10. Resolution expressing opposition to statehood, October 27, 1905. Samuel Grayson is one of the signers. Also includes a resolution in favor of retaining the office of Principal Chief, November 2, 1905.
11. Letter from Pleasant Porter to Captain G. W. Grayson, Eufala, Indian Territory, re: Creeks yielding control of their schools, March 10, 1900.
12. Letter from John F. Brown, Sasakwa, to Captain G. W. Grayson, explaining about the organization of a Seminole battalion, March 26, 1915.
13. Letter from Tams Bixby to Captain G. W. Grayson, asking the locations of Creek courthouses, April 20, 1899.
14. Letter from H. Prescott Gatley to G. W. Grayson re: Creek allotments in Alabama, May 7, 1904.
15. Two letters from J. M. Perryman, Principal Chief of the Muskogee Nation, to the delegation in Washington, DC. Both letters addressed to G. W. Grayson, April 18, 1884.
16. Letter to the members of the National Council from Moty Tiger, Principal Chief of the Creek Nation re: claims against the Creek Nation amounting to $19,000, December 6, 1916.
17. Letters to G. W. Grayson, including: one letter from Samuel Checote, Principal Chief of the Muskogee Nation, 1883; three letters from Pleasant Porter, 1889. Also included are a letter from G. W. Grayson to the Secretary of the Interior, 1908, and an eight page copy of a Public Document of the United States re: Indians and made by G. W. Grayson, 1915.
Flap Folder II
1. Letter from the Principal Chief of the Creek Nation to Hon. Gabe E. Parker, Superintendent of the Five Civilized Tribes, re: the employment of an oculist for the Creeks, June 15, 1916.
2. Letter to Moty Tiger enclosing one of the quadruplicate parts of the contract providing for the employment of James C. Davis as the Assistant Creek Tribal Attorney, November 8, 1915.
3. Letter from J. B. Cox, Bookkeeper of the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to G. W. Grayson, giving inside information of a possible claim the Creeks may have against the U. S. Government, November 7, 1895.
4. Resolution concerning the continuation of the National Council after March 4, 1906.
5. Letter to the Dawes Commission from five Creek commissioners re: allotments, etc., September 23, 1896.