11. Letter from one of the special delegates in Washington, DC to Henry L. Dawes, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, re: reimbursing Creeks for expenses occurred during removal from Alabama, February 2, 1891.
12. Letter from L. C. Perryman, Principal Chief, to G. W. Stidham, authorizing him to act for the Creek Nation in certain matters, December 23, 1889.
13. Two "Extract[s] of Census Roll of Creek Orphans of 1832," one taken in 1860 and the other in 1867. Both are signed by Israel G. Vore, Commissioner, U. S. Court--Western District, Arkansas.
14. Letter from Joseph Spicer, Chief of the Seneca Nation, to G. W. Stidham, asking about payment from the government, April 14, 1889.
15. Letter from A. Eickhoff, Acting Auditor, to G. W. Stidham re: payment of certain Creeks for meritorious service during the "late war" (the Civil War?), February 25, 1889.
16. Portion of a document setting forth the objections of the Creeks to the opening of Indian Territory for settlement by whites (page 4).
17. Three amendments to House Resolutions, appropriating funds to the Creeks through the Indian Department, 1888, 1890, 1891.
18. Portion of a letter re: claims for appropriations, no name, no date.
19. Written copy of House Resolution 614--"To establish the judicial district of Oklahoma", October 29, 1877.
20. Letter from H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to G. W. Grayson re: Cherokees in the Creek Nation and Creeks in the Cherokee Nation, April 12, 1884.
21. Letter from E. L. Stephens, Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to G. W. Grayson, re: $728.77 owed to the Creeks, May 13, 1884.
22. Letter from G. W. Grayson, Creek delegate, and L. B. Bull, Cherokee delegate, to H. Price, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, telling the Commissioner that an understanding "mutually satisfactory" to both nations in the matter of the citizens of one nation residing in the other (see also folder 20 in this series), April 18, 1884.
23. Letter from William Day, Auditor, to G. W. Grayson, Coweta Micco and the other Creek delegates re: sundry sums of money lost to the Creek Nation, March 24, 1886.
24. Letter from J. M. Perryman, Principal Chief, to G. W. Grayson, complimenting Grayson on his work as a Creek delegate in Washington, DC, July 7, 1884.