12. News item on bill (H. R. 6702) "For the protection of the people of the Indian Territory, providing for the laying out of towns, the leasing of coal and other mineral, timber, farming and grazing lands, and for other purposes." Jan. 20, 1898.
13. Editorial on John F. Brown, who went to Washington to seek justice in the case of two Seminole Indians having been burned at the stake by a white mob in Oklahoma Territory, Feb. 17, 1898.
14. News item on John F. Brown, returning from Washington where he worked for a concurrence by House conferees on the Indian Appropriation bill, March 3, 1898.
15. News item on the Curtis Bill (H. B. 8581), known as the bill "For the protection of the people of the Indian Territory, and for other purposes," March 5, 1898.
16. Editorial on J. F. Brown, July 9, 1898.
17. News item on the reelection of John F. Brown as principal chief of the Seminole Nation, August 11, 1898.
18. News item on closing of the Seminole Rolls. August 23, 1900.
19. News item commending Governor J. F. Brown for leading the Seminoles to an advantageous settlement of affairs with the Dawes Commission, January 8, 1901.
20. Editorial on John F. Brown, June 21, 1901.
21. Editorial on J. F. Brown, regarding nomination for re-election as first chief of the Seminoles, April 5, 1902.
22. Editorial supporting J. F. Brown in forthcoming election in Seminole Nation, April 12, 1902.
23. Editorial on J. F. Brown, May 24, 1902.
24. Editorial lamenting the defeat of Governor J. F. Brown in Seminole election of principal chief, June 7, 1902.
25. Editorial on defeat of J. F. Brown in Seminole election, June 12, 1902.
26. Editorial on J. F. Brown, regarding his eyesight, August 9, 1902.
27. John F. Brown urges preparation for the inevitable--living with the white man as tribal government comes to an end, June 13, 1903.
28. Editorial on John F. Brown's message regarding adjustment to living with the white man, July 2, 1903.
29. Editorial on J. F. Brown and the Indian Territory building at the World's Fair, June 3, 1904.
30. Editorial on J. F. Brown regarding his contribution to the Seminoles, Dec. 1, 1904.