29. Thompson to National Council, Nov. 28, 1877, re sending back unsigned a bill for an amendment of the laws of the Nation.
30. Thompson to National Council, Nov. 30, 1877, re estimate of expenditures of the Cherokee Advocate Office.
31. Thompson on Oklahoma Territory from the Star Vindicator, Dec. 1, 1877, re an article in the Cherokee Advocate on Indians and President Grant.
32. Thompson to the National Council, Dec. 1, 1877, re refusal of a bill increasing the salary of doctors at the schools.
1. Thompson to the National Council, Dec. 3, 1877, re refusal to sign an act regarding provisions for a Board of Education.
2. The Cherokee Council from the Star Vindicator, Dec. 15, 1877, re the failure of the Council to enact any significant legislation.
3. Thompson to National Council, Jan. 7, 1878, re Thompson remarking on the reason for the call of an extra session of the Council.
4. Thompson to the National Council, Jan. 9, 1878, re the need for more appropriations for the delegates in Washington.
5. Thompson’s Special Message to the Council from the Cherokee Advocate, Jan. 12, 1878, re proposed legislation.
6. Thompson to Secretary of Interior, Feb. 18, 1878, re claims of Cherokee to lands in the Indian Territory.
7. Letter of Full-Blood from the Star Vindicator, March 9, 1878, re remarks on the state of affairs in the Cherokee lands.
8. Thompson to Comm. of General Land Office, June 27, 1878, re the status of the land known as the “old Cherokee Reservation.”
9. Pardon of John Still by Thompson from the Cherokee Advocate, June 28, 1878.
10. Barclay to Thompson, July 19, 1878, re Indian children slaves.
11. Thompson to the Council submitting the above letter, Nov. 25, 1878.
12. Letter of Thompson to Carl Schurz, from the Cherokee Advocate, August 17, 1878, re sending of acts from the Cherokee Council to the Secretary of the Interior.