26. Ross to National Council, November 18, 1874. Regarding improvements on “Shaw Place.” (See Box 2, folders 12-15).
27. Editorial on John Ross, Sequoyah, from the Cherokee Advocate, November 14, 1874. Regarding busts prepared of Sequoyah and John Ross.
28. Council proceedings from the Cherokee Advocate, November 14, 1874. Regarding Cherokee citizenship and other issues.
29. Editorial on Ross from the Cherokee Advocate, January 16, 1875. Regarding lawlessness by the Governor to prevent a Territory government.
1. Acts approved by Ross from the Cherokee Advocate, January 16, 1875. Regarding seven new acts for the Cherokee Nation on permit laws, etc.
2. Acts approved by Ross from the Cherokee Advocate, January 30, 1875. Regarding citizenship, education, etc.
3. Ross to the National Council, November 1, 1875. Regarding refusal to sign an act authorizing appointment of a special deputy.
4. Appointment of Ross to Senate from the Vindicator, Feb. 2, 1876. Regarding name of Ross sent to U.S. Congress for confirmation as U.S. Indian Agent for Five Civilized Tribes.
5. Criticism of Ross from the Cherokee Advocate, March 1, 1876 for the appointment of Ross as the Indian agent.
6. Nomination of Ross withdrawn by the Cherokee Advocate, March 11, 1876. Regarding the name of Ross withdrawn by the president because he is an Indian citizen.
7. Editorial on proclamation of Ross from the Cherokee Advocate, May 6, 1876. Regarding objection to the work because of irregularities in the promulgating of the rule.
8. Letter of Ross to Boudinot from the Cherokee Advocate, Feb. 3, 1877. Regarding the bill to organize Oklahoma Territory.
9. Address of Cherokees by Ross from the Indian Journal, May 17, 1877. Regarding Cherokee education.