49. Wagoner Record -- December 13, 1895: "Instructions Given by C.J. Harris" to the delegation in Washington. They must protest against and oppose measures for the establishment of a territorial government over the Indian Territory or the formation of a state into the union.
50. South McAlester Capital -- June 6, 1896: "Editorial on C.J. Harris". A council is called for the Five Civilized Tribes to meet at Fort Gibson. Not much was accomplished, since the tribes had not changed their views as far as allotment and statehood were concerned. The Choctaws were not in attendance.
51. Claremore Progress -- June 27, 1896: "Editorial on C.J. Harris". The Curtis bill has passed in the House of Representatives, and ex-Chief Harris thinks the Congress should prepare for allotment as it is bound to come.
52. South McAlester Capital -- January 14, 1897: "Editorial on message of R.M. Harris" referring to the allotment and statehood question. He is distressed over the situation.
53. Claremore Progress -- January 16, 1897: "Editorial on C.J. Harris" concerning the Dawes Commission and the Dawes-Choctaw Treaty. There is much dissatisfaction among the Cherokees over this.
54. Claremore Progress -- February 6, 1897: "The Chickasaw Commission by C.J. Harris". The Chickasaws disagree with the Choctaws over the Dawes-Choctaw Treaty. The Chickasaws think the treaty is without merit as far as they are concerned.
55. South McAlester Capital -- May 18, 1899: "Editorial on C.J. Harris" which is very complimentary to the ex-Chief.
56. Claremore Progress -- August 2, 1900: "Editorial on C.J. Harris", commenting on information from Harris relating to the law of having only one wife.
57. Muldrow Press --March 15, 1907: "History of Old Cherokee Laws and Treaties".
58. Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma (1922) by John D. Benedict. "C.J. Harris, Ex-Chief, Cherokee Nation". Very brief sketch of Harris' career.