Folder 11. Letter of J.M. Perryman to D.W. Bushyhead, September 18, 1884, re: appointment of delegates to represent Creek Nation.
Folder 12. Letter from Isparhecher to S.H. Mays (Cherokee Chief), May 8, 1897, re: land allotment for the Five Civilized Tribes and his views on this.
Folder 13. Letter of Isparhecher to D.M. Wisdom, March 14, 1898, asks Agent to warn land owners around the Creek Nation to keep their cattle from grazing within the Creek lands because it was a violation of Creek and federal law.
Folder 14. The Indian Advocate, May 1849, letter of Reverend A.L. Hay, re: general conditions among the Creek, religion, education, etc.
Folder 15. The Indian Journal, December 7, 1876, re: visit of the Sioux to Indian Territory, i.e. Creek Nation. Has typescript of welcome speech given by Locher Harjo and a speech by Sioux leader Spotted Tail.
Folder 16. Indian Journal, July 31, 1879; resolutions of the Creek National Constitutional Party's platform.
Folder 17. Indian Journal, November 2, 1882; "The Corn Fable of the Creeks," as told by Taylor Postoak, second chief.
Folder 18. Indian Journal, March 15, 1883; re: rumors of a war within Creek Nation; Indian named Spiechee was leading raids.
Folder 19. The Duncan Banner, November 10, 1894; editorial on Creek Council meeting; especially concerning permit law for non-citizens.
Folder 20. The Vinita Leader, February 17, 1898; general history of Creeks by Bill Arp.
Folder 21. The South McAlester Capital, March 31, 1898; editorial, re: the return of Creeks who had settled in Texas to the Indian Territory.
Folder 22. ----------------- January 13, 1898; interview with Cub McIntosh, a Creek delegate, who was trying to have tribal courts reestablished.
Folder 23. ------------------ August 31, 1899; dispute concerning the proper appointment of school superintendents for Creek schools.
Folder 24. Twin Territories, December 1899; brief article on Creek Capitol building.
Folder 25. The Purcell Register, January 25, 1901; re: armed Creek Indians lad by Crazy Snake going about the area enforcing old Creek laws.