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HistoryProject

The goal of the History Project is to create an encyclopedia page for every person, place, thing, and event of significance in the development of g/l/b/t queer culture in Halifax, ever.

A substantial amount of the content here came from two sources:

Here, we're building an anecdotal history to compliment these, in a collaborative, richly linked environment. If you think that his/herstory should be told another way - do it. Link up the individual pages here to create your version.

If you know anything about these topics, please write! Any notes or names for further info would be great.


If you have any questions, leave them at the bottom of this page or on the HistoryProjectTodoList.

Looking for info on the Stonewall Riot that started Pride? Check out several different versions in HistoryOfGayPride.

If you can't figure out where something goes, write it here -- just hit the "Edit Text" link at the bottom of the page, scroll to the bottom, and write. Then hit the Save button. I'll file it away. Nothing gets lost - see WikiBackups.

If you see something that needs to get fixed, please mark it with the symbol HistoryProject, your name, and what you think is wrong.1

This is also a category, so it gets indexed using the keyword CategoryCategory. To get a list of all the pages in this category, click on the link HistoryProject at the top of this page, between the banner and the main text.

Requests

Well good citizens of gay Halifax, although the history project has moved along nicely there are two spots that were mainstays of the 70's gay scene that have escaped being mentioned here.For those of us who were around back then we must pay hommage to MurraysCoffeeShop? in the Lord Nelson Hotel and also TheMeatRack?,which was a stone wall just outside of the Royal Bank(now part of the bank). Both of these played a major role in the social and sexual developement of the time.

Perhaps some of the people who remember it might care to elaborate a bit on its meaning to them.---ChrisShepherd

Footnotes

Footnotes:

1. One way to do this is in text is to put these in the footnotes