 1841. American Fiction, 1774-1920.

American Fiction, 1774-1920

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