through the country and the need to unite the Choctaw, Chickasaws, Cherokees and Creeks under the general government.
25 "Session of 1853." Dated Nov. 9, 1853. Re: granting of Choctaw Nation citizenship to various families.
26 General Council Resolution--passed Nov. 15, 1853. Re: request for Choctaw delegate in Washington to represent the interests of the Nation.
27 From Douglas H. Cooper. To Peter P. Pitchlynn, Samuel Garland and Dixon W. Lewis. Dated Jan. 20, 1854. Re: United States government's intent to move the Indians even farther west and the possibility of large profits by letting other tribes settle in their area; other tribes including Chickasaws would become districts and could pass laws as long as it wasn't in conflict with Choctaw law, and government agents would become subagents to the Choctaw Nation.
28 From Nathan Green (Lebanon Lennapu). To David Lowry. Dated Feb. 10, 1854. Re: fights of Lycurgus Pitchlynn at law school.
29 From Thompson McKenney. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Feb. 14, 1854. Re: extension of the Territorial Government and the possibility of Shawnee and Delaware tribes settling in the Nation.
30 From Eli T. Perry (Fort Washita, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Feb. 19, 1854. Re: application to go to school.
31 From David W. Haley (near Jackson, Mississippi). To the Choctaw delegates. Dated Feb. 26, 1854. Re: his role in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek and the violations of the treaty; the defense of Andrew Jackson's role and the fairness of President Franklin Pierce.