b. "The Battle in the Sky, Kit Carson's San Juan Victory," from a Kansas newspaper, May 21, 1905.
c. "Spread of an Ancient American Culture."
d. "Research Brings Out Early Battle," Rosario Mission, 1812.
e. "Visiting in the Days of the Pioneers," n.d.
f. "Days when Crazy Snake Terrorized Indian Territory," from the Muskogee Daily Phoenix.
g. "From Che-Kaw-Za's Wigwam to Modoc Hotel," Enterprise, December 20, 1912.
h. "Chief Hill of Creeks Die Here."
i. List of positions and appointments made in U.S. Army since January 1818, from the Adj. Gen. Office, April 30, 1818.
6. Indian Stories:
a. Typescript and handwritten copies of the Wyandotte story of the Milky Way.
b. Also notes on the style of the stories.
7. Story (Newspaper) by Connelley:
a. "Kansas City, Kansas: Its Place in the History of the State." Read at the meeting of the Good Government Club, and Wyandotte County Historical Society, April 4, 1918.
8. Hymns in the Delaware Language. Typescript, 1875.
9. Material on the Bender murders in Kansas:
a. Three letters of A. H. Lockhart, January to March, 1923, re: information he possessed about the Bender family.
b. Copy of article in the February, 1925, issue of True Detective with the story of the "Kansas Cutthroats" by R. William Langley.
c. Letter of Connelley to the editors of True Detective, re: Langley’s article.
d. Article entitled, "Bender Self-Killed," (n.d.)