Map of North America at the start of Queen Anne's War (1702), showing areas occupied by the three European powers
The Transgender Pride Flag, created by American transgender woman Monica Helms in 1999, and first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona, United States, in 2000
Map of the British and French settlements in North America in 1750, before the French and Indian War
Anthropologist George Catlin's painting, "Dance to the Berdache" [sic]. Circa 1861–1869, among the Sac and Fox Nations. Catlin's writings about gay and gender-variant Indigenous peoples were not flattering.
Portrait of the Public Universal Friend from 1821
Lithogram of Mary Jones drawn by H. R. Robinson in 1836
Albert Cashier in 1864
Jennie June posing in imitation of the Sleeping Hermaphroditus statue, published 1918.
The 1953 film Glen or Glenda dealt with transsexuality and transvestism.
Holly Woodlawn, Andy Warhol superstar, in 2007
Gene Compton's Cafeteria Riot 40th Anniversary Historical Marker at corner of Taylor and Turk in San Francisco
Sandy Stone, as transgender engineer of Olivia Records, was targeted in the 1970s; she has been cited as the originator of transgender studies.
Parents of transgender children became active in the 2000s
Police chief Heather Fong, Theresa Sparks, and Stephan Thorne, first Transgender San Francisco police officer
Chaz Bono appeared on Dancing with the Stars in 2011.
LGBTQ activist and actress Laverne Cox at San Francisco Trans March 2015
Caitlyn Jenner appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair in 2015.
Mount Holyoke became the first all women's college to accept openly transgender students in 2014.
San Francisco city officials and activists met in 2007 to urge Congress to include transgender people in the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Trans activists Jazz Jennings and Abby Stein at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference 2016
Willy Wilkinson, transgender writer and public health consultant, at San Francisco Trans March 2015
A transgender symbol
Dr. Ben Barres

People dressing and living differently from their sex assignment at birth and contributing to various aspects of American history and culture have been documented from the 17th century to the present day.

- History of transgender people in the United States

History of transgenderism in the United States

- Outline of United States history
Map of North America at the start of Queen Anne's War (1702), showing areas occupied by the three European powers

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