I have a typed copy of my original work on the Watie Day book, but my transcribed papers, as well as a typed copy I gave to Tom Sweeney for his Museum back in 1997. I did this work in 1991/2 which at the time I did not have a computer and therefore never put it in a file, which I certainly should. I had several lines in which I put brackets with the words 'not clear or undecipherable'. The on line version certainly is better than what I got from the micro-film. Still a comparison to the original book is in order I think. As my work is a typed copy I will type it into a file and send it to you. It shouldn't take too long to do.
I am now transcribing the letters of Douglas H. Cooper to Hindman. There are about forty of these letters dated between late August thru December 1862, with the bulk of them in December. In one particular long letter dated early November there is some very revealing information as to the troubles Cooper was having with Pike and how he was deploying Watie's regiment. Once I have these completed I will post that they are done and available and will at the same time send you a copy. They will of course go into the Hindman Books, which appears now will be about two volumes.