The Alibates webpage was written by TBH Co-Editor Susan
Dial. Milton Bell wrote text and identified photos for the Photo Gallery
of the TAS 1969 Field School. Chris Lintz provided a number of helpful
suggestions and sources.
National Park Service information on the Alibates Flint Quarries
National Monument and facilities offered for visitors.
Handbook of Texas Online: The Alibates Flint Quarries.
Amarillo Globe-News book review of the report of 1938-1941
excavations at Alibates quarries and Antelope Creek Ruin by pioneer
Alibates researchers Ele and Jewell Baker, published by the Panhandle
Archeological Society in 2000.
Information on Alibates flint, the area's prehistoric occupants,
and tours of the area.
Carlson, Paul H.
2005 Deep Time and the Texas High Plains History and Geology. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock.
Couzzourt, Jim and Beverly Schmidt Couzzourt
1996 The Texas Archeological Society Field School at Blue Creek,
Moore County, Texas Panhandle. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological
Society 67: 1-114.
1962 Lake Creek: A Woodland Site in the Texas Panhandle. Bulletin
of the Texas Archeological Society 32: 65-84.
1986 Architecture and Community Variability within the Antelope
Creek Phase of the Texas Panhandle. Studies in Oklahoma's Past,
No. 14 Oklahoma Archeological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma.
Potter County Historical Survey Committee and Panhandle
1963 Alibates Flint Quarries: A National Monument. A brief
prepared in support of Senate Bill 1348, April 24, 1963, and House
Bill 8609, Sept. 23, 1963.
1958 The Alibates Flint Quarry, Texas. American Antiquity 24