11. Legal papers in regard to the court case of Carrie F. Boudinot vs. Addie Boudinot, 1898.
12. Miscellaneous pamphlets and government publications:
a) Program or Unveiling Tablet Marking Ross’s Landing on the Tennessee River, March 20, 1930.
b) Muck-Rakers of Other Days. Speech of Hon. Julius Kahn of California in the House of Representatives, March 26, 1910.
c) The Philippines. Speech of Hon. George Turner of Washington, Senate of the United States, January 22-23, 1900.
d) Pamphlet titled, Polk County's Heritage: The Alabama Indians, n.d.
e) House of Representatives Bill, No. 80. An act to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year 1883. Authorizes the Eastern Band of Cherokees to institute a suit against the U.S. government for money held from sale of lands west of the Mississippi, 1883.
f) Report No. 175 to the U.S. Senate, 43rd Congress, regarding claim of heirs of John Ross for compensation for property destroyed during the Civil War, 1874.
g) U.S. House of Representatives. 54th Congress, 1st Session, H.R. 7907. A bill for the protection of the people of the Indian Territory, extending the jurisdiction of the United States courts, providing for the laying out of towns, the leasing of coal and other minerals, timber, farming and grazing lands, and for other purposes. 1896.
h) Indian Symbols and Meanings, with a History of Navajo Rugs. n.d.
i) Northeastern State Teachers College Bulletin, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 1928.
j) Treaty of Peace with Germany. A speech by Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts in the Senate of the United States, August 12, 1919.
k) Newspaper clipping, “People of Tahlequah,” by Lorena L. Travis, n.d.
13. Official correspondence and memorials of the Cherokee Nation:
a) Handwritten note transferring interest in lots at Fort Gibson to Henry C. Meigs signed by Henrietta J. Hinton, February 8, 1896.
b) Manuscript of “The Laureate of the Anglo-Saxon Race,” by Rudyard Kipling, n.d.