c) Memorial to the Congress of the United States from the delegation of the Cherokee Nation protesting the claim of the Eastern Cherokees to land in Indian Territory, February 16, 1883.
d) Memorial to the Indian Committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives from the "Old Settler" Cherokees regarding the proposal of Congress to pass law paying attorneys for work done for the Cherokee Nation, February 17, 1896.
e) Statement of C. J. Harris, Executive Secretary of the Cherokee Nation regarding the issuance of warrant No. H487 to Wilkinson Call for $3500. October 16, 1899.
f) U.S. House of Representatives, 54th Congress, 1st Session. Report from the Committee on Indian Affairs #1102 on protection of the people of the Indian Territory. n.d.
g) Report of the Cherokee Delegation of May 3, 1879. (incomplete).
h) Report of the Secretary of Interior, No. 99, regarding the Cherokee Nation, October 1, 1865. From J. Harlan, U.S. Indian Agent, Cherokee Nation.
i) Communication to the Congress of the United States from the Cherokee Delegation regarding payment for lands taken by the U.S., March 15, 1882.
j) Memorial adopted by the International Convention of the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole Indians to the government of the U.S. protesting the proposal to abolish tribal governments and divide the lands in severalty, June 27, 1895.
k) Memorial of the Cherokee Delegation urging the passage of Senate Bill No. 4105, March 16, 1898.
l) Resolution adopted by the Delegation of the Five Civilized Tribes thanking the legislature of Mississippi for memorial to Congress in behalf of the tribes, April 1896.
m) Communication to the President of the United States from the Delegation of the Cherokee, Creek and Seminole Nations protesting the proposal to build railroads through Indian Territory without permission of the Indian Nations, February 15, 1896.
n) Statement by C. J. Harris, Executive Secretary for the Cherokee Nation listing appropriations for counsel for the Cherokee Nation, October 16, 1899.
o) An incomplete, unidentified book on laws, resolutions, etc., of the Cherokee Nation, n.d.