I tried several times to get high quality scans of this from Topeka with no success. I have transcribed this but my copy from microfilm was so bad that I couldn't read along the borders of many pages. There is a very poor transcription of this online but has so many errors I wish they would take it off -- no offense to the transcriber. This is extremely difficult to read and he had little knowledge of the Civil War in the IT (e.g., he transcribed Star Deer-in-the-water, a Pin in the 3rd IHG, as Thomas Starr, a Southern Cherokee). Lars Gjertveit and I worked on identifying the people and places mentioned. This is a fascinating document that gives much insight to the difficulties and predicament of Watie's Regiment. It also fills in some gaps regarding Phillips' movements into the Cherokee Nation with the IHG. Most of this is written from their camp near Webbers Falls -- one battalion in camp under Parks while Watie was off with another battalion in the northern Cherokee Nation. Parks was furious that he didn't get command of the second regiment and berates all its new officers.
Time for me to get back to work on this and fill in the missing pieces!