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).
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.
Receipt for services rendered sent from Choctaw Nation to L.P. Pitchlynn (warrants regarding Confederate States, memo of money for Cherokee Nation), 1861.</br></br>Receipt of a Treasury Draft of the United States for the sum of...
Agreement between Choctaw Nation and Presbyterian Board on Spencer Academy, 1871.</br></br>Senate document, memorial of I.L. Garvin, Principal Chief of Choctaw Nation, 1878.</br></br>Appointment of J.W. Everidge, Jr. as...
A letter from A.H. Garland, Attorney General, to Secretary of Interior concerning a contract dated November 8, 1883, between Mrs. A.G. Ream and Robert L. Ream, Jr., her husband and the Atoka Coal and Mining Company. July 29, 1885.
A resolution of November 2, 1889, to accept as true and correct the report of L.C. Worcester, coal weigher at McAlester Mines No. 9. Passed Senate November 2, 1889. Passed House and approved November 4, 1889.
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. 11. A resolution accepting the report of H.L. Sanquin, collector for the third district of the Choctaw Nation for the quarters ended June 30, 1905. Passed Senate October 11, 1905. Passed House October 12, 1905. Approved October 24, 1905.