"Princess Tomahontas" was the stage name of a female magician with a unique mindreading act who was performing in American nightlubs during the mid-1940's.
She did a most impressive mindreading act, dressed as an American Indian, and featured a talk on Indian spirituality.
From the Bob Sachs "Magic" column in Billboard (10-11-47): "Saw Princess Tomahontas in a sealed-billet stint that is a corker. She has the wardrobe that it takes to put over an act and a lecture on the Great White Father gives her a great send-off."
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