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Indianapolis: LGBT+ History

8 Locations ~ Curated by Alyssa Boge, Braden Catt, Carolyn Harris, Meghan Hillman, Callie McCune, Adrienne Nirde, Stephanie Schulze, Laura Weiss, Jordan Ryan; Jeannie Regan-Dinius and Rebecca Shrum; Sam Opsahl

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The Mexican Experience in Gary Thousands of Mexican immigrants first migrated to Indiana to work as strikebreakers for United States Steel during the Great Steel Strike of 1919. In the following decades, the Mexican population survived…

South of the County Courthouse on Main Street is Goshen’s business district. This area was developed in the first decade of the 20th century as “the most modern block in Goshen.” The Jefferson block was anchored by Newell’s, originally built as a…

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