10. Proclamation signed by Wolf taken from the Marlow Magnet, June 8, 1893, regarding the destruction of all fences that do not belong in the Indian lands, and the removal of all non-Indians who are on the nation's lands.
11. Editorial on Call by Jonas Wolf, June 9, 1893 from the Marlow Magnet, regarding the legislation necessary to transmit the money given by the federal government to the tribe.
12. Two editorials on Call of Wolf taken from the Purcell Register of June 16, 1893 who in turn took the article dated June 13, 1893 from the Kansas City Times of June 14, regarding the law debarring certain groups from receiving any of the allotment money.
13. Editorial on Call by Wolf from the Purcell Register, June 30, 1893, regarding the decision to distribute the money according to the old annuity law.
14. Editorial on Wolf, from the Marlow Magnet, November 2, 1893, regarding statehood for the five tribes.
15. Proclamation of Wolf from the Alliance Courier, January 4, 1894, regarding appointing the legislature to convene in special session.
16. Message of Wolf on January 24, 1894 from the Indian Citizen, Feb. 1, 1894, regarding questions of allotment and statehood.
17. Editorial on Wolf, from the Purcell Register, February 23, 1894, regarding a commitment appointment by Gov. on the questions.
18. Arrest of Wolf, from the Muskogee Phoenix, May 10, 1894, regarding the arrest of the Governor for alleged embezzlement.
19. Arrest of Wolf by the Alliance Courier, May 11, 1894.
20. Editorial on the arrest of Wolf by the Duncan Banner, May 12, 1894.
21. News item on Wolf, by the Duncan Banner, May 12, 1894, regarding the indictment by the Grand Jury of Wolf.
22. Editorial on the first report of the Indian Agent, from the Minco Minstrel, June 22, 1894, regarding non-Indians on Indian lands.
23. Editorial on Wolf by the Wagoner Record, May 18, 1894, regarding the arrest of the Governor.
24. Interview with Wolf by the Marlow Magnet, June 28, 1894, regarding the alleged intruders in the Chickasaw Nation.