3. Finance committee report recommending the appointment of a special delegate to
Washington D.C. to represent Choctaw interests. Oct 14, 1908. An act providing for the
same, Oct 14, 1908. (Signed by Theodore Roosevelt)
4. An act to appropriate money for the cleaning of the Choctaw capitol building; Oct 14, 1908.
(Signed by Theodore Roosevelt)
5. Several miscellaneous laws of the Choctaw Nation from 1908.
6. A list and brief description of the laws, acts, resolutions, etc. Passed from 1857-1858.
7. Bound index to the laws of the Choctaw National Council from 1869-1910.
8. Six letters from the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes to the National Secretary of
the Choctaws (E.H. Wilson) accounting for the laws which were approved or disapproved
by the President, March 1908 - April 1909 (incomplete)
9. Letter of William Bryant, P.C.C.N., to William Robuck, July 22, 1873; covers a variety of
topics; intruders in Indian Territory, freedmen question, forbidding of Douglas H. Cooper
from representing the Choctaws, etc.
10. Letter by Richard J. McCloskey of the Indian Health Service to the Choctaw people, letter is
also endorsed by Hollis E. Roberts, P.C.C.N., January 29, 1981; letter cites proposed
changes in eligibility for IHS services.
11. Printed copy of the constitution of the Choctaw-Chickasaw League in English (and another
copy in Choctaw)
12. Proclamation by the Governor of Texas announcing a reward for the capture of Ben Fuller.
Oct 3, 1887.
13. Certificate commissioning James Usray as sheriff of Kiamichi County, Choctaw Nation,
September 10, 1896.
14. Petition to the President and Congress, n.d., from the Choctaw people requesting allotment
of their lands and the establishment of an Indian State.
15. Several miscellaneous laws of the Choctaw Nation from 1910-1911.
16. Letter from L.P. Walker to Douglas H. Cooper regarding cultivating friendly relations and
the closest alliance with the Choctaw Nation and the U.S. Government. Dated May 13,
1861. Original and copy.