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== Sources for LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina ==
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== Sources for LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1973-2009 ==
  
  
 
'''Primary Sources'''
 
'''Primary Sources'''
  
“Appalachian State University’s Women’s Studies Timeline,” accessed at http://www.womenstudies.appstate.edu/history/1970s.html, viewed on 19 August 2005.  
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“Appalachian State University’s Women’s Studies Timeline,” accessed at http://www.womenstudies.appstate.edu/history/1970s.html, viewed on 19 August 2009.  
  
 
Ballard, Mary.  Appalachian State University Police Report. Reported 27 January 1998.
 
Ballard, Mary.  Appalachian State University Police Report. Reported 27 January 1998.
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*Wilson, M. Chad.
 
*Wilson, M. Chad.
  
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''LGBT Appalachian Oral History Project. Special Collections, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.
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*Carp, James.
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*Pagan Lopez, Gabe.
 
 
 
'''Selected Letters to the Editor'''
 
'''Selected Letters to the Editor'''
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“C.D. or not C.D.?” The Front Page, 16 May 1989, 3.
 
“C.D. or not C.D.?” The Front Page, 16 May 1989, 3.
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Casey, Allison.  "B-GLAAD Votes to Undergo Name Change."  The Appalachian, 22 February 2007, 5.
 
 
 
Coffron, Tracey. “College Students at Highest Risk for AIDS Infection.” The Appalachian, 26 February 1991, 1.
 
Coffron, Tracey. “College Students at Highest Risk for AIDS Infection.” The Appalachian, 26 February 1991, 1.
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“College Groups Organize.” The Front Page, 24 April 1992, 10.   
 
“College Groups Organize.” The Front Page, 24 April 1992, 10.   
  
Comer, Matt. “Appalachian Home: Gays and Lesbians are Flocking to Get a Piece of the Carolina Mountains.” Q-Notes, 18 October 2008, 29.
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Comer, Matt. “Appalachian Home: Gays and Lesbians are Flocking to Get a Piece of the Carolina Mountains.” Q-Notes, 18 October 2008, 29.
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-. "Students Excused for Skipping Gay Day: Watauga School Superintendent Cites Safety Concerns." Q-Notes, 17 May 2008.  
  
–.  “Takeover on the Mountain: Popular Club Event for Gays Heads to Blowing Rock.” ''Q-Notes'', 15 November 2008, 24.
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–.  “Takeover on the Mountain: Popular Club Event for Gays Heads to Blowing Rock.” ''Q-Notes'', 15 November 2008, 24.
  
 
–. “Wasting No Time.” ''Q-Notes'', 4 October 2008, 27, 29.  
 
–. “Wasting No Time.” ''Q-Notes'', 4 October 2008, 27, 29.  
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“Gay Association Forms; Seeks Recognition.” The Appalachian, 1 March 1979, 1.
 
“Gay Association Forms; Seeks Recognition.” The Appalachian, 1 March 1979, 1.
  
“Gay Awareness Group Under Fire: Referendum Called.” Watauga Democrat, 30 April 1979, 1.
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“Gay Awareness Group Under Fire: Referendum Called.” Watauga Democrat, 30 April 1979, 1.
  
Guignard, Jimmy. “Can You Deal with Alternative Lifestyles?” The Appalachian, 19 November 1987, 5.  
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Guignard, Jimmy. “Can You Deal with Alternative Lifestyles?” The Appalachian, 19 November 1987, 5.  
  
Harris, Chris.  “Gay Association Gets Approval.” The Appalachian, 30 August 1979, 4.
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Harris, Chris.  “Gay Association Gets Approval.” The Appalachian, 30 August 1979, 4.
  
 
–.  “Gay Bill Gets 3-1 ‘No’ Vote.” The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 1.  
 
–.  “Gay Bill Gets 3-1 ‘No’ Vote.” The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 1.  
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–. “Was Vote Indicative of Students?” Opinion Editorial, The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 4.
 
–. “Was Vote Indicative of Students?” Opinion Editorial, The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 4.
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Harr, Julia.  "Unisex Restrooms Approved."  The Appalachian, 30 November 2006, 1.
  
 
“Herb’s Not ‘Erb’s.” Charlotte Free Press, 25 August 1975, 2.
 
“Herb’s Not ‘Erb’s.” Charlotte Free Press, 25 August 1975, 2.
 
 
Herrera, Alba.  “Masculine or Feminine – What’s the Difference?” The Appalachian, 7 November 1985.
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Herrera, Alba.  “Masculine or Feminine – What’s the Difference?” The Appalachian, 7 November 1985.
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Hogan, Lillian. "ASU Begins Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Ally Program."  The Appalachian, 7 March 2006, 1.
 
 
 
“Homosexual Studies on Campus.” The Front Page, 26 June 1980, 2.
 
“Homosexual Studies on Campus.” The Front Page, 26 June 1980, 2.
  
Huffman, Trent. “New AIDS Advisory Council Formed at ASU to Inform Students.” The Appalachian, 24 April 1986, 1.
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Huffman, Trent. “New AIDS Advisory Council Formed at ASU to Inform Students.” The Appalachian, 24 April 1986, 1.
 
 
 
Hyorth, Alphie D. “Living the Gay Life.” Out ‘n About, 15 June 1989, 10.
 
Hyorth, Alphie D. “Living the Gay Life.” Out ‘n About, 15 June 1989, 10.
  
Ingram, Bobbi.  “ ‘Fags and Dykes’ Unfair Labels: Human Rights Cannot Be Ignored.” 27 April 1982, The Appalachian, 2.
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Ingram, Bobbi.  “ ‘Fags and Dykes’ Unfair Labels: Human Rights Cannot Be Ignored.” 27 April 1982, The Appalachian, 2.
  
 
Isaacs, Doris. “It Is Time We Speak Out . . .”  Watauga Democrat, 7 May 1979, 4A.
 
Isaacs, Doris. “It Is Time We Speak Out . . .”  Watauga Democrat, 7 May 1979, 4A.
  
 
Jimison, Jon. “Senate Approves Condom Bill.” The Appalachian, 1 December 1988, 1.
 
Jimison, Jon. “Senate Approves Condom Bill.” The Appalachian, 1 December 1988, 1.
Johnson, Russel. “Condom Dispensers Discussed.” The Appalachian, 17 November 1988, 1.
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Johnson, Russel. “Condom Dispensers Discussed.” The Appalachian, 17 November 1988, 1.
  
King, Don.  “College Federation Continues to Grow.” The Front Page, 6 December 1988, 3.
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King, Don.  “College Federation Continues to Grow.” The Front Page, 6 December 1988, 3.
  
 
–. “Willow Hollow Ranch Offers Holistic Healing.” The Front Page, 6 September 1988, 3.
 
–. “Willow Hollow Ranch Offers Holistic Healing.” The Front Page, 6 September 1988, 3.
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“Lecture Series Opens with Dr. Mead Wed.” The Appalachian, 17 September 1974, 1.  
 
“Lecture Series Opens with Dr. Mead Wed.” The Appalachian, 17 September 1974, 1.  
  
Ledbetter, Zeke. “Hookers, Gays Invade Boone Since Beer’s Debut.” Crappalachian, 1 April 1980, 1.
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Ledbetter, Zeke. “Hookers, Gays Invade Boone Since Beer’s Debut.” Crappalachian, 1 April 1980, 1.
  
 
Lutz, Deirdre M. “Beginning 20 Years of Organizing.”  The Front Page, 25 June 1991, 3.
 
Lutz, Deirdre M. “Beginning 20 Years of Organizing.”  The Front Page, 25 June 1991, 3.
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–.  “Senate Approves Three Proposals.” The Appalachian, 3 December 1992, 1.
 
–.  “Senate Approves Three Proposals.” The Appalachian, 3 December 1992, 1.
  
McGuire, Dawn, and Suzi Landis. “Student Assaulted.” The Appalachian, 28 January 1993, 1, 2.
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McGuire, Dawn, and Suzi Landis. “Student Assaulted.” The Appalachian, 28 January 1993, 1, 2.
  
McQuire (sic), Dawn, and Dane Perry, “Faculty Approves SGA Resolution.” The Appalachian, 28 January 1993, 1.
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McQuire (sic), Dawn, and Dane Perry, “Faculty Approves SGA Resolution.” The Appalachian, 28 January 1993, 1.
  
Melton, Emily. “New Policy Promotes Equality.” The Appalachian, 9 September 2008, 1, 3.
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Melton, Emily. “New Policy Promotes Equality.” The Appalachian, 9 September 2008, 1, 3.
  
Merchant, Julia.  “New Club Addresses Transgender Issues.”  The Appalachian, 31 October 2006,  1, 3.
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Merchant, Julia.  “New Club Addresses Transgender Issues.”  The Appalachian, 31 October 2006,  1, 3.
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Mills, Michelle. “Condomonium Hits!” The Appalachian, 19 January 1989, 3.
 
Mills, Michelle. “Condomonium Hits!” The Appalachian, 19 January 1989, 3.
  
Minchin, Marty. “Congress Oks Sexual Orientation Bill.” The Daily Tar Heel, 1 April 1993, 3.
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Minchin, Marty. “Congress Oks Sexual Orientation Bill.” The Daily Tar Heel, 1 April 1993, 3.
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Mitchem, John. “Webb: Watauga College ‘A Very Definite Success.’ ” The Appalachian, 31 October 1979, 1, 5.  
  
Mitchem, John. “Webb: Watauga College ‘A Very Definite Success.’ ” The Appalachian, 31 October 1979, 1, 5.  
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Monday, Caroline. "Day of Silence: Raising Awareness."  Watauga Democrat, 23 April 2008.
  
 
Mooney, Sheila. “ASU Starts N.O.W.” The Appalachian, 11 November 1975, 4.
 
Mooney, Sheila. “ASU Starts N.O.W.” The Appalachian, 11 November 1975, 4.
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“Mountain Changes Name.” The Front Page, 27 February 1980, 5.
 
“Mountain Changes Name.” The Front Page, 27 February 1980, 5.
  
“NC Legislature Considers Bill to Ban Gay Groups on Campus.” The Front Page, 18 April 1989, 6, 17.
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“NC Legislature Considers Bill to Ban Gay Groups on Campus.” The Front Page, 18 April 1989, 6, 17.
  
 
“NCHRF Releases Violence Documentation.” The Front Page, 21 June 1988, 1.
 
“NCHRF Releases Violence Documentation.” The Front Page, 21 June 1988, 1.
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“News Brief.” The Advocate, 12 July 1979, 11.   
 
“News Brief.” The Advocate, 12 July 1979, 11.   
  
O’Neill, Cliff.  “Jesse’s Home Gets Royally Wrapped!” The Front Page, 10 September 1991, 3.
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Nicholson, Scott. "Boone Pride Celebrates Five Years."  Watauga Mountain Times, 11 June 2009, 16.
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-. "School Board will Address WHS Protest." Watauga Democrat, 14 June 2004.
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-. "Anti-gay T-shirts spark Suspensions." Watauga Democrat, 28 April 2004.
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O’Neill, Cliff.  “Jesse’s Home Gets Royally Wrapped!” The Front Page, 10 September 1991, 3.
  
 
Orndorf, Lin. “WNC Gay History 101.” Out in Asheville, November 2005, 11, 14-15.   
 
Orndorf, Lin. “WNC Gay History 101.” Out in Asheville, November 2005, 11, 14-15.   
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Orsi, Sandra, and Brian Bailie. “Gay Club – AGAA.” The Appalachian, 30 August 1979.
 
Orsi, Sandra, and Brian Bailie. “Gay Club – AGAA.” The Appalachian, 30 August 1979.
  
Owens, Bill. “At Least One of Your Friends May Be.” The Appalachian, 11 February 1986, 10.
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Owens, Bill. “At Least One of Your Friends May Be.” The Appalachian, 11 February 1986, 10.
  
Penland, Brittany. “Faculty Expands Equal Opportunity Policy.” The Appalachian, 6 March 2008, 1-2.  
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Penland, Brittany. “Faculty Expands Equal Opportunity Policy.” The Appalachian, 6 March 2008, 1-2.  
  
Rabb, Wanda. “Brower Organizes Women’s Week.” The Appalachian, 10 December 1974, 1.
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Rabb, Wanda. “Brower Organizes Women’s Week.” The Appalachian, 10 December 1974, 1.
  
 
Rairdon, Rick.  “And the Wages of Sin are AIDS.” The Appalachian, 27 October 1987, 9.
 
Rairdon, Rick.  “And the Wages of Sin are AIDS.” The Appalachian, 27 October 1987, 9.
  
Scheliga, Amy. “Concern for AIDS on Campus Grows.” The Appalachian, 1 October 1991, 5.
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Scheliga, Amy. “Concern for AIDS on Campus Grows.” The Appalachian, 1 October 1991, 5.
  
Schrum, Jenny. “AIDS Causes Mental and Physical Problems.” The Appalachian, 2 October 1986, 15.
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Schrum, Jenny. “AIDS Causes Mental and Physical Problems.” The Appalachian, 2 October 1986, 15.
  
Scott, Dana. “Watauga County is Relatively Free of AIDS Virus.” The Appalachian, 5 May 1987, 1.
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Scott, Dana. “Watauga County is Relatively Free of AIDS Virus.” The Appalachian, 5 May 1987, 1.
  
 
“Sex Styles Program Held.” Appalachian, 28 November 1978, 1.
 
“Sex Styles Program Held.” Appalachian, 28 November 1978, 1.
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Smith, Tim. “Gays Are Still Awaiting Decision.” Watauga Democrat, 17 May 1979, 2A.
 
Smith, Tim. “Gays Are Still Awaiting Decision.” Watauga Democrat, 17 May 1979, 2A.
  
–.  “Gay Liberation Comes to Appalachian State.” Watauga Democrat, 5 April 1979, 1.
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–.  “Gay Liberation Comes to Appalachian State.” Watauga Democrat, 5 April 1979, 1.
  
Soney, Ralph. “Gay Charter Reweighed: Referendum Set for Wednesday.” The Appalachian, 26 April 1979, 1.
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Soney, Ralph. “Gay Charter Reweighed: Referendum Set for Wednesday.” The Appalachian, 26 April 1979, 1.
 
 
Sparks, Shannon. “Awareness Nurtured.”  The Appalachian, 19 February 1991, 6.
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Sparks, Shannon. “Awareness Nurtured.”  ''The Appalachian'', 19 February 1991, 6.
  
Striker, John. “Mastering the Draft: Homosexuality and the Draft.” The Appalachian, 12 January 1971, 2.
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Striker, John. “Mastering the Draft: Homosexuality and the Draft.” The Appalachian, 12 January 1971, 2.
  
Student Government Association Executive Committee. “Policy Announced on ‘Unlawful Assemblies.’ ” The Appalachian, 13 March 1970, 1.
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Student Government Association Executive Committee. “Policy Announced on ‘Unlawful Assemblies.’ ” The Appalachian, 13 March 1970, 1.
  
“Student Government Re-addresses Sexual Orientation Bill.” The Appalachian, 17 September 1993, 1.
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“Student Government Re-addresses Sexual Orientation Bill.” The Appalachian, 17 September 1993, 1.
  
 
“Students Vote Down Gay Club.” Watauga Democrat, 7 May 1979, 1.
 
“Students Vote Down Gay Club.” Watauga Democrat, 7 May 1979, 1.
  
Sztukowski, Edward. “New GLBT Center to Open Its Doors.”  The Appalachian, 18 September 2008, 1.
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Sztukowski, Edward. “New GLBT Center to Open Its Doors.”  The Appalachian, 18 September 2008, 1.
  
Sztukowski, Edward.  “Town Rejects Marriage Definition Bill.” Appalachian, 26 March 2009, 1, 3.
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Sztukowski, Edward.  “Town Rejects Marriage Definition Bill.” Appalachian, 26 March 2009, 1, 3.
  
Von Hoffman, Nicholas. “A Gay Time on Television.” The Appalachian, 7 December 1976, 2.
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Von Hoffman, Nicholas. “A Gay Time on Television.” The Appalachian, 7 December 1976, 2.
  
Wally, Dianne. “Although No Problem: AIDS Case Diagnosed in County.” The Appalachian, 26 January 1989, 1.
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Wally, Dianne. “Although No Problem: AIDS Case Diagnosed in County.” The Appalachian, 26 January 1989, 1.
  
Warren [no surname]. “Day of Silence and Golden Rule Pledge at Appalachian State University.”  27 April 2008,  accessed at http://goldenrulepledge.com/day-of-silence-and-golden-rule-pledge-at-appalachian-state-university, viewed on 16 August 2008.
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Warren [no surname]. “Day of Silence and Golden Rule Pledge at Appalachian State University.”  27 April 2008,  accessed at [[http://goldenrulepledge.com/day-of-silence-and-golden-rule-pledge-at-appalachian-state-university/ http://goldenrulepledge.com/day-of-silence-and-golden-rule-pledge-at-appalachian-state-university]], viewed on 16 August 2008.
  
Weathersbee, Jeff.  “Condom Issue Touches Colleges: Condom Sales Rise Steadily.”  The Appalachian, 26 April 1990, 1.
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Weathersbee, Jeff.  “Condom Issue Touches Colleges: Condom Sales Rise Steadily.”  The Appalachian, 26 April 1990, 1.
  
Whitley,   Tiffany. “AIDS Task force Promotes City Awareness.” The Appalachian, 18 February 1992, 5.
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Whitley, Tiffany. “AIDS Task force Promotes City Awareness.” The Appalachian, 18 February 1992, 5.
  
 
“Womens Resources Calender.” The Appalachian, 12 December 1974, 8.
 
“Womens Resources Calender.” The Appalachian, 12 December 1974, 8.
  
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Black, Kate and Marc A. Rhorer, “Out in the Mountains: Exploring Lesbian and Gay Lives.” In Out in the South, edited by Carlos L. Dews and Carolyn Leste Law, 16-25.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2001.
 
Black, Kate and Marc A. Rhorer, “Out in the Mountains: Exploring Lesbian and Gay Lives.” In Out in the South, edited by Carlos L. Dews and Carolyn Leste Law, 16-25.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2001.
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North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence. Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1990 Report.  Durham, North Carolina, 1991.
 
North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence. Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1990 Report.  Durham, North Carolina, 1991.
  
–. Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1992 Report.  Durham, North Carolina, 1992.
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–. ''Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1992 Report''.  Durham, North Carolina, 1992.
  
 
–. Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1993 Report.  Durham, North Carolina, 1993.
 
–. Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina: 1993 Report.  Durham, North Carolina, 1993.
 
 
 
Staley, Kathryn. “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life at Appalachian State University.” Master’s Thesis, Appalachian State University, 2009.
 
Staley, Kathryn. “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life at Appalachian State University.” Master’s Thesis, Appalachian State University, 2009.
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Sources for LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1973-2009

Primary Sources

“Appalachian State University’s Women’s Studies Timeline,” accessed at http://www.womenstudies.appstate.edu/history/1970s.html, viewed on 19 August 2009.

Ballard, Mary. Appalachian State University Police Report. Reported 27 January 1998.

Christ’s Church United Records. W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

Claassen, Cheryl. Papers. Duplicates in possession of author.

Dodson, Paul. Appalachian State University Police Report. Reported 20 January 1993.

Friday, William Clyde. Papers. Records of the Office of the President of the University of North Carolina (System). University Archives, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Handbook for Men’s Residence Hall Staff. Boone, NC: Appalachian State University, 1969.

Hodgin, David R. Papers. W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

Office of the Chancellor. Code of Student Conduct. Boone, NC: Appalachian State University, 1991.

Personnel Files. University Archives, Appalachian State University.

Plemmons, William H. Papers. University Archives, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

Student Organization Files. Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, Appalachian State University.

Student Senate Minutes, Student Government Association, Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, Appalachian State University. 24 November 1992, 1 December 1992.

Thomas, Chancellor John. Papers. University Archives, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

Williams, Cratis Dearl. Papers. W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

Women’s Studies Department Files. University Archives, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.



Oral Histories

63 Interviews for Kathy Staley’s Master’s thesis, in possession of Kathy Staley


Appalachian Memory Project. Special Collections, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

  • Bridges, Dail.
  • Magers, John.
  • Taylor, Terry.
  • Wilson, M. Chad.

LGBT Appalachian Oral History Project. Special Collections, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University.

  • Carp, James.
  • Pagan Lopez, Gabe.

Selected Letters to the Editor

Angel, Neal. “Stereotypes Used in Message.” Letter to the Editor, Watauga Democrat, 3 May 1979, 4A.

Burleson, Tim. “Financial Protest of Homosexuals.” Letters to the Editor, Watauga Democrat, 19 April 1979, 4A.

Cload, Bob. “Immoral.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 9 September 1976, 2.

Crissman, Mark. “What Will Happen to AGAA if Club Taken Away.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 4.

Davis, James D., Jr. “Member of Queer Nation Speaks Out.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 14 March 1991, 11.

Earley, Anne. Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 15 February 1993, 9.

Gaither, Pete. Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 4 February 1993, 9.

“Homosexuality is Normal and Acceptable: SAGA, ‘Homosexual Rhetoric’ Stirs up SAGA Members to Defend their Sexual Openness.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 26 March 1991, 10, 12.

Lawson, John. Letter to the Editor, The Appalachian, 28 January 1993, 9.

Norris, Betty. “Her Children Won’t Be Attending ASU.” Letter to the Editor. Watauga Democrat, 23 April 1979, 4A.

Norris, Kimberley. “Prejudice against Gays Should Stop.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian. 14 March 1991, 11.

Pedro, Mark. Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 16 April 1991, 7.

Rayle, Joseph. “Rayle Speaks Out for Schofield.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 28 September 1993, 3.

Russell, Mrs. Texie Horton. “Gay Rights: ‘It Can’t Be.’ ” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 19 April 1969, 4A.

Schnegelberger, Scott E. “Pro-Gays Obviously Haven’t Read Bible.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 26 March 1991, 11.

Smith, Evan. Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 3 November 1992, 7.

Tredway V, William M. “There’s Precedent For Gays.” Letter to the Editor. Watauga Democrat, 23 April 1979, 4A.

Wooten, K. “Gays: Yes.” Letter to the Editor. The Appalachian, 1 May 1979, 2.

Selected Newspaper Articles

Anderson, Andrea. “AGAA Promotes Awareness: Serves as Social and Political Outlet.” The Appalachian, 3 October 1985, 4.

Associated Press. “Gay Students Keep a Low Profile Despite More Acceptance.” Watauga Democrat, 5 January 1994, 8B.

“ASU Recognizes Gay Association.” Watauga Democrat, 5 April 1979, 2.

Austin, Lynn. “Pen Point.” Watauga Democrat, 11 June 1979, 5A.

Bauman, David. “Questioning Homosexual Rhetoric: Hard line Homosexuals Continue the Quest for Unquestioned Acceptance.” The Appalachian, 26 February 1991, 9.

Baxter, Jim. “Guilford Gay Alliance Begins Second Year.” Charlotte Free Press, 6 October 1975, 8.

Big, I, Bite A. “Questions Students Answer: What Would You Do if Your Uncle was a Queer?” The Crappalachian, 1 April 1980, 2.

Blair, Walter W., Jr. “College Student Reports Gay Bashing.” Q-Notes, April 1993, 10.

Caldwell, Colby D. “A Subject Appropriate for College Students.” Appalachian, 25 February 1986, 4.

–. “Life as a Flaming Heterosexual.” Appalachian, 15 April 1986, 7.

“C.D. or not C.D.?” The Front Page, 16 May 1989, 3.

Casey, Allison. "B-GLAAD Votes to Undergo Name Change." The Appalachian, 22 February 2007, 5.

Coffron, Tracey. “College Students at Highest Risk for AIDS Infection.” The Appalachian, 26 February 1991, 1.

Cole, Sammie. “Gay Constitution Passes Senate.” The Appalachian, 5 April 1979, 1.

“College Groups Leave Their Mark.” The Front Page, 12 November 1993, 7.

“College Groups Organize.” The Front Page, 24 April 1992, 10.

Comer, Matt. “Appalachian Home: Gays and Lesbians are Flocking to Get a Piece of the Carolina Mountains.” Q-Notes, 18 October 2008, 29.

-. "Students Excused for Skipping Gay Day: Watauga School Superintendent Cites Safety Concerns." Q-Notes, 17 May 2008.

–. “Takeover on the Mountain: Popular Club Event for Gays Heads to Blowing Rock.” Q-Notes, 15 November 2008, 24.

–. “Wasting No Time.” Q-Notes, 4 October 2008, 27, 29.

Corbitt, Tom. “Gays Get Nod.” Watauga Democrat, 18 June 1979, 1.

–. “Week of Transition at ASU.” Watauga Democrat, 28 June 1979, 14A.

Cox, Rev. Ben. [Untitled Full-page Paid Letter to University]. The Appalachian, 26 January 1989, 9.

Daly, Jack. “Military Life is Not for Homosexuals.” The Appalachian, 16 February 1993.

“David Blust.” The Appalachian, 23 February 1978, 6.

Easter, Katie. “University Counseling Center Offers Group Therapy.” The Appalachian, 13 September 2007, 1.

Easter, Katie, and Rebecca Gardner. “Committee Considers Transgender Housing in Residence Halls.” The Appalachian, 15 November 2007, 1, 3.

“ECU Gay Group Denied Funds.” The Front Page, 23 January 1980, 3.

Farthing, David R. “Fall Fashion for the Homophobe.” The Appalachian, 10 September 1987, 14. –. “Hetero, Homosexual Stereotypes Harmful: Refuting Militant Lesbian Outcries.” The Appalachian, 28 April 1987, 10.

–. “Why do They Walk Funny?: How Stereotypes are Produced.” The Appalachian, 30 April 1987, 12.

Ferguson, Carol. “Counselors Offer Discussions on Homosexual Problems.” The Appalachian, 4 February 1975, 4.

Fogleman, E.M. “God Did Not Make Anyone Homosexual.” Watauga Democrat, 3 May 1979, 4A.

“4th Annual Boone Pride Festival Set for June 13 to 15.” High Country Press, 29 May 2008, 11B.

Gambrell, Alan E. “Especially in N.C.” The Front Page, 21 November 1992, 7.

“Gay Association Forms; Seeks Recognition.” The Appalachian, 1 March 1979, 1.

“Gay Awareness Group Under Fire: Referendum Called.” Watauga Democrat, 30 April 1979, 1.

Guignard, Jimmy. “Can You Deal with Alternative Lifestyles?” The Appalachian, 19 November 1987, 5.

Harris, Chris. “Gay Association Gets Approval.” The Appalachian, 30 August 1979, 4.

–. “Gay Bill Gets 3-1 ‘No’ Vote.” The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 1.

–. “Gay Referendum in the Balance.” The Appalachian, 1 May 1979, 3.

–. “Was Vote Indicative of Students?” Opinion Editorial, The Appalachian, 3 May 1979, 4.

Harr, Julia. "Unisex Restrooms Approved." The Appalachian, 30 November 2006, 1.

“Herb’s Not ‘Erb’s.” Charlotte Free Press, 25 August 1975, 2.

Herrera, Alba. “Masculine or Feminine – What’s the Difference?” The Appalachian, 7 November 1985.

Hogan, Lillian. "ASU Begins Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Ally Program." The Appalachian, 7 March 2006, 1.

“Homosexual Studies on Campus.” The Front Page, 26 June 1980, 2.

Huffman, Trent. “New AIDS Advisory Council Formed at ASU to Inform Students.” The Appalachian, 24 April 1986, 1.

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