|Artist Annie Bissett's God Blesses John Alexander and John Roberts, 1637|
Another example of gay history finally being revealed. For thousands of years, our history has been buried, burned, ignored and even changed to hide our existence. The more we speak out, the more we are remembered.
Hat tip to Back2Stonewall for the Boston.com article:
Court records from their case, and from a handful of others, are the only keyhole through which researchers at the Plimoth Plantation museum can peek backward through time to imagine the lives of the colony’s gays and lesbians.
On Saturday, at the second annual Out at Plimoth Plantation event, the living museum of Colonial and Native American history will present special programs on gay history of the 17th and 18th centuries in early American culture...
What happened to John Alexander and Thomas Roberts?
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