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.
Finance committee report recommending the appointment of a special delegate to Washington D.C. to represent Choctaw interests. Oct 14, 1908. An act providing for the same, Oct 14, 1908. (Signed by Theodore Roosevelt)
Six letters from the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes to the National Secretary of the Choctaws (E.H. Wilson) accounting for the laws which were approved or disapproved by the President, March 1908 - April 1909 (incomplete)
Letter of William Bryant, P.C.C.N., to William Robuck, July 22, 1873; covers a variety of topics; intruders in Indian Territory, freedmen question, forbidding of Douglas H. Cooper from representing the Choctaws, etc.
Letter by Richard J. McCloskey of the Indian Health Service to the Choctaw people, letter is also endorsed by Hollis E. Roberts, P.C.C.N., January 29, 1981; letter cites proposed changes in eligibility for IHS services.
A proposed act prohibiting citizens to employ non-citizens to take charge of stocks of any kind or gather them from the range. Passed Senate November 1, 1887. Passed House November 7, 1887. Passed over veto of Principal Chief November 9, 1887.
The general council demands that the Principal Chief take necessary steps to cause L.G. Folsom to make final and satisfactory arrangements with the treasurer of the Choctaw Nation. Passed and approved November 14, 1890.
Bill No. 15. A resolution accepting the report of Jeff Fulton showing the expenditures made out of the contingent fund allowed him as school trustee for the Third District of the Choctaw Nation. Passed House and Senate October 25, 1901. Approved...