8. The Wapanucka Press July 28, 1904; satirical comparison of Greenwood Leflore and Green
McCurtain and the "theft" of Choctaw lands.
9. The Madill News August 12, 1904; editorial on the Tuskahoma Party.
10. The Coalgate Courier Oct 20, 1904; regarding the final case to be heard by the Choctaw-
Chickasaw Citizenship Court.
11. Marietta Monitor January 6, 1905; regarding issuing of deeds to allotments.
12. The Claremore Progress January 21, 1905; regarding payment of attorney fees for
prosecution of fraudulent citizenship claims.
13. The Sulphur Post April 27, 1905; regarding dispute over proper approval of allotment
14. The Durant Weekly News May 19, 1905; regarding dispute over proper approval of
15. South McAlester Capital May 25, 1905; regarding dispute over proper approval of allotment
16 Coalgate Courier June 22, 1905; Notice of the M.K. & T. Railroad requesting referees to
determine compensation for damages, claims, etc. against the line in the Coalgate area.
17. The Indian Citizen June 29, 1905; letter E.A. Hitchcock to Green McCurtain citing proper
procedure for issuing allotment patents.
18. The Mannesville News August 18, 1905; editorial by Thomas W. Hunter on the disposition
of coal lands in Choctaw Nation.
19. Perry, Mrs. A.E. "History of Choctaw and Chickasaw." Sturm's Oklahoma Magazine 1, no.
3 (November 1905): 92-96. has an account of the origins of the Choctaws, brief biographical
sketches of Greenwood Leflore and Green McCurtain, and general information.
20. Holdenville Times January 12, 1906; editorial on enrollment of Choctaw and Chickasaw
children of an intermarried white citizen.
21. Mannesville News March 9, 1906; editorial on alienation of homestead titles by heirs of
22. The Indian Citizen June 7, 1906; general interest story on Sophia Pitchlynn.
23. Holdenville Times August 17, 1906; editorial on Indian slaveholders.