26. Editorial on Ross and Boudinot from the Fort Gibson Post, May 7, 1898. Regarding naming territory Fort Gibson.
27. Old times with Cherokee, from the Wagoner Record, July 26, 1900. Regarding the influence of the intermarried whites upon the Cherokee Nation.
28. An act approved by Ross from the Wagoner Record, Sept. 27, 1900. Regarding an interesting article referring to paying Sequoyah a pension.
29. Amendments approved by Ross, from the Claremore Register, Aug. 2, 1901. Regarding the allotment of the Indian lands.
30. Letter of C.A. Cummins from The Reporter, Jan. 30, 1903. Regarding the remembrances of Cherokee days past and the part played in them by Ross.
31. The Eastern Cherokee, from the Marble City Enterprise, June 23, 1906. Regarding letter received by W.P. Ross from a man in Claremore about the emigration of the Cherokee to the West.
32. Editorial on W.P. Ross from the Muldrow Press, Nov. 15, 1907. Regarding burning of the old wood house formerly owned by W.P. Ross.
33. “When the Cherokee Held Fair,” from the Guthrie Daily Leader, Sept. 26, 1910. Regarding the part in it by Ross.
34. Biographical sketch of Ross from the New Fort Gibson Era, March 28, 1912. Regarding Ross as the first editor of the Cherokee Advocate.
35. Biographical sketch of Ross from Thoburn and Holcomb, A History of Oklahoma.
36. William P. Ross from John D. Benedict, Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma.
37. Message of Ross from The Life and Times of William P. Ross.
38. Ross biography from The Life and Times of William P. Ross.
39. Biography of Ross from The Indian Territory.
40. Address of D.E. Ward from The Reporter, June 26, 1903.