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)
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. 44. A resolution to accept as true and correct the report of E.H. Wilson, superintendent of Wheelock Academy. Passed Senate October 31, 1896. Passed House November 2, 1896. Approved November 4, 1896.
An act repealing in part an article granting citizenship on Sarah Wilson, Isaac Wilson, Eva Wilson, and Horace Wilson. Passed and approved October 28, 1898. Disapproved by Pres. McKinley January 20, 1899.
A letter from acting U.S. Inspector to E.H. Wilson informing him that the act relative to leasing the unleased coal and asphalt lands in the Choctaw Nation was disapproved by the President on January 6, 1903. Dated January 15, 1903.
A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, stating that no executive action was deemed necessary on the ""Resolution denying further compensation to S.W. Peel for legal services...
A letter from J. George Wright to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, stating that a copy of his letter had been sent to the Principal Chief with respect to the relief of distressed Choctaws. January 14, 1904.
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.
A letter from J. George Wright to E.H. Wilson referring to the act of the National Council of the Choctaw Nation approved by the Principal Chief November 25, 1905, creating a number of commissioners to represent the Choctaw people in matters...
A letter from J. George Wright To E.H. Wilson advising that a copy of the resolution relative to constitutional convention, has been forwarded to chairman of the committee on territories. December 26, 1905.
A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, concerning the memorial requesting the department to order payment of funds belonging to certain allottees. December 26, 1905.
A letter from J. George Wright, U.S. Indian Inspector, to E.H. Wilson, National Secretary, advising that executive action on the memorial asking that per capita payment be made after tribal property is disposed of is not required. January 2, 1906.
A letter from Wright to Wilson advising executive action on the Bill No. 34, asking that legislation be enacted continuing tribal schools until the end of the scholastic term in May 1906, is not required. January 11, 1906.
A letter from Wright to Wilson advising the President's disapproval of the act to take legal steps to recover the value of timber illegally cut from the public domain of the Choctaw Nation. Dated February 20, 1906. Also a copy of Indian...
A letter to E.H. Wilson, national secretary of Choctaw Nation, enclosing an act of the National Council to appropriate $20,272.60 for the necessary expenses of tribal government for the year ending September 30, 1907. Dated May 7, 1907.
A letter to E.H. Wilson referring to the memorial of the National Council of Choctaw Nation in reference to the action of the Secretary of the Interior segregating certain land for a timber reserve. Dated May 7, 1907.