34. Credentials of and instructions to G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman as appointed Creek delegates to Washington, DC (both are dated November 28, 1882).
Flap Folder VI
1. Pages 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9 of a letter from G. W. Grayson to Commissioner H. Price re: trouble with the Spa he cha party, and asking for government help in resolving the problem, July 6, 1883.
2. Letter from G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman to Samuel Checote re: the appeal to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for protection guaranteed under the Creek treaties, January 11, 1882.
3. Letter from the Creek delegates to Commissioner H. Price re: the protection of the Creeks according to treaty, January 20, 1883.
4. Letter from Samuel Checote to the National Council re: the general election, November 30, 1883. Pleasant Porter, President of the House of Kings, noted on the back that "Consideration indefinitely postponed and message tabled." Recorded by Sam Grayson, Clerk.
5. Two letters from D. M. Wisdom, U. S. Indian Agent, to G. W. Grayson re: balances due to individual Creeks for emigrating west, April 27 and May 14, 1895.
6. Letter from G. W. Grayson and L. C. Perryman to Samuel Checote re: Checote's request for military protection, January 25, 1882.
7. "An Act defining the right of way of railroads constructed through the Muskogee (Creek) Nation under the provisions of the treaty with the United States proclaimed August 11, 1866...", November 4, 1888.
8. Letter from Henry M. Teller, Secretary of the Interior, to the commissioner of Indian Affairs, re: his decision on the contested election for Principal chief of the Creek Nation, February 27, 1884.
9. A protest to the House of Kings against the action of the National Council in seating Isparhecher as Principal chief over J. M. Perryman, who had apparently been fairly elected by the people, December 17, 1883. Drafted by G. W. Grayson.
10. A resolution of members of the National Council, protesting the Council's seating of Isparhecher as Principal Chief over J. M. Perryman, December 17, 1883.
11. Letter from J. M. Perryman, Principal Chief, to the Creek delegates in Washington, DC, with instructions, January 8, 1884.