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Anderson, V.  1989.  Memorandum: MAFS Cleanup Activities.  June 9.

Berhow, Mark A., editor.  1999.  American Seacoast Defenses: A Reference Guide.  Coast Defense Study Group Press.  January.

Brown and Caldwell.  1999.  Draft Makah Waste Management Plan.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.

Chamblin, Carl.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS).  2004.  Shipwreck Database: General M. C. Meigs (AP-116).  National Ocean Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  Available: http://www.cinms.nos.noaa.gov/shipwreck/dbase/ocnms/generalmeigs.html.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

Claplanhoo, Edward.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Clark, E.E.  1953.  Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest.  Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.  225 p.

Clark, R.C., B.G. Patten, and E.E. DeNike.  1978.  "Observations of a Cold-Water Intertidal Community After 5 Years of a Low-Level, Persistent Oil Spill from the General M.C. Meigs."  Published in the Proceedings of the Symposium on Recovery Potential of Oiled Marine Northern Environments held at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on October 10-14, 1977.  Published in J. Fish. Res. Board Can.  Vol. 35. pp. 754-764.

Clark, R.C., J.S. Finley, B.G. Patten, and E.E. DeNike.  1975.  "Long-Term Chemical and Biological Effects of a Persistent Oil Spill Following the Grounding of the General M.C. Meigs."  Published in the Proceedings of the 1975 Conference on Prevention and Control of Oil Pollution, in San Francisco, California.  pp. 479-487.  March 25-27.

Clark, R.C., J.S. Finley, B.G. Patten, D.F. Stefani, and E.E. DeNike.  1973.  "Interagency Investigations of a Persistent Oil Spill on the Washington Coast: Animal Population Studies, Hydrocarbon Uptake by Marine Organisms, and Algae Response Following the Grounding of the Troopship General M.C. Meigs."  Published in the Proceedings from the Joint Conference on Prevention and Control of Oil Spills in Washington DC.  pp. 793-808.  March 13-15.

Dion, N. P., K.L. Walters, and L.M. Nelson.  1980.  Water Resources of the Makah Indian Reservation, Washington.  U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Water Resources Investigation WRI 80-15.  January.

Elyea, Winifred.  1929.  "History of Tatoosh Island."  In Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 3, p. 223-227.  Available: http://content-dev.lib.washington.edu/cgi-bin/docviewer.exe?CISOROOT=/lctext&CISOPTR=1483.

Foster, K.  2002.  Waste Stream Analysis for the Makah Tribe.  Ridolfi Engineers Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Tribe.  July 3.

Foster, K.  2006a.  Asbestos Inspection Report: Site 13 Family Housing - House 411.  RIDOLFI Inc.  March.

Foster, K.  2006b.  Asbestos Inspection Report: Site 13 Family Housing - House 417.  RIDOLFI Inc.  March.

Foster, K.  2006c.  Asbestos Inspection Report: Site 13 Family Housing - House 503.  RIDOLFI Inc.  May.

Gernerd, K.A.  1988.  Inspection Report: Makah Air Force Station, Makah Indian Reservation, Neah Bay, Washington.  U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Construction Management (OCM).  October.

Gibbs, J. 1974.  West Coast Lighthouses: A Pictorial History of the Guiding Lights of the Sea.  Seattle, WA: Superior Publishing Company.  207 p.

Glacier Environmental Services, Inc. (Glacier).  1998.  Removal of Underground and Aboveground Storage Tanks at the Cape Flattery Lighthouse, Tatoosh Island, Clallam County, Washington.  Prepared for U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Oakland, Oakland, CA.  October.

Governor's Office of Indian Affairs.  2000.  Tribal Information: Makah Tribe.  State of Washington.  June 5.  Available: http://www.goia.wa.gov/Tribal-Information/Tribes/makah.htm.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

Grant, D., C. Denfield, and R. Schalk.  1996.  U.S. Navy Shipwrecks and Submerged Naval Aircraft in Washington: An Overview.  International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc.  Prepared for the Washington State Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.  December.

Gregory, Colonel Vladimir J.  1976.  Keepers at the Gate.  Port Townsend, WA: Port Townsend Publishing Co.  368 p.

Hagge, Greg (Assistant Curator of Fort Lewis Military Museum).  2000.  Interview on November 29.

Hanable, W.S.  2004.  Cape Flattery Light on Tatoosh Island begins operating on December 28, 1857.  Essay.  June 8.  Available: http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=5703.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

Keeler, Vincent J.  1950.  Letter from Vincent J. Keeler of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District to Taholah Indian Agency, Regarding U.S. Government (Army) Lease No. W698-eng-2964.  January 6.

Keres Consulting, Inc. (Keres).  2002a.  Draft Phase I Site Assessment Report, Bahobohosh Point Former Military Site.  FUDS No. F10WA061500.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  December.

Keres Consulting, Inc. (Keres).  2002b.  Phase I Site Assessment Report, Waadah Island Quonset Huts and Bunkers Draft.  FUDS No. F10WA061400.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  December.

Keres Consulting, Inc. (Keres).  2002c.  Draft Phase III Site Assessment Report: Tatoosh Island Naval Radio Direction Finder Station F10WA012800.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  November.

LaChester, Festus.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Lane, B.  1982.  Brief Report on the History of Tatoosh Island and its Cultural Significance to the Makah Indians.  August.

Leffingwell, R., and P. Welty.  2000.  Lighthouses of the Pacific Coast: Your Guide to the Lighthouses of California, Oregon, and Washington (Pictorial Discovery Guide).  August 1.

Lord, T.L.  1988.  Letter from Thomas L. Lord to A. Thomas DiDomenico, Makah Tribal Council, regarding the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Proposed Inactivation of Mkaha AFS WA.  January 25.

Lucas, Stephanie.  2006.  Hobuck Creek Dam Removal.  Makah Tribe Fisheries Department, Water Quality.  Memorandum to Jim Woods.  July 25.

Makah Indians Tribe.  1988.  Briefing Paper: Makah Air Force Station Reuse Plannng Project.  July 25.

Makah Indian Tribe.  2002.  Demographic Enrollment Information.  Prepared by Bob Denney, January 10.

Marsh, J.  1996.  Telephone conversation record between Joseph Marsh of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Greg Hagge of Fort Lewis Museum.  Seattle District.

National Archives Record.  1955.  Plot Plan Naval Section Base, Neah Bay, Washington.  January.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  2002.  Approaches to the Strait of Juan de Fuca: Destruction Island to Amphitrite Point.  Nautical chart no. 18480, 28th ed., April 6.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  2004a.  Office of Coast Survey Chart Updates.  Available: http://nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/mcd/updates/index.htm.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  2004b.  Historical Map & Chart Project Image Catalog.  Office of Coast Survey, Historical Map & Chart Collection.  Available: http://historicals.ncd.noaa.gov/historicals/histmap.asp.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  2004c.  Coast Pilot 7: Pacific Coast, California, Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii, 36th ed.  Office of Coast Survey, National Ocean Service.  Available: http://nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/nsd/coastpilot7.htm.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

Nelson, S. and T. Nelson.  1998.  Umbrella Guide to Washington Lighthouses, 2nd Revised Edition.  Kenmore, WA: Epicenter Press.  160 p.

Nicholls, A.  2005.  Family Housing Area (Site 13) AST and PCS Removal Actions, December 2004.  RIDOLFI Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  February 2.

Nicholls, A. and K. Foster.  2005.  Family Camp and Trailer Court (Site 14): Additional Asbestos-Containing Material Inspections.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  July 7.

Nicholls, A., and M. Hilgart.  2006a.  Analytical Results from Creek Samples Collected at the 200-Line Dump (Site 1).  RIDOLFI Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  July 28.

Nicholls, A., and M. Hilgart.  2006b.  Analytical Results from Ground Water and Creek Samples Collected at the Warmhouse Beach Open Dump (Site 4).  RIDOLFI Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  July 7.

Nicholls, A., and M. Hilgart.  2006c.  Analytical Results from Creek Samples Collected at the Cape Flattery Dump (Site 8).  RIDOLFI Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  July 28.

Nicholls, A., and M. Hilgart.  2006d.  Analytical Results from Ground Water Samples Collected at the Cantonment Area (Site 11).  RIDOLFI Inc.  Memorandum to Steve Pendleton, Makah Environmental Division.  July 31.

Noble, D.L.  1999.  A history of the Coast Guard in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.  U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office.  January.  Available: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/g-cp/history/h_PacNW.html.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

Olander, Ralph C.  1942.  Letter from Ralph C. Olander of Headquarters Seattle Air Defense Wing to Oscar Upchurch of Tulalip Indian Reservation, regarding lease of property at Bahobohosh, Washington.  September 15.

Olson, Larry.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Phillips, Floyd H.  1943.  Letter from Floyd H. Phillips of Taholah Indian Agency to Charles Peterson of Makah Tribal Council.  January 25.

Radian Corporation (Radian).  1987.  Hazard Evaluation Report, Makah Air Force Station, Washington.  Prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District.  December.

Radian Corporation (Radian).  1997.  Air Force Radar Station Management Action Plan, Makah Air Force Station, Washington.  Prepared for Headquarters Air Combat Command and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  January.

Ray, Eugene.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Renker, Ann M.  The Makah Tribe: People of the Sea and the Forest.  Available: http://content.lib.washington.edu/aipnw/renker.html.  Accessed: January 4, 2007.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc. (Ridolfi).  2001a.  Makah Indian Reservation Warmhouse Beach Open Dump Hydrogeologic Investigation.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  September.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc. (Ridolfi).  2001b.  Field Observation Report No. 05.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  March 6.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc.  (Ridolfi).  2002.  Field Observation Report No. 237C-01.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  September 11.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003.  Makah Indian Reservation Solid Waste Management Plan.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  February.

Ridolfi Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003a.  Makah Indian Reservation Draft Warmhouse Beach Open Dump Closure Plan.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  February.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003b.  Makah Indian Reservation Solid Waste Handling Facility: Preliminary Engineering Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  February.

Ridolfi Engineers Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003c.  Makah Indian Reservation Solid Waste Handling Facility: Environmental Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  February.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003d.  Makah Indian Reservation NALEMP 2002 Limited Remedial Investigations Update Memorandum.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  April 24.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003e.  Memorandum: Waadah Island Quonset Huts and Bunkers Draft Phase I Site Assessment Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  July 22.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2003f.  Phase I Environmental Site Assessment: Transfer Station Property, Northeast Corner of Cape Flattery Road and Hobuck Road, Makah Indian Reservation, Washington.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  November 12.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2004a.  Field Observation Report No. FR-01.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  April.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2004b.  Tatoosh Island (Site 22) NALEMP 2003 Draft Site Investigation Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  April.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2004c.  No Further Action Report: Anderson Point Ruins (Site 17), Makah Indian Reservation.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  November 18.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2004d.  No Further Action Report: Portage Head Ruins (Site 18), Makah Indian Reservation.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  November 18.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2004e.  No Further Action Report: Bahobohosh Point (Site 15), Makah Indian Reservation.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  November 18.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2005a.  Warmhouse Beach Open Dump (Site 4) Site Investigation Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  January.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2005b.  Asbestos-Containing Material and Lead-Based Paint Inspection Report: Navy Life Boat Station (Site 2), Neah Bay, Washington.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  January.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2005c.  Cantonment Area (Site 11) Test Pit Investigation Report.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  February.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2005d.  Former Military Sites, Makah Indian Reservation Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program 2003: Limited Remedial Investigation Report.  January.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2005e.  Draft Makah Strategic Project Implementation Plan for Department of Defense Environmental Mitigation.  May.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2006a.  Navy Life Boat Station (Site 2): Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program 2004: Removal Action Completion Report for Removal of Buildings and Fuel Tanks.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  August.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2006b.  Tatoosh Island (Site 22) Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program 2004: Removal Action Report for Petroleum-Contaminated Soil.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  March.

RIDOLFI Inc. (Ridolfi).  2006c.  2006 Makah Strategic Project Implementation Plan for Department of Defense Environmental Mitigation.  Prepared for the Makah Tribal Council.  August.

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).  1993.  Landfill Closure Plan for the Makah Reservation.  Prepared for USEPA Region 10 under Contract No. 68-W9-0008.

Shannon & Wilson, Inc.  1990.  Environmental Monitoring, Makah Air Force Station, Neah Bay, Washington.  January.

Shunn, James.  1994.  Interview affidavits included in Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment prepared by Tecumseh Professional Associates Inc. (1998).

Tecumseh Professional Associates, Inc.  1998.  Makah Indian Reservation Site Assessment Report.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.

Tecumseh Professional Associates, Inc.  2000a.  Phase I "Certain" Technical Report, Makah Reservation Cape Flattery Battery Site, F10WA0584.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  November 30.

Tecumseh Professional Associates, Inc.  2000b.  Phase I "Certain" Technical Report, Makah Reservation Bahokus Peak VHF Site 2 MI, F10WA0585.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  November 30.

Tecumseh Professional Associates, Inc.  2000c.  Phase I "Certain" Technical Report, Makah Reservation Tatoosh Island Naval Radio Direction Finder Station, F10WA0128.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  November 30.

Tecumseh Professional Associates, Inc.  2000d.  Phase I "Certain" Technical Report, Makah Reservation Neah Bay Cable Annex, F10WA0382.  Prepared for EG&G Technical Services, Inc.  November 30.

Tetra Tech, Inc.  1988.  Final Field Investigation Report: Asbestos and Underground Storage Tank Survey at Cantonment and Family Housing Areas.  Makah Air Force Station, Neah Bay, Washington.

U.S. Air Force (USAF).  1956.  Master Plan, P-44, Neah Bay Air Force Station.

U.S. Air Force (USAF).  1961.  Makah Air Force Station Map.

U.S. Air Force (USAF).  1987.  Finding of No Significant Impact: Closure of Makah Air Force Station (AFS), Washington.  Signed by Thomas L. Lord, Environmental Protection Committee, Tactical Air Command.  September 28.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1935.  Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Tactical Map 1639:6150;/99; Cape Flattery, Washington.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1942.  General Location and Site Map, Cape Flattery Area.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1945.  "The Fort That Never Was", extracted from Local Harbor Defense Board Fortification Project, Permanent Title 40M6A, from NA RG165 (G-4 662.1/25-K).

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1989.  Statement of Work, Site Clean-up, Makah Air Force Station, Neah Bay, Washington.  February 13.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1996.  Defense Environmental Restoration Program for Formerly Used Defense Sites (DERP-FUDS) Program Manual.  Division of Environmental Restoration, Directorate of Military Programs, Washington, D.C. July.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1996a.  Inventory Project Report for Site No. FIOWA058500.  Bahokus Peak VHF Site 2MI, Clallam County, Washington.  Seattle District.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  1996b.  Inventory Project Report (INPR) for Site No. F10WA0112800, Tatoosh Island Naval Radio Direction Finder Station, Clallam County, WA.  Defense Environmental Restoration Program for Formerly Used Defense Sites (DERP-FUDS).  Memorandum from Col. Donald T. Wynn, August.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  2002.  FUDS 2002 Properties: Washington.  Available: http://hq.environmental.usace.army.mil/programs/fuds02/fwa/fwa.html.  Accessed July 24, 2006.

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U.S. Coast Guard (USCG).  1956.  Report of Excess Real Property, Neah Bay Lifeboat Station (Navy Section), Neah Bay, Washington.  April 17.

U.S. Coast Guard (USCG).  2002.  Station Waaddah Island, Washington.  Compiled by Thomas McKenzie, USCG.  U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office.  January.  Available: http://www.uscg.mil/hq/g-cp/history/STATIONS/WAADDAH%20ISLAND.html  Accessed July 24, 2006.

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U.S. Department of Defense (USDoD).  2004.  Native American Lands Environment Mitigation Program (NALEMP) Implementation Manual.  Draft.  February.

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U.S. Department of the Interior.  1950.  Indian Service Road System, Together With All Other Roads and Highways Within the Makah Indian Reservation.  Map.  Western Washington Agency, Everett, Washington.  Office of Indian Affairs.  July.

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