2. Views of War
3. Editor's Thoughts, for the Closing Days of 1890
4. A Dangerous Smoke (Tobacco)
5. Peace Doctrine Practical
6. Historical Sketches, Ch. VIII
7. A French Writer Says
(k) No. 65, 1891:
1. Be Still in God (poem)
2. Workers and their Work
3. Our Accounts for the Year 1890.
4. Children's Page: To Sad a Little Girl (poem) Olga's Dream.
5. Historical Sketches, Ch. 9, Miscellaneous copies of The Day-Star Continued K…Conspiracy against Kicking Bird. One page from The Day-Star, no date.
5. Battey, Thomas C.- “Thomisy & the Indians with an Introductory Chapter Containing Some Unpublished History of the Treatment of Indians by our Government,” 16 ½ pages written in longhand on ledger book pages.
Treaties with Indians; treaty defined; obligations of treaty signers; treaty with Cherokees in 1828; Treaty with Creeks and Seminoles in 1856; whites not Indians first to break treaties; government yields to pressure of whites to remove Indians; Poncas moved in 1876; 1878 Northern Cheyennes moved; Northern Cheyennes escape from reservation-captured; annexation of Texas infringes upon Indian Territory; Indian (Comanches) resist-put down by troops; Delawares moved four times in century; hardship of Delawares; failure of government to make full appropriation payment; causes of Ute Indian war; failure of government to provide adequate education; Indian Wars result of government breaking treaties; discovery of gold in Colorado upsets Indians; Cheyenne Sand Creek massacre by Col. Covington; (pages 12 & 13 have been partially pasted over with additional material) General Custer massacre of Cheyenne at Ft. Cobb in 1868; conflict between Bannock Indians and U.S. troops in Wyoming; testimony of Army generals that Indians were not first to break treaties; Society of Friends meet with president elect U.S. Grant, request appointments as Indian agents; Orthodox Friends assigned as agents to the Kansas and Indian Territory area; Friends’ executive committee made recommendations of agents, teachers, to president; Orthodox Friends served as agents for the Southern Cheyenne,