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A History of
In the United States
More than 150 indigenous North American tribes had specific categories and language to describe individuals living outside the binary. Jesuits and missionaries described gender variance in colonial terms. Historical records have neglected the history of nonbinary Native Americans. Recent efforts by LGBT Native Americans now ensure that these histories are included in their tribes’ collective memories.
1. We’Wha, Zuni Ihamana, 1884-1896 - Not yet assigned 2. Osh-Tisch, 1854-1929 - Not yet assigned
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