Statement of Hon. J. J. Russell, Representative From Missouri
Choctaw Citizenship Litigation
Hurley, Patrick Jay. Choctaw Citizenship Litigation. 1916.
Statement of Hon. Clarence B. Miller, Representative From Minnesota
Questions and Additional Report
P. J. Hurley’s Letter to Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation
List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians to whom Patents were Issued for Land under the provisions of Article 14 of the Treaty of September 27, 1830 (Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek) (7 Stat. L./ 333-335)
List of Mississippi Choctaw Indians in whose behalf scrip was issued under the provisions of the act of Congress of August 23, 1842 (5 Stat. L., 513), in lieu of land to which they were entitled under article 14 of the treaty of September 27, 1830 (Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek) (7 Stat. L., 333-335). …
This is a letter from P. J. Hurley, National Attorney for the Choctaw Nation. In this letter he describes in Parts 1-14 the services he performed in Citizenship Cases during the entire term of his employment as attorney for the Choctaw Nation. You will find as you read the different parts of this book there is repetition of some of the work done. For those of you searching for Mississippi Choctaw families denied under Article 14 of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, a better insight as how and why this happened.