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A History of
In the United States
Before the availability of hormones, surgery, or trans communities, many transgender and gender nonconforming people in the United States consolidated their identities and took steps toward authenticity, often crossliving. This chapter will describe the contributions of early transgender Americans to the field of transgender health. - Jemimah Wilkensen (died 1776), AFAB; Teri Wilhelm? - Mary Jones; Unassigned - Joseph Lobdell/Lucy Lobdell, 1829-1885; Bambi Lobdell BAMBI LOBDEL -Georgia Black, 1906-1951; Unassigned - Alan Hart, 1890–1962; Unassigned -Lou Sullivan: JAMISON GREEN - Lucy Hicks Anderson, 1886-1954; Unassigned - Virginia Prince (including her academic work and activism), 1912-2009; DALLAS DENNY - Louise Lawrence, 1912-1976; MS BOB DAVIS AND JULIAN GILL-PETERSON - James McHarris/Annie Lee Grant; Unassigned - Marsha P. Johnson; Unassigned - Sylvia Rivera; TERI WILHELM
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