A resolution authorizing the payment of Hon. C.E. Holson and Wilson Jones for services as commissioners on the Freedom Man Question. Passed Senate Nov. 10, 1875. Passed House and approved Nov. 12, 1875. J. White Speaker.
Bill No. 38. A resolution to accept as true and correct the report of the Hon. T.W. Hunter, superintendent of the Armstrong Academy. Passed House and Senate November 2, 1896. Approved November 4, 1896.
A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to Hon. Green McCurtain, Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation, concerning the submitting of the General appropriation. Acts to the department for executive action."" Dated December 29,...
Be it resolved by the General Council of the Choctaw Nation that we most respectfully request the Hon. Secretary of the Interior to take charge of these lands when segregated and in cooperation with the Principal Chief lease them whenever possible...
Bill No. 10. A resolution endorsing the administration of Hon. George K. Pritchard as U.S. Marshal for the Central District, Indian Territory. Passed House and Senate October 26, 1904. Approved October 27, 1904.
Bill No. 8. A resolution endorsing Hon. James E. Gresham for U.S. District Attorney for the central district of the Indian Territory and requesting his appointment. Passed House and Senate October 11, 1905. Approved October 24, 1905.
A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, advising a resolution commending Hon. Thomas Humphrey, U.S. judge for his judicial actions was forwarded for information of the department. December 22, 1905.
1887--Letter: To Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior from G.W. Harkins, et al, Chickasaw and Cherokee Delegates. Re: mining contracts of the Choctaw Nation with the Osage Coal and Mining Company.