Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Harvard University Cambridge MA and the Plimoth Plantation Plymouth MA by NPS

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  Dated: October 19, 1998.                    any individual. Officials of the                In 1934, human remains representing
Joseph M. Lawler,                             American Museum of Natural History           two individuals were recovered in
Regional Director, National Capital Region.   have also determined that, pursuant to       Plymouth, MA by Henry and Ralph
[FR Doc. 98–29184 Filed 10–29–98; 8:45 am]    43 CFR 10.2 (e), there is a relationship     Hornblower and Jesse Brewer on
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                                              of shared group identity which can be        property owned by the Hornblowers
                                              reasonably traced between this item and      adjacent to the Eel River. Also in 1934,
                                              the Oneida Nation of New York.               these human remains were transferred
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR                       This notice has been sent to officials    to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology
                                              of the Oneida Nation of New York and         and Ethnology. No known individuals
National Park Service                         the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin.               were identified. The five associated
                                              Representatives of any other Indian tribe    funerary objects include a triangular
Notice of Intent to Repatriate a Cultural     that believes itself to be culturally        brass projectile point with attached
Item in the Possession of the American        affiliated with this object should contact   sinew, a box of yellow ochre, a Native-
Museum of Natural History, New York           Martha Graham, Registrar of Cultural         made ceramic sherd, and two bark
City, NY                                      Resources, American Museum of                containers. During the 1950s, these
                                              Natural History, Department of               objects were donated to the Plimoth
AGENCY:   National Park Service, Interior.
                                              Anthropology, Central Park West at 79th      Plantation by Harry Hornblower.
ACTION:   Notice.                                                                             The documentation associated with
                                              Street, New York, NY 10024-5192;
                                              telephone: (212) 769-5846 before             the objects indicates these objects were
   Notice is hereby given under the
                                              November 30, 1998. Repatriation of this      associated with the human remains
Native American Graves Protection and
                                              object to the Oneida Nation of New York      from the Hornblower property at the
Repatriation Act, 43 CFR 10.10 (a)(3), of
                                              may begin after that date if no              Peabody Museum of Archaeology and
the intent to repatriate a cultural item in
                                              additional claimants come forward.           Ethnology. Based on the presence of the
the possession of the American Museum
                                                                                           brass projectile point, the burials have
of Natural History, New York City, NY         Dated: October 22, 1998.
                                                                                           been estimated to date to the early
which meets the definition of ‘‘object of     Francis P. McManamon,                        historic period or later, post 1600 A.D.
cultural patrimony’’ under Section 2 of       Departmental Consulting Archeologist,        Historic documents (including the 1606
the Act.                                      Manager, Archeology and Ethnography          Champlain Map of Port Saint Louis) and
   The cultural item is a wampum string       Program.                                     oral tradition indicate the presence of
in two pieces. The shell beads alternate      [FR Doc. 98–29094 Filed 10–29–98; 8:45 am]   Wampanoag in this area during this
white and purple, except at one end of        BILLING CODE 4310–70–F                       time. The Eel River in Plymouth, MA is
the longer strand, which is made up of                                                     located within the traditional territory
the purple wampum interspersed at two                                                      of the Wampanoag during the early
places with a single white bead, and          DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR                   historic period.
with a third white bead at the end.                                                           Based on the above mentioned
   In 1910, the American Museum of            National Park Service                        information, officials of the Peabody
Natural History purchased this                                                             Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
wampum string from Mr. Erastus Tefft          Notice of Inventory Completion for           and the Plimoth Plantation have
as part of his collection. Mr. Tefft had      Native American Human Remains and            determined that, pursuant to 43 CFR
acquired the string from Mr. M.R.             Associated Funerary Objects in the           10.2 (d)(1), the human remains listed
Harrington. According to the Museum’s         Possession of the Peabody Museum of          above represent the physical remains of
documentation, Mr. Harrington had             Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard           two individuals of Native American
acquired this wampum string from Mr.          University, Cambridge, MA and the            ancestry. Officials of the Peabody
Dan Webster in Oneida, NY. The                Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA             Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Museum’s records state that this                                                           and the Plimoth Plantation have also
wampum string was ‘‘said to represent         AGENCY:   National Park Service, Interior.
                                                                                           determined that, pursuant to 43 CFR
the office of a chief in the Turtle Clan.’’   ACTION:   Notice.                            10.2 (d)(2), the five objects listed above
   Based on the Museum’s records and                                                       are reasonably believed to have been
consultation with representatives of the        Notice is hereby given in accordance       placed with or near individual human
Oneida Nation of New York, this               with provisions of the Native American       remains at the time of death or later as
wampum string is affiliated with the          Graves Protection and Repatriation Act       part of the death rite or ceremony.
Oneida Nation of New York.                    (NAGPRA), 43 CFR 10.9, of the                Lastly, officials of the Peabody Museum
Consultation evidence presented by            completion of an inventory of human          of Archaeology and Ethnology and the
representatives of the Oneida Nation of       remains and associated funerary objects      Plimoth Plantation have determined
New York also indicates that this item        in the possession of the Peabody             that, pursuant to 43 CFR 10.2 (e), there
has ongoing historical, traditional, and      Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology,         is a relationship of shared group
cultural importance central to the Tribe      Harvard University, Cambridge, MA and        identity which can be reasonably traced
itself, and no individual had the right to    the Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA.        between these Native American human
alienate it. The Museum’s review of this        A detailed assessment of the human         remains and associated funerary objects
information indicates that it is accurate.    remains was made by Peabody Museum           and the Wampanoag Repatriation
   Based on the above mentioned               of Archaeology and Ethnology and             Confederation on behalf of the
information, officials of the American        Plimoth Plantation professional staff in     Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head; and the
Museum of Natural History have                consultation with representatives of the     Mashpee Wampanoag and the Assonet
determined that, pursuant to 43 CFR           Wampanoag Repatriation Confederation         Band of the Wampanoag Nation, two
10.2 (d)(4), this cultural item has           on behalf of the Wampanoag Tribe of          non-Federally recognized Indian groups.
ongoing historical, traditional, and          Gay Head; and the Mashpee                       This notice has been sent to officials
cultural importance central to the Tribe      Wampanoag and the Assonet Band of            of the Wampanoag Repatriation
itself, and could not have been               the Wampanoag Nation, two non-               Confederation on behalf of the
alienated, appropriated, or conveyed by       Federally recognized Indian groups.          Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head; and the
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Mashpee Wampanoag and the Assonet                           substances is consistent with the public                  investigated Arenol Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Band of the Wampanoag Nation, two                           interest and with United States                           on a regular basis to ensure that the
non-Federally recognized Indian groups.                     obligations under international treaties,                 company’s continued registration is
Representatives of any other Indian tribe                   conventions, or protocols in effect on                    consistent with the public interest.
that believes itself to be culturally                       May 1, 1971, at this time. DEA has                        These investigations have included
affiliated with these human remains and                     investigated Applied Science Labs, Inc.                   inspection and testing of the company’s
associated funerary objects should                          on a regular basis to ensure that the                     physical security systems, audits of the
contact Barbara Isaac, Repatriation                         company’s continued registration is                       company’s records, verification of the
Coordinator, Peabody Museum of                              consistent with the public interest.                      company’s compliance with state and
Archaeology and Ethnology, 11 Divinity                      These investigations have included                        local laws, and review of the company’s
Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138; telephone:                       inspection and testing of the company’s                   background and history. Therefore,
(617) 496-2254; and/or Karin Goldstein,                     physical security systems, audits of the                  pursuant to 21 U.S.C. 823 and 28 CFR
Curator of Original Collections, Plimoth                    company’s records, verification of the                    0.100 and 0.104, the Deputy Assistant
Plantation, PO Box 1620, Plymouth, MA                       company’s compliance with state and                       Administrator, Office of Diversion
02362; telephone (508) 746-1622, ext.                       local laws, and a review of the                           Control, hereby orders that the
379, before November 30, 1998.                              company’s background and history.                         application submitted by the above firm
Repatriation of the human remains and                       Therefore, pursuant to Section 1008(a)                    for registration as a bulk manufacturer
associated funerary objects to the                          of the Controlled Substances Import and                   of the basic classes of controlled
Wampanoag Repatriation Confederation                        Export Act and in accordance with Title                   substances listed above is granted.
on behalf of the Wampanoag Tribe of                         21, Code of Federal Regulations, Section                    Dated: October 19, 1998.
Gay Head; and the Mashpee                                   1301.34, the above firm is granted                        John H. King,
Wampanoag and the Assonet Band of                           registration as an importer of the basic                  Deputy Assistant Administrator, Office of
the Wampanoag Nation, two non-                              classes of controlled substances listed                   Diversion Control, Drug Enforcement
Federally recognized Indian groups may                      above.                                                    Administration.
begin after that date if no additional                        Dated: October 19, 1998.                                [FR Doc. 98–29062 Filed 10–29–98; 8:45 am]
claimants come forward.                                     John H. King,                                             BILLING CODE 4410–09–M
Dated: October 22, 1998.                                    Deputy Assistant Administrator, Office of
Francis P. McManamon,                                       Diversion Control, Drug Enforcement
Departmental Consulting Archeologist,                       Administration.                                           DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Manager, Archeology and Ethnography                         [FR Doc. 98–29061 Filed 10–29–98; 8:45 am]
                                                                                                                      Drug Enforcement Administration
Program.                                                    Billing Code 4410–09–M
[FR Doc. 98–29093 Filed 10–29–98; 8:45 am]                                                                            [Docket No. 97–23]
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                                                            DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE                                     Bradford’s Pharmacy Conditional
                                                                                                                      Grant of Registration
                                                            Drug Enforcement Administration
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE                                                                                                    On June 16, 1997, the Deputy
                                                            Manufacturer of Controlled                                Assistant Administrator, Office of
Drug Enforcement Administration                             Substances Notice of Registration                         Diversion Control, Drug Enforcement
                                                                                                                      Administration (DEA), issued an Order
Importer of controlled substances                             By Notice dated June 10, 1998, and                      to Show Cause to Bradford’s Pharmacy
Notice of Registration                                      published in the Federal Register on                      (Respondent) of Estill Springs,
                                                            July 9, 1998, (63 FR 37137), Arenol                       Tennessee, notifying it of an
  By Notice dated July 17, 1998, and                        Pharmaceutical, Inc., which has
published in the Federal Register on                                                                                  opportunity to show cause as to why
                                                            changed its address to 2820 North                         DEA should not deny its application for
August 6, 1998, (63 FR 42064), Applied                      Normandy Drive, Petersburg, Virginia
Science Labs, Inc., A division of Altech                                                                              registration as a retail pharmacy
                                                            23805, made application by renewal to                     pursuant to 21 U.S.C. 823(f), for reason
Associates, Inc., 2701 Carolean                             the Drug Enforcement Administration,
Industrial Drive, P.O. Box 440, State                                                                                 that its registration would be
                                                            (DEA) to be registered as a bulk                          inconsistent with the public interest. By
College, Pennsylvania 16801, made                           manufacturer of the basic classes of
application by renewal to the Drug                                                                                    letter dated July 12, 1997, Respondent,
                                                            controlled substances listed below:                       with counsel, timely filed a request for
Enforcement Administration to be
registered as an importer of the basic                                                                                a hearing, and following prehearing
                                                                              Drug                         Schedule   procedures, a hearing was held in
classes of controlled substances listed
below:                                                      N-Ethylamphetamine (1475) .........            I          Nashville, Tennessee on November 18,
                                                            Difenoxin (9168) ...........................   I          1997, before Administrative Law Judge
                   Drug                          Schedule   Amphetamine (1100) ....................        II         Gail A. Randall. At the hearing, both
                                                            Methamphetamine (1105) ............            II         parties called witnesses to testify and
Heroin (9200) ................................   I                                                                    introduced documentary evidence. After
Morphine (9300) ...........................      II           This firm plans to manufacture listed                   the hearing, both parties submitted
                                                            controlled substances to produce                          proposed findings of fact, conclusions of
  The firm plans to import these                            pharmaceutical products for its                           law and argument.
controlled substances for the                               customers.                                                   On May 28, 1998, Judge Randall
manufacture of reference standards.                           DEA has considered the factors in                       issued her Opinion and Recommended
  No comments or objections have been                       Title 21, United States Code, Section                     Ruling, recommending that
received. DEA has considered the                            823(a) and determined that the                            Respondent’s application for
factors in Title 21, United States Code,                    registration of Arenol Pharmaceutical,                    registration be granted. Neither party
Section 823(a) and determined that the                      Inc. to manufacture the listed controlled                 filed exceptions to the Administrative
registration of Applied Science Labs,                       substances is consistent with the public                  Law Judge’s recommended decision,
Inc. to import the listed controlled                        interest at this time. DEA has                            and on June 29, 1998,. Judge Randall

								
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