SELECT PUBLICATIONS
McKinnon, Duncan P.
2016 Distribution of Design: The Rayed Circle. Caddo Archeology Journal 26:29-42.
2015a Battle Mound Site. The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture.
2015b Zoomorphic Effigy Pendants: An Examination of Style, Medium, and Distribution in the Caddo Homeland. Southeastern Archaeology 34(2):116-135.
2015c A Symbolic and Sacred Landscape: The Confederate Cemetery in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In The Hidden Diversity: Historical Archaeology in Arkansas, edited by Carl G. Drexler, pp. 45-56. University of Tennessee Press.
2014 A Salvage along the Red River: An ARF-Funded AMS Date from the Red Cox Site (3LA18). Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 381:3-4.
2013a Making Headway: Another ARF-Funded AMS Date from Battle Mound (3LA1). Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 372:9-10.
2013b Landscape as a Ritual Object: Exploring Some Thoughts on Organized Space in the Great Bend Region in Southwestern Arkansas. Caddo Archeology Journal 23:67-84.
2012a Corn Cobs Collected in 1948: An ARF-Funded AMS Date from Battle Mound (3LA1). Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 368:8-9.
2012b M.R. Harrington and the Lost Mound in Hempstead, County. Caddo Archeology Journal 22:63-76.
2011a Foreword: A Review of Woodland and Caddo Archeology in Arkansas. In Archeology in Arkansas: Selected Articles from The Arkansas Archeologist, Bulletin of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Volume 1, Caddo Archaeology, assembled by Duncan P. McKinnon, pp. 5-24. Gustav's Library Publishing, Davenport, IA.
2011b Thirty Years in the Foil: An ARF-Funded AMS Date from Battle Mound (3LA1). Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 362:6-8.
2011c Foster Trailed-Incised: A GIS-Based Analysis of Caddo Ceramic Distribution. Caddo Archeology Journal 21:67-84.
2010a Continuing the Research: Archaeogeophysical Investigations at the Battle Mound Site (3LA1) in Lafayette County, Arkansas. Southeastern Archaeology 29(2):250-260.
2010b Summer 1948: A Summary of Excavations at Battle Mound (3LA1), a Premier Caddo Mound Site in the Great Bend Region of the Red River. Arkansas Archeologist 49:1-16.
2009 Exploring Settlement Patterning at a Premier Caddo Mound Site in the Red River Great Bend Region. Southeastern Archaeology 28(2):248-258.

McKinnon, Duncan P. (assembler)
2011 Archeology in Arkansas: Selected Articles from The Arkansas Archeologist, Bulletin of the Arkansas Archeological Society, Volume 1, Caddo Archeology. Gustav's Library, Davenport, IA.

McKinnon, Duncan P., and Jamie C. Brandon
2014 Sometimes Things Just Happen: A Small Hempstead Engraved Bottle Finds a Site. Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 378:10-11.
2009 A Report From the Field: Archaeogeophysical Results from Battle Mound (3LA1). Field Notes: Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society 348:9-12.

Perttula, Timothy K., Ann M. Early, Louis E. Albert, and Jeffrey Girard (compilers and editors), with contributions by Robert L. Brooks, Schott Hammersteadt, Shawn Marceaux, Duncan P. McKinnon, Robert Z. Selden, Jr., Mary Beth Trubitt, and Mark Walters
2013 Caddo Bibliography of Archaeology, Bioarchaeology, Ethnohistory, Ethnography, and History, 4th Edition. Special Publication No. 25, Friends of Northeast Texas Archaeology.

Sullivan, Stephanie M., and McKinnon, Duncan P.
2013 The Collins Mound Site (3WA1): Exploring Architectural Variation within the Ozark Highland Region. Southeastern Archaeology 32(1):70-84.

Walker, Chester P., and Duncan P. McKinnon
2012 Exploring Prehistoric Caddo Communities through Archaeogeophysics. In The Archaeology of the Caddo, edited by Timothy K. Perttula and Chester P. Walker, pp. 177-208. University of Nebraska Press.