90 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To John. Dated 1861. Re: the capture of female prisoners--treatment and care; Peter P. going on the warpath.
91 From Lycurgus P. Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated 1861. Re; slave insurgency and the disarming of blacks in the Choctaw Nation.
92 From Jacob Folsom. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 9, 1861. Re; memories of the autumn of 1834; Jacob's settlement in the C.N.; a joke about Abe Lincoln; the Southern states; secession; his view on the whole matter.
93 From Peter Folsom. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 19, 1861. Re: dissolution of the Union; the necessity of attending to the Choctaw bonds and securities in U.S. government holdings so as not to lose them if the government goes defunct; the delegation to Washington should be empowered to act with full authority for the C.N. as circumstances develop; the need for the C.N. to be silent and observe events transpiring regarding the United States; plans to depart for Washington immediately.
94 From Sampson Folsom (Doaksville, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated May 14, 1861. Re: the invasion of the Choctaw Nation by Texans at war with U.S. troops, the capture by Texas of military forts in the C.N., Sampson's plans to visit the Confederate capital, then Washington, and the mustering of a Choctaw army to repel the invaders.
95 From Sampson Folsom (Doaksville, C.N.). To Albert Pike. Dated Sept. 5, 1861. Re: the creation of a Choctaw army to serve the Confederate States of America.
96 From Peter P. Pitchlynn (Doaksville, C.N.). To Peter P. Howell. Dated Oct. 21, 1861. Re; the War Dance and preparation of troops; killing and scalping Yankees.