McCutchan-McLaughlin has been recognized as a significant
site with its listing on the National Register of Historic
Places. Research continues today on this fascinating site
in Latimer County.
For further reading, consult:
Bioarchaeology of the McCutchan-McLaughlin Site by Mary Lucas
Powell and Dan Rogers, Oklahoma Archeological Survey Studies
in Oklahoma's Past, No. 5, 1980.
"Bone Tool Manufacture and Use by Prepottery Occupants
of the McCutchan-McLaughlin Site" by Cherie Clark, Bulletin
of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society, Vol. XXIX, 1980.
"Arkansas Valley Caddoan Formative: The Wister and Fourche
Maline Phases," by Jerry R. Galm in Prehistory of Oklahoma,
Robert E. Bell, ed., Academic Press, 1984.
Bone fish hook manufacturing stages.