Don G. Wyckoff, Ph.D.

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Don G. Wyckoff, Ph.D.

Curator Emeritus


I continue working with numerous colleagues on archaeological/paleoenvironmental research. A book on Calf Creek sites and materials is underway as is a book on snails as proxy records to past environment. I am studying a major cache of Texas flint found near Blanchard, Oklahoma, Finally, manuscripts are partially written on Alibates flint use in eastern Oklahoma, on mid-Wisconsinan deposits in western Oklahoma, on the occurrence of knappable quartzite in the Antlers Formation of southern Oklahoma, and on the early Holocene sites and artifacts in the Red River Basin of Oklahoma.


Wyckoff, Don G. 1977.  Secondary Forest Succession Following Abandonment of Mesa Verde. The Kiva 42(3-4): 215-231.

Wyckoff, Don G., and T.G. Baugh. 1980.  Early Historic Caddo Elites: A Model for the Material Culture of Governing Elites. Mid-Continent Journal of Archeology 5(2):255-288.

Wyckoff, Don G. 1985. The Packard Complex: Early Archaic, Pre-Dalton Occupations of the Prairie-Woodland Border. Southeastern Archaeology 4(1):1-26.

Wyckoff, Don G. 1989.  Accelerator Dates and Chronology at the Packard Site, Oklahoma. Current Research in the Pleistocene 6:24-25.

Wyckoff, Don G. 1992.  Refitting and Southern Plains Protohistoric Knapping Behavior: The Lowrance Example. Piecing Together the Past: Applications of Refitting Studies to Archaeology, edited by J.L. Hofman and J.G. Enloe, pp. 83-127. British Archaeological Reports International Series 578.

Wyckoff, Don G. 1993.  Gravel Sources of Knappable Alibates Silicified Dolomite. Geoarchaeology 8(1):35-38.

Wyckoff, Don G., and R. Bartlett. 1995.  Living on the Edge: Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene Cultural Inter-action along the Southeastern Woodlands-Southern Plains Border. Pre-Columbian Native Interaction, Multiscalar Analyses and Interpretations in the Eastern Woodlands, edited by M.S. Nassaney and K.E. Sassaman, pp. 27-72. University of Tennessee Press.

Wyckoff, Don G. 1999.  Southern Plains Folsom Lithic Technology: A View from the Edge. Folsom Lithic Technology: Explorations in Structure and Variation, edited by D.S. Amick, pp. 39-64. International Monographs in Prehistory, Archaeological Series. Ann Arbor.

Wyckoff, Don G., J. Theler, and B. J. Carter. 2003.  The Southern Plains Gastropod Survey: The Distribution of Land Snail Populations in an American Grassland Environment. American Malaco-logical Bulletin 18(1-2):1-22.

Wyckoff, Don G., J. Theler, and B.J. Carter. 2003.  The Burnham Site in Northwestern Oklahoma: Glimpses Beyond Clovis? Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History and Oklahoma Anthropological Society (Memoir 9).

Wyckoff, Don G. 2005.  Recent Lithic Technological Studies on the Southern Plains and Adjacent Regions, Part I: Identifying and Sourcing Raw Materials. Lithic Technology 30(2):89-105.

Wyckoff, Don G. 2010.  Hunter-Gatherer Chert Use along the Southwest Flanks of the Ozarks. The Missouri Archeologist 71:77-110.