10 Letter of Coleman Cole to Choctaw Council regarding withdrawal of funds from the treasury; November 17, 1875; and resolution to pay officers and members of the General Council, national officers and light-horsemen, November 17, 1875.
11 Letter of Coleman Cole to editor of The Vindicator regarding use of executive veto, March 29, 1876.
12 Letter of Coleman Cole regarding use of executive veto, March 29, 1876.
13 Answer to Coleman Cole's letter regarding the use of executive veto (a protest), March 29, 1876.
14 Letter of Simpson McGilbery to Coleman Cole regarding use of executive veto, regarding movement of capital to Atoka, April 19, 1876.
15 Letter of Levi Willis to Coleman Cole's use of executive veto, April 26, 1876.
16 Letter of Coleman Cole to editors of The Vindicator, an answer to Levi Willis, May 10, 1876.
17 Notice of Coleman Cole to non-citizens, that they must make application to the Executive Office if they intend to remain, May 10, 1876.
18 Memorial of Coleman Cole to the Secretary of the Interior, regarding payment for Choctaw land sold to the state of Mississippi, October 11, 1876.
19 Biographical sketch of Coleman Cole, October 18, 1876; and annual message of Coleman Cole to Choctaw General Council, October 18, 1876.
20 Report of the Indian Commissioner on Indian law, Indian Territory, Government for Indian Territory, January 13, 1877.
21 Editorial on Coleman Cole, a visit to McAlester, February 10, 1877.
22 Notice of Coleman Cole, regarding infringement upon Choctaw rights by Indian Agent S.W. Marston of Muskogee, April 26, 1877.
23 Memorial of Coleman Cole to the U.S. House of Representatives, regarding lands belonging to Choctaw sold to the state of Mississippi, April 26, 1877.
24 Proclamation of Coleman Cole to officers to attend the meeting of the Executive Council, May 24, 1877.
25 Letter of Coleman Cole to editor of The Indian Journal opposing a mass meeting to oppose infringement by speculators, May 31, 1877.
26 Address by Coleman Cole to the Executive Council of the Choctaw Nation, June 21, 1877.