Collapse to view only § 410uu-1. Expansion of boundaries
- § 410uu. Renaming
- § 410uu-1. Expansion of boundaries
- § 410uu-2. Cooperative agreements
- § 410uu-3. Studies
- § 410uu-4. Authorization of appropriations
The Mound City Group National Monument established by proclamation of the President (Proclamation No. 1653, 42 Stat. 2298) and expanded by section 701 of Public Law 96–607 (94 Stat. 3540), shall, on and after May 27, 1992, be known as the “Hopewell Culture National Historical Park”. Any reference to the Mound City Group National Monument in any law, regulation, map, document, record, or other paper of the United States shall be considered to be a reference to the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park.
Each map described in subsection (a) shall be on file and available for public inspection in the office of the Director of the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
The Secretary of the Interior (referred to as the “Secretary”) may, by notice in the Federal Register after receipt of public comment, make minor adjustments in the boundaries of areas added to the park by subsection (a) and other areas of the park: Provided, That any such minor boundary adjustments cumulatively shall not cause the total acreage of the park to increase more than 10 per centum above the existing acreage of Mound City Group National Monument, plus the acreage of the inclusions authorized under subsection (a).
The Secretary may enter into a cooperative agreement with the Ohio Historical Society, the Archeological 1
The Secretary shall conduct archeological studies of the areas added to the park by section 410uu–1(a) of this title and adjacent areas to ensure that the boundaries of those areas encompass the lands that are needed to provide adequate protection of the significant archeological resources of those areas.
The Secretary shall conduct archeological studies of the areas described as the “Spruce Hill Works”, the “Harness Group”, and the “Cedar Bank Works”, and may conduct archeological studies of other areas significant to Hopewellian culture, to evaluate the desirability of adding them to the park, and shall report to Congress on any such areas that are recommended for addition to the park.
There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are necessary for the acquisition of lands and interests in land within the park, the conduct of archeological studies on lands within and adjacent to the park, and the development of facilities for interpretation of the park.