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CHICKASAW NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Wolf, Jonas (d. 1900) Printed materials 1884-1900 .25 foot
Indian chief. Typescripts of messages, statements, and proclamations (1884-1900) made by Wolf as governor of the Chickasaw Nation on the issues of land use, finances, allotments, and statehood, along with typescripts of newspaper articles and editorials (1894) regarding Wolf's arrest for embezzlement.
1. Message of Jonas Wolf taken from the Indian Journal, May 15, 1884. Recommendations by the Governor of the Chickasaw Nation to an extra session of the Legislature, regarding pay of law officers, land and fences.
2. Message of Wolf to the Chickasaw Legislature on Sept. 3, 1884 as reported in the Indian Journal, Sept. 18, 1884, regarding annual message speaking of the need of competent law enforcement and a "pep talk" to his people.
3. Message of Wolf to the Legislature on October 29, 1884 from the Indian Champion, November 8, 1884, regarding law officers and deputies.
4. Editorial on the Wolf Convention from the Purcell Register, July 29, 1892, regarding the convention of selecting nominees by full bloods.
5. Editorial on Jonas Wolf selecting his Cabinet from the Purcell Register, September 16, 1892, regarding listing of the officers.
6. Editorial on Wolf and the Chickasaw Legislature from the Purcell Register, October 21, 1892, regarding the financial state of affairs, of the Nation.
7. Editorial on Wolf from the Purcell Register, January 13, 1893, regarding an article in the Alliance Courier about land allotments.
8. News item on Wolf from the Purcell Register, Jan. 19, 1893, regarding allotments and the full bloods.
9. Editorial on Wolf from the Purcell Register, Feb. 23, 1893, regarding issue of the authority of Gov. Wolf to issue a requisition to the Gov. of Arkansas.