The Antelope Creek people are the only recorded prehistoric
culture in Oklahoma using stone slab foundations in the construction
of their homes. Packed clay held the sandstone slabs upright.
The walls were probably finished with grasses woven into upright
limbs and covered with clay.
The house excavated at the Roy Smith Site in 1965 had a continuous
west wall of 70 feet. Five 15 foot by 11 foot rooms were sectioned
off the main E-W wall. The largest of these rooms on the south
end of the structure had a long entryway stretching to the
The arrow points and other stone tools found at Roy Smith
were chipped from Alibates flint from the famous Alibates
quarry in the Texas Panhandle, about 100 miles from Roy Smith.Excavators
also found bison bone farming tools and cordmarked pottery
at Roy Smith.