44 From Lycurgus P. Pitchlynn (Eagle Town, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 9, 1866. Re: death of his newborn son; contracts offered the plantation slaves and their affection for Pitchlynn; a message from Mr. Byington.
45 From Samuel Garland. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 24, 1866. Re: Pitchlynn's former slaves continuing at the plantation; hopes for a good treaty with the federal.
46 From Allen Wright (Boggy Depot, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated March 1, 1867. Re: death of Peter P. Pitchlynn's son, Lycurgus; Comanche raids on horses; procurement of a Great Seal for the Choctaw Nation.
47 From Israel Folsom (Perryville, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Feb. 24, 1870. Re: issue of a territorial government; Gov. Wright's move to call a General Council to debate statehood and admission to the Union as a state or territory.
48 From Loring S.W. Folsom (Chahta Tamaha). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Aug. 29, 1870. Re: U.S. Marshals and their habitual arrests; treatment of civil and criminal matter in the Nation; the new territorial bill; Ku Klux Klan activities.
49 From Mary Rhoda Pitchlynn. To Charles G. Lombardi. Dated Oct. 27, 1870. Re: the blacks and sectionalizing land.
50 From Loring S.W. Folsom (Armstrong Academy). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 7, 1870. Re: appointing delegates to Okmulgee; sectionalizing land--the controversy; the Mustang Party. This is only to page two; the rest is unreadable.
51 From Horace Greely, Editor, New York Tribune (New York, New York). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Feb. 3, 1871. Re: sympathy for the Indians and statements about the injustices done them; the mistrust of Northerners because pro-Rebel elements in the Choctaw government; plea that if moneys be granted they not fall into such hands.