Welcome to DFW Indian Princess – YoHeWah Nation

Thank you for your interest in the Indian Princess program of the DFW/North Tarrant County area.   The purpose of the program is to foster understanding and companionship between fathers and daughters.  Our slogan, “Friends Always”, means that fathers and daughters strive to develop a close, enduring relationship by sharing enjoyable experiences, learning about one another, and developing mutual respect.  Some of the various activities and charitable causes which we take part in are camping, sporting events, Father Daughter Dance, fishing day, roller skating and many more events.

Registration for the 2017-2018 Season is now only $75!

Head on over to the Bear Creek Federation website to sign up.

If you have an RV, be sure that you pay the $50 annual fee. In the registration system go to “Shop -> Store” then click “Add to cart” under “Yo-He-Wah Nation Season RV Pass 2017-2018” (the one on the right). Then click “Shopping Cart” and checkout like you would on any other shopping site.

Next Nation Event

Rocket Day @ TCC NE Campus
Jun 3 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

 Mission Control has been hard at work planning Rocket Day, June 3rd. Below are the launch windows by tribe. These are suggested launch times; they are not required. If you cannot make your tribe’s launch window, come on out whenever your schedule allows—you may launch anytime.

We will have all engines at the event. Assemble your rockets with time for the glue to dry 24 hours before launch. Location is TCC NE Campus located at 828 West Harwood Road in Hurst, TX.  Please let us know if you have any questions or need additional information. 

Launch Time Tribe (s)
10:00 Arapaho, Shawnee
10:20 Blackfeet, Zuni
10:40 Tejas
11:00 Crow, Caddo
11:20 Hopi
Noon Potawatomi, Creek
12:20 Choctaw
12:40 Shoshoni
1:00 Kiowa, Pawnee
1:20 Ojibway
1:40 Cheyenne
2:20 Chippewa
2:40 Lakota
3:00 Cree


The Aims of the Indian Princess program are:

  • To be clean in body and pure in heart.
  • To be “Friends Always” with my father (daughter).
  • To love the sacred circle of my family.
  • To listen while others speak.
  • To love my neighbor as myself.
  • To seek and preserve the beauty of the Great Spirit’s work in forest, field, and stream.

The Yo-He-Wah Indian Princess Program seeks to strengthen the foundations for a positive lifelong relationship between Father and Daughter.  Join/Register Now