Gillam Survey

Acord, Randy
  Telephone interview by TIGHAR Deputy Project Archaeologist Gary Quigg January 19, 2005 to Fairbanks, Alaska.
Alaska Natural History Association
  The Tongass Visitor Guide. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Natural History Association, 2004.
Autrey, John & Stanford, Martin
  Determination of Eligibility for The Harold Gillam Lockheed Electra Plane Crash Site 49-KET-00910, CRM Report 20041005520008. Ketchikan, AK: Ketchikan/Misty Fjords Ranger District, Tongass National Forest, May 25, 2004.
Civil Aeronautics Administration
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Dawson, Don “Bucky”
  Personal communication and interview by Tongass National Forest Archaeologist John Autrey March 3, 2004 Ketchikan, Alaska.
  Telephone interview by TIGHAR Deputy Project Archaeologist Gary Quigg February 1, 2005 Ketchikan, Alaska.
  E-mail communication to TIGHAR Deputy Project Archaeologist Gary Quigg February 13, 2005 Ketchikan, Alaska.
Eichner, Ken
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Gebo, Robert & Dassow, Ethel
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Gill, Jim
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Helmericks, Harmon
  The Last of the Bush Pilots. New York: Bantam Books, 1990.
King, Thomas F., Randall S. Jacobson, Karen R. Burns, & Kenton Spading
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Levi, Steven C.
  Cowboys of the Sky: The Story of Alaska’s Bush Pilots. New York: Walker and Company, 1996.
Liefer, G.P.
  Broken Wings: Tragedy and Disaster in Alaska Civil Aviation. Blaine, WA: Hancock House, 2003.
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
  “Section C. Construction,” Specifications, Equipment and Maintenance for Model 10-A, 10-B and 10-E. Revised January 26, 1937.
Rypinski, Arthur
  “The Men Did Their Duty: The Story of the Ketchikan Electra Crash” TIGHAR TRACKS 20, no. 3 (December, 2004): 9-26.
The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR)
  The NC14935 Crash Site: Evidence of a 1936 Airplane Crash Near Kellogg, Idaho. Wilmington, DE: TIGHAR, 2004.
  “The Ketchikan Wreck” TIGHAR TRACKS 20, no. 3 (December 2004): 6-8.
  “The Un-Dados” TIGHAR TRACKS 20, no. 3 (December 2004): 31-34.

Introduction Purpose Background Research Fieldwork Site Description Aircraft Parts Recovered Interpretation Research Results
Eligibility for National Register Acknowledgements Bibliography Appendix 1: Site Map Appendix 2: Lockheed Electra Appendix 3: Putative Heat Shield Appendix 4: Putative Heat Shield/Lockheed 10B Appendix 5: NC-14915 & WSC-146

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