119 Newspaper clipping: Dated Oct. 21, 1863. Re: in defense of Peter P. Pitchlynn and a statement of his Southern Loyalties; by P.P. Pitchlynn himself. From the "Washington (Arkansas) Telegraph."
1 From Albert Pike, C.S.A. (Arkansas). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Oct. 24, 1863. Re: the Choctaws proving fine people; the arrival of Capt. Chisholm to the Choctaw country.
2 From E. Kirby Smith (Headquarters, Department of the Trans-Mississippi; Shreveport, Louisiana). To Samuel Garland. Dated Oct 30, 1863. Re: impending convention of Indian Nation delegates to the Confederate States.
3 From Samuel Garland. To E. Kirby Smith. Dated Oct. 30, 1863. Requests Confederate troops or a Confederate agent as protection against "Jay-hawkers."
4 From E. Cunningham (Headquarters, Department of the Trans-Mississippi; Shreveport, Louisiana). To Samuel Garland. Dated Oct. 31, 1863. Re: the arrest of those soldiers in Indian Country that are there without authority.
5 From Peter P. Pitchlynn (Eagle Town, C.N.). To Sam. Dated Nov. 20, 1863. Re: Wade; military orders; his lack of confidence in the military system; orders dispatched to the various counties.
6 From Albert Pike, C.S.A. (Peach Orchard Springs). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 23, 1863. Re: sorry upon hearing there are slanderous reports regarding Pitchlynn; the loss of Arkansas to the North; his worries as to the Indians' future and