Letter by Richard J. McCloskey of the Indian Health Service to the Choctaw people, letter is also endorsed by Hollis E. Roberts, P.C.C.N., January 29, 1981; letter cites proposed changes in eligibility for IHS services.
A proposed act to amend the act making distribution of the net proceeds money arising under the judgment of the Court of Claims of the United States. Approved November 6, 1888. Passed Senate January 17, 1889. Passed house and approved January 18,...
An act of October 11, 1889, supplementing an act creating the Court of Claims approved November 6, 1888, and amending an act approved January 18, 1889. Passed House October 11, 1889. Passed Senate October 12, 1889.
Bill No. 1. An act providing for the appointment of commissioners to the International Council and meet the U.S. Commissioners. Passed Senate January 25, 1894. Passed House and approved January 26, 1894.
Bill No. 8. An act requiring County Judge to take census of Tobexey County for the purpose of re-apportionment of its representatives in council. Passed Senate January 26, 1894. Passed House and approved January 27, 1894.
Bill No. 11. An act to authorize the Choctaw and Chickasaw national railroad company to construct and operate a railway through the Choctaw and Chickasaw nation and for other purposes. Passed House and Senate January 26, 1894. Approved January 27,...
An act rejecting the application of David W. Weeden, et. al. to citizenship in the Choctaw Nation. Passed House and Senate October 25, 1898. Approved October 26, 1898. Disapproved January 20, 1899, by President William McKinley.
An act repealing in part an article granting citizenship on Sarah Wilson, Isaac Wilson, Eva Wilson, and Horace Wilson. Passed and approved October 28, 1898. Disapproved by Pres. McKinley January 20, 1899.
A letter to the President submitting and recommending disapproval of an act approved October 23, 1898, repealing an act granting to Nancy Lee Cundiff citizenship in Choctaw Nation. Dated January 19, 1899.
A letter specifying that the act repealing an act employing and appointing S. Guerrier, special agent and attorney of the Choctaw Nation was not properly certified and so is being returned. Dated January 2, 1899.