g. Letter of the delegates about the Isparhechar Rebellion. The letter is from L. C. Perryman and G. W. Grayson to H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, January 8, 1883.
2. Instructions to Grayson, Coachman, C. Micco, and Perryman as the Creek delegates to Washington, DC, December 1, 1885.
3. Creek Nation legal documents, 1900-1916:
a. An act by W. W. Hastings "to provide for carrying into effect of the agreement between the United States and the Muskogee (Creek) Nation...". March 21, 1916.
b. Letter from W. W. Hastings to G. W. Grayson re: the above bill, March 23, 1916.
c. Muskogee Times-Democrat--March 12, 1914: "Hastings Says Indian Funds Are Not Being Dissipated" by W. W. Hastings.
d. Letter to G. W. Grayson from R. C. Allen, National Attorney for the Creek Nation, with an enclosure of Allen's letter to W. W. Hastings, January 21, 1916.
e. Letter from the National Attorney for the Creek Nation to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs re: a report on an investigation of probate conditions in Creek County during September 1915. October 9, 1915.
f. Several papers re: an act appropriating $6,967.50 in favor of C. W. Turner and W. B. Hord, 1900.
4. Letter from the Principal Chief of the Creek Nation to W. L. Sturdevant re: the Kendall College claim of $10,000, February 7, 1916.
5. Letter prepared for and used by Secretary Garfield (Interior) in transmitting his proposed bill re: Indian Affairs for the Five Civilized Tribes to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. February 8, 1908.
6. Resolution to call the Creek National Council into session, October 26, 1909.
7. Letter to J. R. Garfield (Secretary of the Interior) from the Principal Chief of the Creek Nation and the Creek delegates re: the closing of tribal affairs, January 1908. This appears to be a draft of the letter.
8. Form letter from G. W. Grayson to his constituents, January 23, 1908.
9. Address of "a few" of the Creek Indians to the Congressional Committee sent out to observe and ascertain the views of the Creeks on certain tribal matters, n.d.