A proposed act referring to the changing of the election precinct then located in Nani Lakali, Blue Co., Choctaw Nation. Passed House October 18, 1869. Passed Senate October 18, 1869. Approved October 18, 1869.
A resolution of November 3, 1882, that the reports of Basil S. LeFlore, National Auditor, and Coleman Nelson, National Treasurer, for the fiscal year of August 1, 1881 to July 31, 1882 be accepted as true and correct. Passed and approved November...
A resolution of November 3, 1882 that the report of J.S. Standley, National Agent for the fiscal year August 1, 1881 until July 31, 1882 be accepted as true and correct. Passed and approved November 4, 1882.
Resolution by the Choctaw Council requesting the governor to write a letter to the President to empower a delegation to petition Choctaw requests in Washington, to give the agent supervisory control over the Leased District, etc. November 4, 1857.
A resolution asking the two houses of the General Council of the Choctaw Nation to meet in joint session, to interpret and pass the committee report. Passed Senate March 9, 1872. Passed House March 12, 1872. Approved March 12, 1872.
A proposed act to pay the board of Alfred Wight, W. W. Hampton, Alex Benton, and Sam McGee, for October term of the General Council for 1871. Passed House March 8, 1872. Passed Senate March 15, 1872. Approved March 15, 1872.
A proposed act to give the Principal Chief of the Nation the power to aid in the removal of the Freedom beyond the limits of the Nation. Passed House March 12, 1872. Passed Senate March 11, 1872, approved March 14, 1872.
A proposed act to exchange for currency the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in bonds of the United States, which are to be issued to authorities of the Choctaw Nation. Passed Senate, passed House March 16, 1872. Approved March 18, 1872.
A proposed act asking William Bryant, Principal Chief of the Nation, to request of the Secretary of the Interior a complete copy of all claims under the 12th article of Treaty of 1855. Passed House March 18, 1872. Passed Senate and was approved...