Folder 26. Indian Journal, February 22, 1901; history of the Creeks, especially their origins in Mexico from Aztec stock; also a history of notable Creek families.
Folder 27. Muskogee Phoenix, February 28, 1901; executive order of Lah-Tah-Mekko, re: the arrest and trial of those participating in the recent uprising; list of participants, etc. (refer to Folder 25 above).
Folder 28. Tulsa Democrat, March 1, 1901; history of the land upon which the Creek Nation was settled.
Folder 29. Indian Journal, March 8, 1901; reprint of the article in Folder 28.
Folder 30. Twin Territories, April 1902; cites early Creek laws and punishments for offenders.
Folder 31. Indian Journal, July 25, 1902; agreement by Creek Nation to accept allotment of land; anger over fact that many non-citizens were trying to obtain lands by fraud.
Folder 32. The Coalgate Courier, August 7, 1902; editorial on Snake Indians, a band of Creeks who followed Crazy Snake, and their opposition to allotment.
Folder 33. The Tahlequah Arrow, February 28, 1903; Creek legend that Pacahontas was a Creek Indian.
Folder 34. Crowder City Advertiser, May 6, 1904; payment of funds to loyal Creek Indians (from Civil War?), especially concerns heirs of Opothleyahola.
Folder 35. The Wilburton News, June 30, 1904; closing of Creek rolls by the Dawes Commission.
Folder 36. South McAlester Capital, August 25, 1904; binding of Creek Supreme court records and amusing stories found in them.
Folder 37. ------------------ September 8, 1904; relates a story found in the Creek Supreme Court records concerning the capture and adoption of four white girls during the War of 1812.
Folder 38. The Lindsay News, September 9, 1904; editorial on Creek rolls, closing of the rolls, work of the Dawes Commission, gives number of citizens and freedmen.
Folder 39. The Madill News, October 14, 1904; editorial on last Creek Council; views of Governor Pleasant Porter, actions taken by council, etc.
Folder 40. South McAlester Capital, October 20, 1904; editorial on bill passed by Creeks established a committee to investigate fraud in the appraisement and sale of town lots following allotment.