54 From Peter P. Pitchlynn (Low Blue, Choctaw Nation). Dated Sept. 10, 1837. Re: his plans not to return for 3 months, details for upkeep of the home and farms, the education of the children, and describes the Low Blue country.
55 From William Armstrong. To the Choctaw Council in current session. Dated Oct. 1, 1838. Re: a solicitation of the Choctaws’ views regarding the "A Bill to Provide for the Security and Protection of the Immigrant and the Indians West of the States of Missouri and Arkansas" passed by the U.S. Senate, with a description of the provisions within.
56 From John Gregg (Ban Buren, Arkansas). To Col. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 23, 1840. Re: the Chihuahua trade.
57 From Pierre Juzan, John McKinney and James Fletcher (General Council House). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Oct. 7, 1840. Re: approval of Pitchlynn's appointment as teacher and superintendent of the Choctaw Academy.
58 From John Pages. To Col. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated 1841. Re: monitors request more meat and utensils in the dining room (of the Academy?)
59 From Richard M. Johnson (Washington, D.C.) To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 29, 1841. Re; approving Pitchlynn's recommendation for the Choctaw school and advising him on some points on running the school and what to write in letters to keep the school funded.
60 From Richard M. Johnson (Washington, D.C.) To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 31, 1841. Re: Choctaw School and number of boys that will probably be attending, as well as the need to keep it located where it is.