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§ 410kkk. Definitions
As used in this subchapter:
(1) Park

The term “park” means the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park designated in section 410kkk–1 of this title.

(2) Secretary

The term “Secretary” means the Secretary of the Interior.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 102, Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2234.)
§ 410kkk–1. Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
(a) Designation

In order to preserve for the benefit of the people of the United States the historic, cultural, scenic, and natural resources associated with the arrival of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the lower Columbia River area, and for the purpose of commemorating the culmination and the winter encampment of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the winter of 1805–1806 following its successful crossing of the North American Continent, there is designated as a unit of the National Park System the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.

(b) Boundaries
The boundaries of the park are those generally depicted on the map entitled “Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Boundary Map”, numbered 405/80027, and dated December 2003, and which includes—
(1) lands located in Clatsop County, Oregon, which are associated with the winter encampment of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, known as Fort Clatsop and designated as the Fort Clatsop National Memorial by Public Law 85–435, including the site of the salt cairn (specifically, lot number 18, block 1, Cartwright Park Addition of Seaside, Oregon) used by that expedition and adjacent portions of the old trail which led overland from the fort to the coast;
(2) lands identified as “Fort Clatsop 2002 Addition Lands” on the map referred to in this subsection; and
(3) lands located along the lower Columbia River in the State of Washington associated with the arrival of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at the Pacific Ocean in 1805, which are identified as “Station Camp”, “Clark’s Dismal Nitch”, and “Cape Disappointment” on the map referred to in this subsection.
(c) Acquisition of land
(1) Authorization

The Secretary is authorized to acquire land, interests in land, and improvements therein within the boundaries of the park, as identified on the map referred to in subsection (b), by donation, purchase with donated or appropriated funds, exchange, transfer from any Federal agency, or by such other means as the Secretary deems to be in the public interest.

(2) Consent of landowner required

The lands authorized to be acquired under paragraph (1) (other than corporately owned timberlands within the area identified as “Fort Clatsop 2002 Addition Lands” on the map referred to in subsection (b)) may be acquired only with the consent of the owner.

(3) Acquisition of Fort Clatsop 2002 Addition Lands

If the owner of corporately owned timberlands within the area identified as “Fort Clatsop 2002 Addition Lands” on the map referred to in subsection (b) agrees to enter into a sale of such lands as a result of actual condemnation proceedings or in lieu of condemnation proceedings, the Secretary shall enter into a memorandum of understanding with the owner regarding the manner in which such lands shall be managed after acquisition by the United States.

(d) Cape Disappointment
(1) Transfer

Subject to valid rights (including withdrawals), the Secretary shall transfer to the Director of the National Park Service management of any Federal land at Cape Disappointment, Washington, that is within the boundary of the park.

(2) Withdrawn land
(A) Notice

The head of any Federal agency that has administrative jurisdiction over withdrawn land at Cape Disappointment, Washington, within the boundary of the park shall notify the Secretary in writing if the head of the Federal agency does not need the withdrawn land.

(B) Transfer

On receipt of a notice under subparagraph (A), the withdrawn land shall be transferred to the administrative jurisdiction of the Secretary, to be administered as part of the park.

(3) Memorial to Thomas Jefferson

All withdrawals of the 20-acre parcel depicted as a “Memorial to Thomas Jefferson” on the map referred to in subsection (b) are revoked, and the Secretary shall establish a memorial to Thomas Jefferson on the parcel.

(4) Management of Cape Disappointment State Park land

The Secretary may enter into an agreement with the State of Washington providing for the administration by the State of the land within the boundary of the park known as “Cape Disappointment State Park”.

(e) Map availability

The map referred to in subsection (b) shall be on file and available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of the National Park Service.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 103, Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2234.)
§ 410kkk–2. Administration
(a) In general

The park shall be administered by the Secretary in accordance with this subchapter and with laws generally applicable to units of the National Park System, including the Act of August 25, 1916 (39 Stat. 535; 16 U.S.C. 1 et seq.) 1

1 See References in Text note below.
and the Act of August 21, 1935 (49 Stat. 666; 16 U.S.C. 461 et seq.).1

(b) Management plan

(c) Cooperative management

In order to facilitate the presentation of a comprehensive picture of the Lewis and Clark Expedition’s experiences in the lower Columbia River area and to promote more efficient administration of the sites associated with those experiences, the Secretary may enter into cooperative management agreements with appropriate officials in the States of Washington and Oregon in accordance with the authority provided under section 101703 of title 54.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 104, Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2236.)
§ 410kkk–3. References

Any reference in any law (other than this subchapter), regulation, document, record, map or other paper of the United States to “Fort Clatsop National Memorial” shall be considered a reference to the “Lewis and Clark National Historical Park”.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 105(b), Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2236.)
§ 410kkk–4. Private property protection
(a) Access to private property
Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed to—
(1) require any private property owner to permit public access (including Federal, State, or local government access) to such private property; or
(2) modify any provision of Federal, State, or local law with regard to public access to or use of private lands.
(b) Liability

Designation of the park shall not be considered to create any liability, or to have any effect on any liability under any other law, of any private property owner with respect to any persons injured on such private property.

(c) Recognition of authority to control land use

Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed to modify any authority of Federal, State, or local governments to regulate the use of private land within the boundary of the park.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 106, Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2236.)
§ 410kkk–5. Authorization of appropriations

There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out this subchapter.

(Pub. L. 108–387, title I, § 107, Oct. 30, 2004, 118 Stat. 2236.)