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LGBTQ* People You Should Know
We’Wa (1849–1896)
*Zuni Native American; Lhamana (Two-Spirit) ; accomplished weaver and potter
We’wa spent six months in Washington D.C. with anthropologist Matilda Coxe Stevenson in the late 1800s.  During this time, We’Wa met President Grover Cleveland, who was never informed that We’Wa identified as Two-Spirit. book
For more information, read Will Roscoe’s  The Zuni Man-Woman (1991)

Alternative spellings of We’Wa:  We-Wa; We’Wha; We Wa

LGBTQ* People You Should Know

We’Wa (1849–1896)

*Zuni Native American; Lhamana (Two-Spirit) ; accomplished weaver and potter

We’wa spent six months in Washington D.C. with anthropologist Matilda Coxe Stevenson in the late 1800s.  During this time, We’Wa met President Grover Cleveland, who was never informed that We’Wa identified as Two-Spirit. book

For more information, read Will Roscoe’s  The Zuni Man-Woman (1991)

Alternative spellings of We’Wa:  We-Wa; We’Wha; We Wa