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May 14, 2013

The Osage Tribal Princess elections will be held at the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance May 18 at the Osage County Fairgrounds

Two young Osage women are throwing their names into the proverbial hat for a chance to be the next Osage Tribal Princess.

Alaina Maker and Autumn Williams are asking for the Osage people’s vote May 18 at the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance. The honor dance is being held at the Osage County Fairgrounds and will have gourd dance, a free meal, contests in adult and junior divisions and intertribal dancing.

April 12, 2013

Winner to be decided at the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance May 18

September 5, 2012

Dora Jo Williams the 2012-2013 Osage Tribal Princess attended the 2012 American Indian Exposition of Oklahoma in Anadarko from August 8 to 11.

Dora Jo Williams the 2012-2013 Osage Tribal Princess attended the 2012 American Indian Exposition of Oklahoma in Anadarko from August 8 to 11.

August 22, 2012

Dora Jo Williams attends the 81st Annual American Indian Exposition of Oklahoma

When Dora Jo Williams put on her crown and sash in her hotel room in Anadarko, Okla., she began to feel a sense of pride as she will be representing 16,150 Osage tribal members for the next year.

“It makes me feel great and awesome to be able to represent my tribe as the Osage Tribal Princess,” Williams said.

Williams, 18, was the 2011-2012 Osage Tribal Princess and kept the title for another year as the 2012-2013 Osage Tribal Princess.

July 18, 2012

Indian Taco Fundraiser for princess scheduled July 19 at Wakon Iron Hall

Osage Tribal Princess, Dora Jo Williams, is making preparations to attend the 81st American Indian Exposition in Anadarko Aug. 8-11.

Williams, who is serving as OTP for a second time, will represent the Osage Nation as she attends the Expo in "Indian City."

Her family has organized an Indian Taco Fundraiser and Silent Auction July 19, to be held at Wakon Iron Hall in Pawhuska. It costs $7 for an Indian Taco, dessert and a drink, and the family will also be serving grape dumplings. All proceeds will go to assist Williams at the Expo.

June 7, 2012

The Osage Nation Election Day Dance was held on Monday, June 4 on the Osage Campus in Pawhuska

The Osage Nation Election Day Dance was held on Monday, June 4 on the Osage Campus in Pawhuska. Head Singer was Craig Satepauhoodle, the Head Lady Dancer was the 2011-2012 Osage Princess Dora Jo Williams and the Head Man Dancer was Talon Satepauhoodle.

July 21, 2011

She will represent the Nation at the American Indian Expo in August

2011 Osage Tribal Princess Dora Williams received her crown during a reception held for the special occasion July 9.

Williams, who will be a Pawhuska High School senior this fall, was crowned by outgoing 2010 Osage Tribal Princess Vanessa Moore at the reception. More than 60 people turned out for the event at the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center.

“Thank you all for coming,” Moore told the crowd, “Being Osage Princess has been a wonderful experience for me. I know the incoming princess, Dora, will do a great job.”

January 28, 2011

The Osage Tribal Princess will be crowned at the Osage Princess Election Dance May 21. Voting will be from noon to 7 p.m. at the Hominy Indian Village.

For more information to run for Osage Tribal Princess contact Angela Toineeta at (918) 885-2976 or e-mail her at angelast6212@hotmail.com. The Osage Tribal Princess will be crowned at the Osage Princess Election Dance May 21.

January 27, 2011

Contact Angela Toineeta at (918) 885-2976 or e-mail her at angelast6212@hotmail.com

For more information to run for Osage Tribal Princess contact Angela Toineeta at (918) 885-2976 or e-mail her at angelast6212@hotmail.com. The Osage Tribal Princess will be crowned at the Osage Princess Election Dance May 21.

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March 30, 2010
Moore will be crowned sometime this summer before the American Indian Exposition Fair in Anadarko, Okla.