and requests that Philbrook "explain to them the indignation and resentment of their great Father at the Cawlip (?) murders they have committed." March 1824.
Land agreement entered into by D.G. Harris, Elizabeth Harris, W.R. Harris, and Eliza Harris. Jan. 1, 1844.
Personal letter from N.G. Mapy to cousin Needham Mapy. April 22, 1852.
"In the Circuit Court of Eagle County, Choctaw Nation, "dissolution of the marriage between Mary R. Pitchlynn and John Arnold. March 4, 1862.
Two letters. One is addressed to Major Lewis and both are addressed in Paris. They mention Jefferson, Madison, governmental affairs, etc.. July 1, 1842 & Oct. 28, 1842.
Letter to P.P. Pitchlynn from Thomas Stul (?) re. court case concerning the marriage of Mary Pitchlynn and John Arnold. Jan. 9, 1862.
Confederate States purchase order for 820 bushels of corn, signed by Captain Pitchlynn of the Choctaw Battalion. March 10 to May 17, 1862.
Letter to Col. B.P. Pitchlynn from Sampson Folsom re. John King and the Haskins case. Dec. 5, 1860.
3 Papers relating to the controversy between the Choctaws and Chickasaws - dispute over the eastern boundary of the Chickasaw District and financial matters.