24. The Indian Citizen August 23, 1906; "letter to the editor" which criticizes Green McCurtain
and his efforts to allow the freedmen to be adopted by the tribe. cites Chickasaw refusal to
25. The New State Tribune September 6, 1906; address by Thomas W. Hunter to Choctaws
urging them to support the Democratic Party, since the Republicans were pushing for joint
statehood (discusses the Sequoyah movement, political dispossession of Indians, etc.)
26. The Ardmore Statesman September 21, 1906; announcing sale of unallotted Choctaw and
Chickasaw lands at public auction.
27. The Indian Citizen November 1, 1906; letter of J.G. Ralls to editor, regarding failure of
Green McCurtain to call for elections for governor and national council as required by the
28. Lehigh Leader November 15, 1906; lists Choctaw and Chickasaw delegates who were to
meet with U.S. Senators visiting Indian Territory.
29. The Welch Watchman February 7, 1907; editorial on Choctaw-Chickasaw freedmen.
30. The Welch Watchman May 23, 1907; announces release of attorneys who had served to
enroll Choctaw tribal members.
31. The Muldrow Press November 15, 1907; regarding legality of Secretary Hitchcock's
removal of 1,100 people from the Choctaw-Chickasaw rolls.
32. The Union Review July 9, 1908; regarding the theft of Indian land by corruption.
33. The Dewey World September 10, 1908; regarding commissioners obtaining proof verifying
that Mississippi Choctaws and Chickasaws were living on their allotments.
34. Johnston County Democrat January 28, 1910; regarding settlement of claims involving land
allotted to freedmen.
35. The Ardmore Statesman February 5, 1910; supplemental enrollment of tribal members.
36. The Ardmore Statesman March 19, 1910; supplemental enrollment of tribal members.
37. The Ardmore Statesman November 11, 1911; regarding per capita payments to Choctaws
38. Johnston County Capital-Democrat January 2, 1913; final report on the sale of unallotted
land (see also Box 47, folder 26)
39. The Tishomingo Leader May 29, 1914; editorial on the re-opening of the tribal rolls.