b'N o t esA B B R EV I A T I O N S 10. (Homesteading) Miller, Cultural Resources ReportReference 1, Register of PertinentPlan, pp. 2-21 to 2-22; (quotation) Hugh Information, p. 2.Lovin, Footnote to History: `The Reservoir 9. Scientech Report, Reference 2, p. 22;IHS Idaho Historical Society Would Not Hold Water, Idaho Yesterdays Reference 85, p. 135; and map of NavalBSU Boise State University Library (Spring 1980): 14. Proving Ground, p. 2-8. See also 1951Special Collections 11. (Traditional routes) to Clayton Marler from INEEL photo no. 02974; map U.S. NavalDiana Yupe, Tribal Cultural Resources Proving Ground.HREX Human Radiation Experiments, Coordinator, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, 10. Stan Coloff, The High and Dry Navy:Internet site: June 21, 1999, copy at Cultural Resources World War II, Philtron(October 1965): 3,http://tis.eh.doe.gov/ohre/ Office, INEEL. reprinted as WWII: The Arco NavalC H A P T E R O N E C H A P T E R T W O Proving Ground in INEL News(May1989): 18; Scientech Report, p. 3-2 (roadEpigraph: Susan M. Stacy, Conversations, A Epigraph: Kay Lambson, interview with author, names), Reference 2, p. 5 (Scoville). ExtantCompanion Book to Idaho Public Televisions February 9, 1999. buildings from the Naval Proving GroundProceeding On Through a Beautiful Country era in 1999 included the commanding(Boise: Idaho Public Television, 1990), 47. 1. Wyle Laboratories, Interim Ordnance officers house (CFA-607), the MarineCleanup Program Record Search Report, barracks (CFA-606), the pumphouse (CFA-1. Mike Atwood, interview with author, hereafter, Scientech Repor(Norco,t 642), a brick-veneer cottage (CFA-613), andJanuary 22, 1999, recounted his story as California: Scientific Services and Systems a wood frame cottage (CFA-603). Three ofretold in this chapter. Group, 1993), Reference 2, History of the the magazines were still in use: CFA-6352. Fourteen Stockmen Testify at AEC Land Naval Ordnance Plant, Pocatello, Idaho, p. and -637 stored hazardous materials; andHearing, Post-Register, May 3, 1950, 2. 1. This report reprints documents found in CFA-638 was used as a Dosimetry3. See Dr. Bill Hackett, et al, Geohydrologic Naval Historical Center and other archives. Calculation Laboratory.Story of the Eastern Snake River Plain and See also Arrowrock Group, The National 11. Coloff, 3.the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Environmental and Engineering Laboratory: 12. Gloria Lambson, February 9, 1999.(Idaho Falls: Idaho Operations Office, A Historical Context and Assessment,1986), 11. (hereafter Context Report) INEEL/EXT-97- 13. Gloria Lambson, February 9, 1999;4. (Lava tubes) Hackett, Snake River Plain, 11; 01021, Revision 2 (Idaho Falls: INEEL, Scientech Report, Reference 1, p. 6 (buoy1997), 29-30; and United States, Building repair).(date) personal communication from Dr. the Navys Bases in World War II: History of 14. Kay Lambson, Gloria Lambson, February 9,Richard P. Smith to Julie Braun, INEEL, the Bureau of Yards and Docks and the Civil 1999.March 9, 1999. Lava flows at Craters of the Engineer Corps, 1940-1946,Vol. 1Moon National Monument west of the (Washington D.C.: Government Printing 15. Scientech Report, p. 2-6, 2-9, 2-10, 1.6-INEELmay be only 2,000 years old. Office, 1947), 1-13. 16. One designated area was about five miles5. Mike Atwood, January 22, 1999. 2. Context Repor, 29-30.t northwest of the INEELs Radioactive Waste6. E.S. Lohse, Aviators Cave, Idaho 3. Context Report, 30. Management Complex; the other centeredArcheologist12 (Fall 1989): 23. on what is todays U.S. Highway 207. Susanne J. Miller, Idaho National 4. Scientech Report, Reference 2, pp. 4-5. between East Butte and the site of EBR-II.Engineering Laboratory Management Plan 5. Context Report, 30. See Scientech Report, Reference 96, for Cultural Resources (Final Draft)(Idaho 6. Context Report, 31. The letters on the p. 2-74, 6-7.Falls: Lockheed Idaho Technologies concrete were still visible in 1999. 17. (Quote, air-gap) to Captain M.A. SawyerCompany Report DOE/ID-10361, Revision 7. Margaret and Orville Larsen, interview with from Captain Walter E. Brown, August 11,1, 1995), 2-17. author, March 19, 1999; Scientech Report, p. 1944, in Scientech Report, p. 2-23 to 2-25.8. Lohse, Aviators Cave, 23-28. 3-2 (road names). 18. Scientech Report, p. 2-22, 2-29, 2-35 to 2-9. Miller, Cultural Resources Plan, pp. 2-18 to 8. Kay Lambson, Gloria Lambson, interviews 38.2-21. with author, February 9, 1999; and Scientech2 8 1'