9 From Albert Pike, C.S.A. (Walnut Springs). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 21, 1864. Re: request that Pitchlynn join he and the Chief in a meeting which could save the Choctaw people.
10 From Albert Pike, C.S.A. (Washington, Arkansas). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated May 13, 1864. Re: the hopes that Southern troops retake Little Rock; Cooper inciting the Indians against Pike, and the reasons why.
11 From Brig. Gen. D.H. Cooper (Headquarters, Camp Bragg). "General Orders" No. 27. Re: fine behavior of the First Choctaw Battalion in an engagement with federals on Sept. 23, 1864.
12 Document: Resolution of the General Council of the Choctaw Nation. Dated Oct. 10, 1864. Re: honors given the Choctaw warriors who fought in the War.
13 From Joseph P. Folsom (Bennington, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Oct. 13, 1864. Re: national Council appeal to Pitchlynn to call an election to replace the Choctaw delegate to the Confederate Government in Richmond, Virginia.
14 From Brig. Gen. Douglas H. Cooper (Headquarters, Indian Division, Boggy Depot, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Dec. 28, 1864. Re: Pitchlynn's Inaugural Address and call for defense of Southern liberty and independence; the myth that the Confederates desire all able bodied men to fight; treaty requirements that the Indian Nations give a number of men.
15 From Samuel B. Maxey (Headquarters, Dist. Indian Territory). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Dec. 31, 1864. Re: destitution of the refugees in the C.N. and among the families of soldiers; a battalion at Shawneetown in Stand Watie's command removed to Arkansas; supplies along the Red River.
16 From Samuel B. Maxey (Headquarters, Dist. Indian Territory). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Jan. 10, 1865. Re: grave problem of the destitution of the