78 From David Folsom (Chahta Tamaha). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 26, 1842. Re: problems with Folsom's land claim, need for Choctaw schools, Pitchlynn's possible appointment as head of school and the need for the school to be run by Choctaws and not whites.
79 From Peter P. Pitchlynn (Washington, D.C.) To John Spencer, Secretary of War. Dated March 25, 1842. Re: description of problems between Texans and Choctaws and asks the United States to fulfill its obligations to protect the Choctaws from foreign enemies.
80 From Israel Folsom (New Hope). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated June 14, 1842. Re: celebrations before election, David Folsom's address at a temperance celebration, and suggesting that Pitchlynn speak on patriotism.
81 From Israel Folsom (New Hope). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Aug. 22, 1842. Re: request for Pitchlynn to come up immediately due to problem with slaves and speaks of his fears of Speckman.
82 From David Folsom (Doaksville, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Oct. 1, 1842. Re: list of suggestions about school and the need to remove whites from the nation (10 in all) as well as to convince the General Council to take strong measures.
83 From George W. Harkins (Doaksville, C.N.) To Peter P. Pitchlynn and Robert M. Jones. Dated Nov. 17, 1842. Re: his inability to attend the General Council meeting and his request that it pass a law on finders' rights in the mines during the current session of such Council.
84 From John McDonna. "Chief Fletcher's Ball Play Song." 1842.
85 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To James Fletcher. Dated Dec. 1842. Draft re: petition for blacks to be returned to Pitchlynn from Elizabeth Perry since she did not fulfill the debts of his deceased father's estate.