Two copies of a letter from Paul McKennon of Clarksville, Arkansas to R.L. Kidd, a former newspaperman in Poteau, Oklahoma. This letter contains explanations of how criminals were punished under Seminole law (1940).
A proposed act to prohibit introducing steer cattle in the Choctaw Nation except in the months of November and December. Passed House October 26, 1888. Passed Senate October 27, 1888. Became a law by its own limitation on October 30, 1888.
A proposed act authorizing the principal chief to order the National Secretary to distribute Law books in his possession, printed by J.P. Folsom. Passed House October 30, 1871. Passed Senate October 31, 1871. Approved October 31, 1871.
A proposed act to appropriate $1000.00 so that Forbis LeFlore, Superintendent of Public Schools, might carry out the provision of the law paper of November 1871. Passed House, Senate was approved March 19, 1872.
An act to organize and establish the circuit courts of the Choctaw Nation and to define their power and jurisdiction in law and to fix the salary of the judges thereof. Passed and approved with amendment November 3, 1883.
A resolution providing pay for extra services of J.F. McCurtain, Principal Chief of Choctaw Nation. Passed House November 2, 1883. Passed Senate November 3, 1883. Became a law three days after it was passed by Senate.