By John Adolphus Bernard Dahlgren
ВооружениеВМФ США по состоянию на 1856 г. Орудия, боеприпасы, обслуживание.
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A number of historians and anthropologists were fascinated by this discovery and set out to chronicle the berdache tradition. They saw in it a potential model for childhood socialization that might ultimately lead to gay liberation, and if not that, at least a path toward a more gender tolerant society for tomboys and sissies to develop into lesbians and gays. 2 The berdache putatively embodied both the masculine and the feminine, moved easily between the segregated worlds of indigenous men and women, and offered moderns an alternative, more natural and less constrained way to live and love.
Must not eat any food prepared by a married woman. It must be cooked by a maiden or old woman. 8 Zeisberger noted the intense relationships that could evolve between men: “Two comrades who have been reared together or have become attached to one another will be very close and constant companions. . ” Such friendships could also develop within the bounds of the Moravian towns. The Delaware convert Michael lived for many years in the house of unmarried brothers in Bethlehem and took every opportunity to express his pleasure in this arrangement.
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Boat Armament of the U. S. Navy by John Adolphus Bernard Dahlgren