Ever feel like screaming ARRRRGGGHHH!
I got the copy of American Antiquity Journal July 1981 Volume 46 Number 3 and proceeded to the indexed page. There I find a section of the journal listed as "Current Research". It actually is split into several regions of the country and explains what is being done in those areas.
Well I thumb through the section, (the whole section is the 33 pages) and I find the information on Bayou Menard, hum.. survy of water shed... nothing on the battle therof. One column over is a description of what was going on and I get to reading it and lo the same folks doing the Bayou Menard work are working on a survey of the "proposed" Honey Springs Battlefield Park. Seems that the Oklahoma Archeological Survey group led by Catherine Yates, John Harrington, Timothy Baugh, and Don Wyckoff. Richard Drass handled the Bayou Menard survey and the group identified 37 historic and 4 pre-historic sites in "that area" of Oklahoma....
And that is all that is reported. Period. The end.
I hate academic journals that allow this "reporting", yep somebody got to list on their resume that they were "published" but tells us nothing.
Apparently OHS and Honey Springs Battlefield Commission received the results but I've not found anything formally published on line or in any journal listings.