17 From J. Wall. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 11, 1850. Re: invitation to join in a hunt and the Chickasaws' secret council meeting and their plans to separate from the Choctaws.
18 From Adrian Rouquette (Louisiana). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated 1850. Re: asking for elementary Choctaw books and dictionary to learn the language and better save their souls.
19 From Thomas J. Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated March 30, 1851. Re: the bill currently before Congress; family news including the marriage of Daniel Folsom to a white woman; movements of the Comanches; and hopes that the government will put a stop to the influx of whites.
20 From George Folsom (Pushmataha District, C.N.). To William Wilson, Choctaw agent. Dated Jan. 23, 1852 (a copy). Re: band of Indians and blacks that have built a fort--requesting assistance.
21 From Thomas J. Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Dec. 22, 1852. Re: Chickasaws' intent to declare their independence and set up their own nation.
22 From Joseph B. Folsom. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated April 13, 1853. Re: his approval of Pitchlynn's old maids; his employment by U.S. government in a mission in California; description of mission Indians physically and culturally; and the hanging of William Turner.
23 From Edmund McKinney. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated April 19, 1853. Re: the increased number of murders by the Choctaws; the need for long term education for the Choctaw boys; and conversation with Patison about Chickasaws.
24 From Thompson McKinney. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Aug. 31, 1853. Re: the need to do something for the future of the Choctaw Nation; the composition of the Council with uneducated men; the need to support the passage of the railroad