Context (Event Photos, Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, Field Notes)
* Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History > Hall of the People of Oklahoma
"People of the Dalton culture were the first hunters and gatherers to adapt to the emerging hardwood forest east of the Plains. After the Ice Age, spruce forests were replaced by woodlands full of oak, hickory, and elm. The more abundant animal and plant resources allowed for a more settled lifestyle.
"Dalton people spread throughout the South. They developed regional territories and moved seasonally to and from large base camps to various resource areas."' ...