24. Letter of John Ross to A.B. Greenwood, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, June 18, 1860, regarding an 1819 treaty with the U.S. and its provisions.
25. Letter of John Ross to A.B. Greenwood, October 4, 1860, regarding a treaty with the U.S., and the Indian lands. Also, a message of John Ross to the National Committee and Council regarding the 1819 treaty.
26. Proclamation of John Ross (copy), May 17, 1861, reminding the people of the obligations to the U.S. treaty.
27. Address of John Ross, August 21, 1861, from the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, regarding the U.S. government and the Confederacy.
28. Message of John Ross from History of the Cherokee Indians, by Emmet Starr, regarding Cherokee relations with the Confederacy.
29. General Council meeting from the Cherokee Advocate, October 21, 1871, regarding calling a meeting of the Council.
30. Editorial on the Cooweescoowee District from the Cherokee Advocate, January 24, 1874, regarding it being named for the late chief, John Ross.
31. Early Cherokee events from the Claremore Progress, February 19, 1898, regarding recounts of the events leading to the removal of the Cherokees and the role played by John Ross.
32. Facts about the Cooweescoowee District, from the Claremore Courier, August 18, 1899.
33. Editorial on John Ross from the Claremore Courier, September 1, 1899, regarding the Cherokee dances.
34. Address of John Ross from the Twin Territories, February, 1900. Letter of John Ross to the Seminoles of Florida, dated October 18, 1837, regarding Indian lands and removal.
35. Article on John Ross, et al, in The Reporter, February 27, 1903.
36. “The Story of the Red Man's Part in the Civil War,” in The Reporter, May 29, 1903.
37. “The Keetoowah Society,” in The Reporter, June 12, 1903.
38. Article about the Keetoowah Society, in The Reporter, July 3, 1903.