39. Article about the Cherokee chiefs, from the Weekly Examiner, August 29, 1903, regarding terms of office of the chief of the Cherokee Nation.
40. Article announcing a new book to be printed in Cherokee, in the Weekly Examiner, April 22, 1904.
41. Article on the musical names of Cherokee towns, The Claremore Messenger, August 23, 1904.
42. Article on the printing of a book in Cherokee, in The Reporter, April 22, 1904.
43. “Historic Fort Gibson” from the Fort Gibson Post, October 15, 1904, regarding the history of Fort Gibson.
44. Article on the history of the Cherokee, from the Marble City Enterprise, May 6, 1905, regarding John Ross.
45. Editorial on John Ross from the Tulsa Chief, March 20, 1906, regarding John Ross’s plan to move the Cherokees to old Mexico instead of Indian Territory when removed from Georgia lands.
46. “Myths of the Cherokee” from the Grove Sun, July 2, 1909, regarding the part played by John Ross in the history and the myth of the Cherokees.
47. Note on John Ross from the Dewey World, January 13, 1910 announcing that the teacher in the local school is a granddaughter of John Ross.
48. Letter from Howard Payne from the Saint Louis Republic, June 26, 1910, regarding the accomplishments of John Ross. Also included is the article, “Cherokees Are Proud of John Ross.”
49. A biographical sketch of John Ross from Strum's Wild West and Oklahoma Magazine, March 1911.
50. A biographical sketch of John Ross from the Daily Oklahoman, January 26, 1930.
51. A biographical sketch of John Ross from Thomas Donaldson’s “Eastern Band of Cherokee” in 11th Census.
52. “Chief John Ross” from John D. Benedict’s Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma.
53. A biographical sketch of John Ross from Thoburn and Holcomb’s A History of Oklahoma.