Otoe-Missouria Tribal Princess

Posted By BrokenClaw on August 1, 2008

Like many other native American tribes, the Otoe-Missouria annually select a Princess to represent the tribe at official events and to act as a goodwill ambassador. The selection process culminates in the naming of the princess at the opening of the Encampment each July. The following list was originally transcribed from the 2007 Encampment program.

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Year Princesses
1949 Claudia Brown NoEar Spicer
1950 Marlene Kihega Echohawk
1951 Patricia DeRoin
1952 Mildred DeRoin Watson
1953 Freda Munroe Cloud
1954 Claudette Moore Morris
1955 Mary Mae Hall Barnes
1956 Pharabe Littlecrow Botone
1957 Reba Homeratha
1958 Marie Moore Arkeketa, Mitzie Whitefeather
1959 Carmen Moore Everhart, Marie Moore Arkeketa
1960 Denise Tillman
1961 Rosella DeRoin
1962 Shirley Childs
1963 Chelena White Deer
1964 Inez Black Howlingwolf
1965 Glenda Moncooyea Lancaster
1966 Sheryle Littlecrow Seidner
1967 Eva Munroe Jones
1968 Linda Bassett Francis, Sharon and Karen Hammond
1969 Rita Koshiway
1970 Deanna Jo Harragarra Waters
1971 Billie Tohee Concha
1972 Susan Arkeketa
1973 Billie Tohee Concha
1974 Arlene Grant Hensley
1975 Debbie Childs Coffey
1976 Rhonoda Seimen William
1977 Debbie Mzhickteno, Kathy Homeratha
1978 Pauline Atkins
1980 Edna Faw Faw
1981 Marcella Grant
1982 Olivia Harjo Price
1983 Johnnie D. Childs Barney
1984 Angela Oyebi Heim
1985 Alicia Harvey
1986 Laura Sigwing, Timmi Chante Huber
1987 Angela Barnett, Karen Ahhaitty
1988 Rebecca Hamilton Brady, Tara George
1989 Kennetha Seimen, Thomasita Chama
1991 Ivene Roubedeaux, Janna Childs
1992 Verona Deer
1993 Karel Ann Coffey
1994 Tara Dawn Deer
1995 Regan McDonald
1996 Carolee Ann Bible
1997 Carolee Ann Bible
1998 Shanell Dent
1999 Da Lynn Marie Alley
2000 Diana Mare Grant
2001 Sunni Hare
2002 Ashley Jacobsen
2003 Andrea Nicole Kihega
2004 Jessica Rosemary Moore
2005 Jennifer Moses
2006 Enedena “Dena” Reveles
2007 Elsie Rose Whitehorn
2008 Tashina Rene Littlecook
2009 Summer Moore
2010 Rachel Marie Barney
2011 Jessica Arkeketa

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