Bill No. 33. An act for the relief of Mrs. J.F. McCurtain for books brought and paid for by her for Jones Academy. Passed Senate November 1, 1901. Passed House November 2, 1901. Approved November 4, 1901.
Bill No. 11. An act to ratify and confirm the employment of McCurtain and Hill as counsel in guardianship and administration by the Principal Chief. Passed and approved October 27, 1907. Authorized by Theodore Roosevelt August 1, 1907.
Bill No. 2. An act providing for the compensation and expenses of McCurtain and Hill, as General Council, for the Choctaw Nation employed under section 28 of the act of congress, approved April 26, 1906. Passed House and Senate October 15, 1907....
A letter from Thomas Ryan, acting commissioner to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, advising the President's approval on December 6, 1909 of the act for the relief of Mrs. J.F. McCurtain. Dated December 14, 1909.
The South McAlester Capital Oct 26, 1899; an appeal to Green McCurtain to intervene on behalf of the citizens of Atoka; they were upset over the work of the townsite commissioners (designating allotments)
Perry, Mrs. A.E. ""History of Choctaw and Chickasaw."" Sturm's Oklahoma Magazine 1, no. 3 (November 1905): 92-96. has an account of the origins of the Choctaws, brief biographical sketches of Greenwood Leflore and Green...
Editorial on Choctaws and Chickasaws from original in the F.S. Barde Collection at Oklahoma Historical Society. discusses tribal dispute over governor's office by rival claimants (after death of Green McCurtain), per capita payments, etc.