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A Two Spirit. Some Native American tribes viewed homosexuality as people who were of Two Spirits, ba person housed both a male and female spirit... Please read more about this viewpoint here.

We'wha was a Zuni Native American from New Mexico. She was the most famous lhamana (Zuni term for two-spirit or homosexual in some tribes) and served as a crafter, spiritual mentor, and cultural ambassador for her people.

Comanche girl

Comanche woman - circa 1885 {Note: While most Comanche women have straight hair, this woman's hair appears wavy. This effect is caused by braiding her hair when it is wet, then loosening the braids once the hair is dry.

Native American Edward Curtis Nunivak Woman by griffinlb, via Flickr

Photograph of an Eskimo Girl. It was created in 1929 by Edward S. The photograph illustrates a Head-and-shoulders portrait of Eskimo woman of the Arctic region, wearing a nose ring and labret. Her hooded parka is made of intestinal parchment.

wife of The Milky Way – Comanche – 1872    Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=comanche=display=436#ixzz2A4BSkvYy

Comanche woman – 1868 Nokoney – Comanche – 1870 Buffalo Hump – Comanche - 1872 Timber Bluff – Comanche – 1872 The Milky Way – Comanche – 1872 wife of The Milky Way – Comanche – 1872

Randy’L He-dow Teton (born 1976) is the Shoshone woman who posed as the model for the US Sacagawea dollar coin, first issued in 2000. She is the first Native American woman to pose for an American coin and the only living person whose image appears on American currency:

Randy’L He-dow Teton is the Shoshone woman who posed as the model for the US Sacagawea dollar coin, first issued in She is the first Native American woman to pose for an American coin and the only living person whose image appears on American currency.

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