103. Porter works for Congressional Legislation to permit Indian boys into West Point and Annapolis, January 10, 1902.
104. Interview with Porter, regarding technicalities of issuing deeds to allotments, January 18, 1902.
105. Statement of Porter, regarding supplementary settlements with Dawes Commission agreement, January 18, 1902.
106. Porter summoned to Washington by the U.S. Department of Interior, February 7, 1902.
107. Editorial on threat of uprising among the Snake Indians, February 8, 1902.
108. Porter went to Washington regarding supplemental treaty with the Creeks, and to stop wholesale leasing of Creek lands by five investment companies, February 13, 1902.
109. Porter goes to Washington to stop illegal leasing of lands by investment companies for 99 years with options to buy, in violation of Creek treaty, February 14, 1902.
110. Porter statement on stopping investment company practices; already they had leased illegally 1,000,000 acres, February 14, 1902.
111. Editorial on Porter and supplemental treaty, February 15, 1902.
112. Editorial on conference and Porter's role in supplemental treaty, February 15, 1902.
113. Porter and others deal with the problem of value classification of allotments, as railroads etc. artificially altered land values, February 21, 1902.
114. Editorial on Indians enrolling for allotments, March 22, 1902.
115. News item on deeds issued by Porter, March 22, 1902.
116. Editorial on Porter, seeks modification of Creek agreement with Dawes Commission, April 4, 1902.
117. Editorial on Porter, revision of Creek agreement to prevent land companies from absorbing Creek allotments through long-term leases, April 12, 1902. (2 articles)
118. Supplemental agreement provides that lands cannot be leased, even after title has been issued, without the approval of the Secretary of the Interior (previous agreement restricted leases to one year until title was delivered, then unrestricted)--all to check land companies from absorbing Indian Territory, May 2, 1902. (Under this agreement Indians could not rent orlease with Interior Department approval, during the period of tribal government.)