11060 Woodhead Park Idaho
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Woodhead Park, built in 1959, is named in honor of Ed Woodhead who served as Idaho Power’s chief construction engineer for the Brownlee Power Plant. John Brownlee operated a ferryboat across the Snake River during the late 1800’s to bring people, livestock and equipment into the area. Brownlee Creek, Brownlee Dam and the 58-mile-long reservoir were all named after the Brownlee family.
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January 2nd, 2019
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