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Osage Princess Sorority Honor Dance

Katelynn Pipestem of Skiatook was named the new Osage Tribal Princess during Saturday’s 10th-annual honor-dance event. This Thursday, the Osages will begin their month-long In-Lon-Schka tradition under the arbor at Gray Horse. The dancing moves to Hominy and Pawhuska later in the month..  Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Katelynn Pipestem of Skiatook was named the new Osage Tribal Princess during Saturday’s 10th-annual honor-dance event. This Thursday, the Osages will begin their month-long In-Lon-Schka tradition under the arbor at Gray Horse. The dancing moves to Hominy and Pawhuska later in the month.. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Head Woman, at left, was Lauren Wetselline and Layton Lamsam was the Head Man for the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance held Saturday in the Agriculture Building at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Head Woman, at left, was Lauren Wetselline and Layton Lamsam was the Head Man for the Osage Tribal Princess Sorority Honor Dance held Saturday in the Agriculture Building at the Osage County Fairgrounds. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Darian Lookout of Pawhuska finished as the runner-up in Saturday’s Osage Tribal Princess competition at the Osage County Fairgrounds. The out-going Osage Princess was Autumn Williams.
Darian Lookout of Pawhuska finished as the runner-up in Saturday’s Osage Tribal Princess competition at the Osage County Fairgrounds. The out-going Osage Princess was Autumn Williams.

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