An act proposed authorizing the appropriation of money to enable Albert Carney, Jacob Jackson, and Ella Byington to continue in school. Passed House April 5, 1870. Passed Senate and approved April 8, 1870.
A resolution to send sympathy to the following families of the deceased: R.M. Jones, Bacon Blevin, William Jackson, and Samuel Hotimambe. Passed Senate and House October 15, 1873. Passed by its own limitations.
An act accepting Jackson Jones, Harriet Hunter, Vernett Taylor, Mary James, and William Grubbs as citizens of the Choctaw Nation. Passed Senate October 31, 1884. Passed House and approved November 1, 1884.
An act authorizing the sheriff of Jackson County to construct court house at Mayhew. Passed House October 30, 1899. Passed Senate with amendment October 30, 1899. Passed House with amendment and approved November 1, 1899.
Bill No. 12. An act granting Jackson Burns the right to establish a ferry on Sans Bois River. Passed House October 25, 1899. Passed Senate October 24, 1899. Approved October 25, 1899. Approved by Pres. William McKinley December 8, 1899.
A letter from J.G. Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector to S.J. Homer, National Secretary of the Choctaw Nation, returning an act and stating the President's approval of the act entitled ""An act to pay J.W. Ownsby and A.B. Park for...
Andrew Jackson: Hero of New Orleans by Daniel F. Cohalan. January 1930. Constitution Day and the Constitution by Justin Miller, Washington, D.C. September 17, 1935. Congressional Record reprint of speeches by Thomas P. Gore, Oklahoma...