Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument National Park Service Harrison NE and Scotts Bluff National Monument National Park Service Gerrin by NPS


									                          Federal Register / Vol. 66, No. 7 / Wednesday, January 10, 2001 / Notices                                                    2001

and San Mateo Counties. Members of                    LOUISIANA                                               SOUTH DAKOTA
the Commission are as follows: Mr.                                                                            Minnehaha County
                                                      Lincoln Parish
Richard Bartke, Chairman; Ms. Amy
Meyer, Vice Chair; Ms. Susan Giacomini                James, T.L., Building, 106 W.                           Farley—Loetscher Company Building,
Allan, Mr. Douglas Siden, Mr. Michael                   Mississippi, Ruston, 01000006                           701–705 E. 8th St., Sioux Falls,
Alexander, Mr. Dennis J. Rodoni, Ms.                                                                            01000020
Lennie Roberts, Ms. Yvonne Lee, Mr.                   St. Mary Parish
                                                                                                              [FR Doc. 01–619 Filed 1–9–01; 8:45 am]
Fred Rodriguez, Mr. Trent Orr, Mr.                    Albania Plantation House, 1842 LA 182                   BILLING CODE 4310–70–P
Redmond Kernan, Ms. Betsey Cutler,                      E., Jeanerette, 01000007
Mr. Gordon Bennett, Ms. Anna-Marie
Booth, Mr. John J. Spring, Dr. Edgar                  St. Tammany Parish                                      DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Wayburn, Mr. Doug Nadeau.
                                                      Cousin, Francois, House, (Louisiana’s                   National Park Service
  Dated: December 28, 2000.                             French Creole Architecture MPS)
Mary G. Scott,                                          58148 Gwin Rd., Slidell, 01000008                     Correction; Notice of Inventory
Acting General Superintendent, Golden Gate                                                                    Completion for Native American
National Recreation Area.                                                                                     Human Remains and Associated
[FR Doc. 01–620 Filed 1–9–01; 8:45 am]                Cole County                                             Funerary Objects in the Possession of
BILLING CODE 4310–70–P                                                                                        Agate Fossil Beds National Monument,
                                                      Porth, Dr. Joseph P. and Effie, House,                  National Park Service, Harrison, NE
                                                        631 W. Main St., Jefferson City,                      and Scotts Bluff National Monument,
                                                        01000009                                              National Park Service, Gerring, NE
                                                      Grundy County
National Park Service                                                                                         AGENCY:    National Park Service, Interior.
                                                      Plaza Hotel, 715 Main St., Trenton,                     ACTION:   Correction.
National Register of Historic Places;                   01000010
Notification of Pending Nominations                                                                           SUMMARY: The National Park Service
                                                      Howell County                                           published a notice of inventory
  Nominations for the following                       Elledge Arcade Buildings, 28 Court Sq.                  completion in the Federal Register on
properties being considered for listing                 and 2 Elledge Arcade, West Plains,                    May 23, 2000 for Native American
in the National Register were received                  01000011                                              human remains and associated funerary
by the National Park Service before                                                                           objects from Agate Fossil Beds National
December 30, 2000. Pursuant to § 60.13                Smith, W.J. and Ed, Building, 109–113                   Monument and Scotts Bluff National
of 36 CFR Part 60 written comments                      Washington Ave., West Plains,                         Monument. The notice incorrectly listed
concerning the significance of these                    01000012                                              one human skull as likely representing
properties under the National Register                West Plains Bank Building, 107                          the remains of a Native American
criteria for evaluation may be forwarded                Washington Ave., West Plains,                         individual and one deer bone associated
to the National Register, National Park                 01000013                                              with these remains as an associated
Service, 1849 C St. NW, NC400,                                                                                funerary object. Based on additional
                                                      Jackson County
Washington, DC 20240. Written                                                                                 information provided by an August
comments should be submitted by                       Tromanhauser, Norman, House, 3603                       2000 bioanthropological analysis of this
January 25, 2001.                                       W. Roanoke Dr., Kansas City,                          skull, the Agate Fossil Beds National
                                                        01000014                                              Monument superintendent determined
Carol D. Shull,                                                                                               that the human remains are not Native
Keeper of the National Register.                      NORTH CAROLINA                                          American and, therefore, the deer bone
ARIZONA                                               Johnston County                                         associated with these remains is not an
                                                                                                              associated funerary object.
Coconino County                                       Watson—Sanders House, 2810 Brogden
                                                       Rd., Smithfield, 01000015
USFS Fort Valley Experimental Forest                                                                            In the Federal Register of May 23,
 Station Historic District, 1⁄3 mi. W. of             Orange County
                                                                                                              2000, FR Doc. 00–12852, page 33350, in
 Jct. US 180 and Bader Rd., Flagstaff,                                                                        the second column, the paragraph
 01000002                                             Hogan, Thomas and Mary, House, 9118
                                                       Hillsborough Rd., Carrboro, 01000016                   beginning ‘‘In 1968, human remains
ARKANSAS                                                                                                      representing eight individuals’’ is
                                                      Rowan County                                            corrected as follows to reflect changes in
Pulaski County                                                                                                the number of human remains and
                                                      Granite Quarry School, 706 Dunn’s
Doe Branch Post Office, 32100 Kanis                                                                           associated funerary objects:
                                                        Mountain Rd., Granite Quarry,
  Rd., Ferndale, 01000003                               01000017                                                 In 1968, human remains representing
                                                                                                              seven individuals were donated to
FLORIDA                                               RHODE ISLAND                                            Agate Fossil Beds National Monument
Leon County                                           Newport County                                          by Margaret Cook. No known
                                                                                                              individuals were identified. The 10
Tookes House, 412 West Virginia Ave.,                 Boyd’s Windmill, Prospect Ave.,                         associated funerary objects consist of 1
  Tallahassee, 01000004                                 Middletown, 01000018                                  soil burial matrix containing numerous
Seminole County                                       Providence County                                       glass beads, 6 shell buttons and button
                                                                                                              fragments, 1 brass bell, 1 collection of
Ritz Theater, 201 S. Magnolia Ave.,                   Mathewson Farm, 544 Greenville Ave.,                    cloth and leather fragments and 1
  Sanford, 01000005                                    Johnston, 01000019                                     collection of plant seeds.

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   In the Federal Register of May 23,                Oklahoma; Ponca Tribe of Nebraska;                      due to a disability, please contact the
2000, FR Doc. 00–12852, page 33350, in               Rosebud Sioux Tribe of the Rosebud                      Equal Employment Opportunity Office
the third column, the paragraph                      Indian Reservation, South Dakota;                       at (916) 653–6952 or TDD (916) 653–
beginning ‘‘Through the physical                     Santee Sioux Tribe of the Santee                        6934 at least one week prior to the
anthropological examinations’’ is                    Reservation of Nebraska; Shoshone                       meeting.
corrected by deleting the following                  Tribe of the Wind River Reservation,                    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The San
sentence:                                            Wyoming; Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of                     Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin
   The physical anthropological                      the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho;                     Delta Estuary (Bay-Delta system) is a
examinations also determined that one                Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck                      critically important part of California’s
of the individuals described above is                Valley Reservation, Nevada; Spirit Lake                 natural environment and economy. In
likely Native American.                              Tribe, North Dakota; Standing Rock                      recognition of the serious problems
                                                     Sioux Tribe of North & South Dakota;                    facing the region and the complex
   In the Federal Register of May 23,                Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort
2000, FR Doc. 00–12852, beginning on                                                                         resource management decisions that
                                                     Berthold Reservation, North Dakota; and
page 33350 in the third column and                                                                           must be made, the state of California
                                                     the Yankton Sioux Tribe of South
ending on page 33351 in the first                                                                            and the Federal government are working
column, the following sentences are                                                                          together to stabilize, protect, restore,
                                                       Dated: January 1, 2001.                               and enhance the Bay-Delta system. The
corrected to reflect changes in the
number of human remains and                          John Robbins,                                           State and Federal agencies with
associated funerary objects:                         Assistant Director, Cultural Resources                  management and regulatory
                                                     Stewardship and Partnerships.                           responsibilities in the Bay-Delta system
   Based on the above-mentioned                      [FR Doc. 01–649 Filed 1–9–01; 8:45 am]                  are working together as CALFED to
information, the Agate Fossil Beds                                                                           provide policy direction and oversight
                                                     BILLING CODE 4310–70–M
National Monument and Scotts Bluff                                                                           for the process.
National Monument superintendents                                                                               One area of Bay-Delta management
determined that, pursuant to 43 CFR                  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR                              includes the establishment of a joint
10.2 (d)(1), the human remains listed                                                                        State-Federal process to develop long-
above represent 18 individuals of Native             Bureau of Reclamation                                   term solutions to problems in the Bay-
American ancestry. The Agate Fossil                                                                          Delta system related to fish and wildlife,
Beds National Monument and Scotts                    Bay-Delta Advisory Council’s
                                                                                                             water supply reliability, natural
Bluff National Monument                              Ecosystem Roundtable Meeting and
                                                                                                             disasters, and water quality. The intent
superintendents also determined that,                Ecosystem Roundtable Amendments
                                                     Subcommittee Meeting                                    is to develop a comprehensive and
pursuant to 43 CFR 10.2(d)(2), the 15                                                                        balanced plan that addresses all of the
associated funerary objects listed above             AGENCY: Bureau of Reclamation,                          resource problems. This effort, the
are reasonably believed to have been                 Interior.                                               CALFED Bay-Delta Program (Program),
placed with or near individual human                                                                         is being carried out under the policy
                                                     ACTION: Notice of meetings.
remains at the time of death or later as                                                                     direction of CALFED. The Program is
part of the death rite or ceremony.                  SUMMARY: The Bay-Delta Advisory                         exploring and developing a long-term
   This correction has been sent to                  Council’s (BDAC) Ecosystem                              solution for a cooperative planning
officials of the Apache Tribe of                     Roundtable will meet on January 25,                     process that will determine the most
Oklahoma; Arapahoe Tribe of the Wind                 2001 to discuss the 2002 Ecosystem                      appropriate strategy and actions
River Reservation, Wyoming;                          Restoration Program Implementation                      necessary to improve water quality,
Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort             Plan, project selection process, and                    restore health to the Bay-Delta
Peck Indian Reservation, Montana;                    other issues. The Amendments                            ecosystem, provide for a variety of
Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian              Subcommittee will also meet on January                  beneficial uses, and minimize Bay-Delta
Reservation of Montana; Cheyenne-                    25, 2001 to discuss proposed contract                   system vulnerability. A group of citizen
Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma; Cheyenne                 modifications for several ongoing                       advisors representing California’s
River Sioux Tribe of the Cheyenne River              ecosystem restoration projects. These                   agricultural, environmental, urban,
Reservation, South Dakota; Comanche                  meetings are open to the public.                        business, fishing, and other interests
Indian Tribe, Oklahoma; Crow Creek                   Interested persons may make oral                        who have a stake in finding long-term
Sioux Tribe of the Crow Creek                        statements to the Ecosystem Roundtable                  solutions for the problems affecting the
Reservation, South Dakota; Crow Tribe                and Amendments Subcommittee or may                      Bay-Delta system has been chartered
of Montana; Flandreau Santee Sioux                   file written statements for consideration.              under the Federal Advisory Committee
Tribe of South Dakota; Fort Sill Apache              DATES: The BDAC’s Ecosystem                             Act (FACA). The BDAC provides advice
Tribe of Oklahoma; Jicarilla Apache                  Roundtable meeting will be held from                    CALFED on the program mission,
Tribe of the Jicarilla Apache Indian                 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, January                problems to be addressed, and
Reservation, New Mexico; Kiowa Indian                25, 2001. The Ecosystem Roundtable                      objectives for the Program. BDAC
Tribe of Oklahoma; Lower Brule Sioux                 Amendments Subcommittee meeting                         provides a forum to help ensure public
Trbe of the Lower Brule Reservation,                 will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on                   participation, and will review reports
South Dakota; Mescalero Apache Tribe                 Thursday, January 25, 2001.                             and other materials prepared by
of the Mescalero Reservation, New                    ADDRESSES: The Ecosystem Roundtable                     CALFED staff. BDAC has established a
Mexico; Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the               and Amendments Subcommittee will                        subcommittee called the Ecosystem
Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation,                meet at the Resources Building, 1416                    Roundtable to provide input on annual
Montana; Northwestern Band of                        Ninth Street, Room 1131, Sacramento,                    workplans to implement ecosystem
Shoshoni Nation of Utah (Washakie);                  CA 95814.                                               restoration projects and program.
Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge                 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:                           Minutes of the meeting will be
Reservation, South Dakota; Omaha Tribe               Terry Mills, CALFED Bay-Delta                           maintained by the Program, Suite 1155,
of Nebraska; Pawnee Indian Tribe of                  Program, at (916) 657–2666. If                          1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento, CA
Oklahoma; Ponca Tribe of Indians of                  reasonable accommodation is needed                      95814, and will be available for public

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