54. “Last Cherokee Council,” from the Welch Watchman, December 15, 1904, regarding the end of the Cherokee Nation with the adjournment of the Council.
55. Editorial on an address by Lahay from the Nowata Advertiser, December 16, 1904, regarding Cherokee citizens to become good U.S. citizens.
56. Article on William Charles Rogers from the Madill News, December 23, 1904, regarding Rogers as the new head of a bank.
57. Interview with William Charles Rogers from the Cherokee Advocate, December 24, 1904, regarding the restrictions on the sale of Indian lands.
58. Editorial on William Charles Rogers from the Indian Republican, December 30, 1904, regarding a synopsis of the chiefs of the Cherokee Nation.
59. Editorial on William Charles Rogers from the Indian Republican, January 6, 1905, regarding Rogers as a stockholder in the Bank of Talala.
60. Editorial on William Charles Rogers from the Wynnewood New Era, February 2, 1905, regarding acts received by Rogers from the Cherokee National Council.
61. Article regarding an act received by Rogers from the Coalgate Courier, February 2, 1905.
62. “Old Payment Rolls,” from the Collinsville News, February 9, 1905, regarding the Dawes Commission and the payment rolls of 1896.
63. Editorial on unfinished enrollment from the Reporter, April 7, 1905, regarding the field parties of the Dawes Commission.
64. News item on William Charles Rogers from the Weekly Examiner, April 29, 1905, regarding the Delaware holdings and the president of the U.S. ignoring Indian laws on the lands.
65. Editorial on the Cherokee from the Reporter, May 26, 1905, regarding that the court states that intermarried whites before November 28, 1877, are entitled to a share in the Cherokee land funds.
66. Editorial on William Charles Rogers and Johnston, et al, from the Bartlesville Enterprise, June 2, 1905, regarding the closing of Cherokee education and its prospects.
67. Editorial on William Charles Rogers from the Vinita Republican, June 9, 1905, regarding the fact that Rogers called an election of the Council for August.