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Princesses at the Sesquicentennial Honoring Reception in Carson City for 1964’s Centennial Indian Princess

Shown are contestants or representatives of princesses at the Sesquicentennial Honoring Reception for 1964’s Centennial Indian Princess on Oct. 30 at Gold Dust West.
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Shown are contestants or representatives of princesses at the Sesquicentennial Honoring Reception for 1964’s Centennial Indian Princess on Oct. 30 at Gold Dust West.

From the left in the back row are Jessica Pishion, granddaughter of deceased princess Jennifer Ellison Pishion of Fallon; and Rupert Powers of Carson City and Teri Lynn Powers-Zastro of Elko, son and daughter of deceased princess Vicki Rupert of Carson City; Meg Edna Dick McDonald of Carson City; Aloha Calac-Jones of Susanville, now of Florida; Ernestine Hunter Moore of Austin, Nev.; and Barbara Williams Neuneker of Carson City representing her sister Shirley Williams Steel of Schurz.

From the left in the front row are Barbara Happy of Lovelock; Darlene McCloud Imus of Wadsworth; Patricia Roberts Alexander of Schurz, now of Sitka, Alaska; Linda Torres Johnson of Yerington; Donna Malone Anderson of Carson City; Deirdre Jones of Woodfords and Carol Frazier Lazore of St. Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation in New York.