4. Report of R. J. Meigs to the Secretary of War on the inquiry into fraud re: selections, locations and sale of Creek Reserves, August 20, 1834.
5. Letter from R. J. Meigs and Leonard Tarrant to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs (Elbert Herring) re: claims of Vann and Ridge against the Creeks, October 16, 1834.
6. Letter from R. J. Meigs to the Secretary of War re: fraud in selling of Creek Reserves, June 11, 1834.
7. Letter from Elbert Herring to R. J. Meigs and Leonard Tarrant re: Vann and Ridge claim, July 7, 1834.
8. Letter from G. L. Floyd to R. J. Meigs re: fraud in sale of Creek Reserves, July 7, 1834.
9. Letter from R. J. Meigs to Judge White re: a proposition for removal of Creek Reserves, May 7, 1834.
10. Letter from R. J. Meigs to G. L. Floyd re: sale of Creek lands, June 13, 1834.
11. Letter of R. J. Meigs to the Secretary of War re: omissions in the Census and removal of Creeks who owned improvements, September 30, 1834.
Flap Folder IV
1. Creek delegation documents, 1883-1893:
a. Telegram from H. M. Teller to S. S. Benedict giving instructions re: investigation of Creek election of Principal Chief, December 26, 1883.
b. Draft of a telegram to Perryman from Grayson and Hodge re: Price's written opinion, February 4, 1884.
c. Printed statements of the Creek delegates in Washington, DC, February 9, 1893.
d. Two letters: (1) Delegates G. W. Grayson and D. M. Hodge to Commissioner Price (March 22, 1884); (2) E. L. Stevens, Acting Commissioner, to G. W. Grayson, et. al., re: balance of money owed to the Creeks ($728.77). May 13, 1884.
e. Statement prepared by G. W. Grayson to be submitted to the House of Warriors during the election controversy in December 1883. Circumstances changed, and the statement was never given. December 8, 1883.
f. Veto of Samuel Checote of an act relative to time of elections.