What a title. Again, courtesy of Brian Howell. Incredible amount of information on both – this report is 109 pages long and contains abbreviated histories of the Eldorado Company, Beaverlodge, and Uranium City as well as breakdowns of everything from the costs to ‘Reaction To Closure’ to compensation to the minutes of the Manpower Committee. An important historical document nonetheless.
Courtesy of Brian Howell.
The full title:
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UPDATED ANALYSIS OF THE ELDORADO URANIUM MINERS’ COHORT:
PART I OF THE SASKATCHEWAN URANIUM MINERS’ COHORT STUDY published 2006
From the introduction:
“This report presents the results of the statistical analysis of a cohort of 17,660 individuals known to have worked for Eldorado somewhere between 1930 and 1999. Based on a total of 5,332 deaths between 1950 and 1999, and 2,355 individuals who developed at least one cancer between 1969 and 1999, several types of analyses have been conducted.”
These are mostly from the ’50s, but some nice images. Part of a collection of images of towns from all over the Prairie provinces (Uranium City isn’t remotely the Prairies, but we get the gist):
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