Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC; Correction, 58286-58294 [2018-25123]

Download as PDF khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES 58286 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices Regulatory Review; and (9) Provide recommendations for collaborative and innovative solutions to aggressively address wildland fires on public lands as guided by the Secretary’s memo on wildfires dated September 11, 2017. The MAC shall include 15 members to be appointed by the Secretary as follows: (1)An elected official from Garfield County representing the County; (2) an elected official from Kane County representing the County; (3) a representative of State government; (4) a representative of Tribal government with ancestral interest in the Monument; (5) a representative of the educational community; (6) a representative of the conservation community; (7) a representative of developed outdoor recreation, off-highway vehicle users, or commercial recreation activities, including, for example, commercial or recreation fishing; (8) a representative of dispersed recreation; (9) a livestock grazing permittee operating within the Monument to represent grazing permittees; (10) a representative of private landowners; (11) a representative of local business owners; and, (12) a representative of the public-atlarge, including, for example, sportsmen and sportswomen communities. Three members will be appointed as special Government employees, one for each of the following areas of expertise: (1) A member with expertise in systems ecology; (2) A member with expertise in paleontology; and (3) A member with expertise in archaeology or history. The Secretary appoints persons to the GSENM MAC who are representatives of the various major citizen interests pertaining to land use planning and management of the lands under BLM management in GSENM. Each GSENM MAC member will be a person who, as a result of training and experience, has knowledge or special expertise which qualifies him or her to provide advice from among the categories of interest listed above. As appropriate, certain MAC members may be appointed as Special Government Employees. Special Government Employees serve on the MAC without compensation, and are subject to financial disclosure requirements in the Ethics in Government Act and 5 CFR 2634. VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 This Notice, published pursuant to 43 CFR 1784.4–1 and in accordance with Presidential Proclamation 9682, requests the public to submit applications to fill 15 positions on the MAC. Any individual or organization may nominate one or more persons to serve on the GSENM MAC. Individuals may nominate themselves for GSENM MAC membership. Nomination forms may be obtained from the GSENM Headquarters Office, listed above in the ADDRESSES section or at: https:// www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/ GetInvolved_RACApplication.pdf. All nominations must include a completed Resource Advisory Council application (OMB Control No. 1004–0204), letters of reference from the represented interests or organizations, and any other information that speaks to the candidate’s qualifications. The specific category the nominee would be representing should be identified in the letter of nomination and in the application form. The BLM Utah State Director and Monument Manager will review the applications and letters of reference. The State Director shall confer with the Governor of Utah on potential nominations. The BLM State Director will then forward recommended nominations to the Secretary of the Interior, who has responsibility for making the appointments. Members will serve staggered terms without monetary compensation, but will be reimbursed for travel and per diem expenses at current rates for Government employees. The MAC will meet approximately two to four times annually, and at such other times as designated by the BLM Designated Federal Officer. Authority: 43 CFR 1784.4–1. Edwin L. Roberson, State Director. [FR Doc. 2018–25168 Filed 11–16–18; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4310–DQ–P DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR National Park Service [NPS–WASO–NAGPRA–NPS0026716; PPWOCRADN0–PCU00RP14.R50000] Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC; Correction National Park Service, Interior. Notice; correction. AGENCY: ACTION: The Department of the Navy has corrected an inventory of human remains and associated funerary objects, SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00065 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 published in a Notice of Inventory Completion in the Federal Register on February 26, 2015. This notice corrects the minimum number of individuals, the number of associated funerary objects, and presents additional findings of cultural affiliation. Lineal descendants or representatives of any Indian Tribe or Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to request transfer of control of these human remains and associated funerary objects should submit a written request to the Department of the Navy. If no additional requestors come forward, transfer of control of the human remains and associated funerary objects to the lineal descendants, Indian Tribes, or Native Hawaiian organizations stated in this notice may proceed. DATES: Lineal descendants or representatives of any Indian Tribe or Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to request transfer of control of these human remains and associated funerary objects should submit a written request with information in support of the request to the Department of the Navy at the address in this notice by December 19, 2018. ADDRESSES: Mr. Joseph Montoya, Environmental Planning and Conservation Branch Manager, Naval Base Ventura County, 311 Main Road, Building 1, Code N45V, Point Mugu, CA 93042, telephone (805) 989–3804, email joseph.l.montoya@navy.mil. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Notice is here given in accordance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), 25 U.S.C. 3003, of the correction of an inventory of human remains and associated funerary objects under the control of the Department of the Navy, and in the physical custody of eight repositories which include the Fowler Museum at UCLA, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, San Diego Museum of Man, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Southwest Museum of the Autry National Center of the American West, U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake Curation Facility, and Naval Base Ventura County San Nicolas Island Curation Facility. The human remains and associated funerary objects were removed from San Nicolas Island, Naval Base Ventura County, Ventura County, CA. This notice is published as part of the National Park Service’s administrative responsibilities under NAGPRA, 25 U.S.C. 3003(d)(3). The determinations in this notice are the sole responsibility of E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices the museum, institution, or Federal agency that has control of the Native American human remains and associated funerary objects. The National Park Service is not responsible for the determinations in this notice. This notice corrects the minimum number of human remains, the number of associated funerary objects, and cultural affiliation published in a Notice of Inventory Completion in the Federal Register (80 FR 10506–10511, February 26, 2015). After publication, additional human remains and associated funerary objects were found in repository collections. Transfer of control of the items in this correction notice has not occurred. Correction In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, sentence 1 is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The human remains representing, at minimum, 547 individuals and the 1,017 associated funerary objects listed in this notice are in eight different locations in California. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, sentence 2 is corrected by substituting the following sentence: khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES These are the Fowler Museum at UCLA, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility, the San Diego Museum of Man, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West, the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology and the Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake Curation Facility. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, sentence 2, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Primary documentation for these human remains is limited. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by inserting the following sentence after sentence 2: One sub-adult and one adult male individual were collected from site CA–SNI– 19 (the Indian Dwelling Site at Corral Harbor). For the remaining two individuals, no specific provenience information is available beyond their SNI origin. VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 5, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1951, human remains representing, at minimum, 16 individuals (15 adult (five identified as female, four as male and six undetermined), and one sub-adult) were collected by Stewart L. Peck from site CA– SNI–18 and donated to UCLA. No known individuals were identified. The four associated funerary objects are animal bones, comingled with the human remains of catalog number 136a. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 6, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In 1951, human remains representing at minimum, 2 individuals were collected by Stewart L. Peck and donated to UCLA. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Sometime prior to 1952, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals (both adult, one further identified as male) were collected by an unknown party and donated to UCLA. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentences: The 17 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one abalone fish hook, one biface fragment, five unmodified shells, one crab claw fragment, two unmodified animal bone fragments, one obsidian point, one perforated disk or abalone shell fish hook blank, one steatite bowl fragment, one lot tarring pebbles, one worked disk or abalone shell fish hook blank, two worked shells. One shell fish hook fragment is listed in the catalog records, but is missing from the museum collections. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the PO 00000 Frm 00066 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 58287 Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Prior to 1958, human remains representing, at minimum four individuals (three adults (one female, two male), and one sub-adult), were removed from site CA–SNI–15 (NI–15) by H.B. Allen and donated to UCLA. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 61 individuals were collected during excavations conducted by Sam-Joe Townsend, Fred Reinman, Marshall McKusick, Clement Meighan and others from the UCLA Archaeological Survey. These human remains were collected from six SNI sites—CA–SNI–14, CA–SNI–15, CA–SNI–16, CA–SNI–18, CA–SNI–40, and CA–SNI–56. In August 1959, excavations at SNI–14 removed an infant individual. Excavations at SNI–15 removed a burial with two adult females interred. Excavations at SNI–16 removed 21 individuals (16 adults, of which three are male and six are female, four sub-adults, and an individual represented by a scapula fragment). Excavations at SNI–18 removed seven individuals (seven adults, four identified as male and one female). Excavations at SNI–40 removed 20 burials that included a minimum of 26 individuals (17 adults, of which nine were identified as male and five as female, three infants, five juveniles, and one sub-adult). In September 1959, a survey of SNI–40 removed an adult individual represented by 16 teeth from a looted grave. Excavations from SNI–56 removed two burials representing three adult individuals (identified further as one male, one female and one undetermined). No known individuals were identified. The 269 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different site numbers. The two associated funerary objects from SNI–14 are one bone spatulate, and one lot of Olivella shell beads. The three associated funerary objects from SNI–15 are one bird bone needle, one lot of bone beads, and one steatite bead fragment. The 100 associated funerary objects from SNI–16 are four lots of asphaltum fragments with basketry impressions, six unmodified animal bone fragments, one bird humerus awl, one animal bone with asphaltum, one bone fishhook, one sea lion tooth pendant, four chalcedony pendants, one unmodified jasper fragment, one yellow ochre fragment, one flaked shale object, one shell bead, one shell implement, four abalone shell containers (holes sealed with asphaltum), two unmodified shell fragments, one lot Olivella shell beads, one modified abalone shell fragment, 69 abalone shell pendants. Three shell pendants and five abalone shell containers are missing from the collection. The 73 associated funerary objects from SNI–18 are one bone harpoon dart, three shell ornaments, one possible pelican stone effigy, one stone ornament with a hole drilled in the center, two stone bifaces, one E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 58288 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices stone chopper, one stone scraper, one stone hammerstone, one lot of stone fragments, 15 abalone fish hook blanks, three abalone fish hooks, 11 abalone shell containers, one broken stone pipe with bird bone stem, one bone pipe stem with asphaltum, five bone prys, one bird bone object, eight worked bone fragments, one worked wood fragment, one lot of wood fragments, one steatite grooved pebble, one tarring pebble, one lot of asphaltum fragments, six lots of unmodified animal bone fragments, one lot of shell fragments, two sea urchin fragments, one yellow ochre ball, and one lot of burned wood fragments. One stone charmstone, one stone pipe with bone stem, and one abalone shell fish hook are catalogued, but missing from the collection. The 88 associated funerary objects from SNI–40 are three stone perforated rings, seven steatite pointed objects, one worked stone fragment, one chert projectile point, one quartz projectile point basal fragment, one siltstone net sinker, one bone pendant, one sea mammal canine tooth pendant, one lot of bone spatulate fragments, seven lots of worked bone, 19 lots of shell beads, five unmodified shell fragments, two worked abalone fragments, five lots of unmodified animal bone fragments, one crab claw fragment, one asphaltum fragment, six lots of asphaltum with basketry impressions, one lot of tarring pebbles, one bag of charcoal fragments, one yellow ochre fragment, and 22 shell containers. One stone pipe, one stone perforated ring, one steatite effigy, one chert projectile point with asphaltum at one end, and one obsidian projectile point are missing from the collection. The three associated funerary objects from SNI–56 are one stone point, two bone fish gorge. One perforated steatite stone is missing from the collection. In 2000, one Haliotis shell bead and one bird bone were sent for destructive analysis and are missing from the collection. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 1, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES Navy-controlled NAGPRA items at the Fowler Museum also include human remains representing, at minimum, an additional three individuals (two adults identified as a male and female, and an infant) that lack specific information on the date of collection, or the site provenience beyond their SNI origin. The collection is labeled as Burial 1 and was donated to the UCLA Dickey Biology Collections prior to 1990. It was transferred to the Fowler Museum at UCLA for NAGPRA inventory purposes. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. also lack specific information on the date of collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying documentation indicating it was collected from site CA–SNI–18. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘49’’ with the number ‘‘51.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 4, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In August 1933, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by an individual named Rose and donated to the Antelope Valley Museum. The human remains were transferred to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County by Grace Oliver of the Antelope Valley Museum in 1979. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 5, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The nine associated funerary objects are one composite bone fishhook barb, one sea lion rib bone flaker, one whale bone implement, one bone tube bead, one conical sandstone pipe, one biface fragment, one projectile point in two-pieces, one biface tip, and one large sandstone pipe. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: 3, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, seven individuals were collected by Ed Mitchell and Sam-Joe Townsend from sites CA–SNI–18 and other unnumbered SNI sites, and donated to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by inserting the following sentence after sentence 1: No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1966, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by S. Ray Harmon and donated to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in 1979. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 5, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The four associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one unmodified large black abalone shell, one lot of asphaltum fragments, one abalone shell pendant, and one lot of bird bones. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(i) Navycontrolled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 2 individuals were collected by Ed Mitchell and Sam-Joe Townsend and donated to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 6, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘13’’ with the number ‘‘10.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 6, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: One additional group of human remains representing, at minimum, 9 individuals, that In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph The three associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 PO 00000 Frm 00067 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices items, are one lot of mammal bones, including whale ribs, one killer whale tooth, and one lot of fish bone. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In the early 1900s, human remains representing, at minimum, eight individuals were collected by Arthur Sanger. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 6, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The two associated funerary objects are projectile points, embedded within the ilium and cranium of associated human remains. khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1938, human remains representing, at minimum, four individuals were collected from SNI sites by UCLA. These human remains were later donated to Loyola Marymount University in 1962, which returned them to SNI holdings in 2006. The human remains were collected from six SNI sites—SN–1, SN–9, SN–12, SN–17, SN–18, and SN–171—and some unnumbered locations. No known individuals were identified. The 29 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different sites. The 12 associated funerary objects from SN–1 are seven shell fish hook fragments, one Norrisia norrisi fish hook fragment, one worked Haliotis rufescens fragment, one pendant, one sandstone hammer stone, and one broken soapstone pipe. The one associated funerary object from SN–17 is a fish hook fragment. The 13 associated funerary objects from SN–18 are one lot of lithics, one lot of unworked sandstone, one lot of oxidized metal, one lot of unworked mussel shell, one quartzite flake, one chert projectile point base, four fish hook fragments, one unmodified shell, one unmodified mammal bone, and one lot of unmodified fish bone. The three associated funerary objects from unknown locations are one shell fish hook fragment, one broken awl, and one lot of faunal remains. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 2 individuals were collected during excavations conducted by Sam-Joe Townsend and Fred Reinman from the UCLA Archaeological Survey. These human remains were collected from 2 SNI Sites— CA–SNI–14 and CA–SNI–15. These two individuals belong to the same collection from the 1959 excavations located in the Fowler Museum at UCLA and reported under subparagraph (i) of this notice. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 5, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The 33 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one aves beak, one bag of Haliotis, broken, one cut/worked bird bone, one cut and worked shell, one lot of cut, worked, abraded, punched, and broken abalone shell, one cut/worked/abraded red abalone shell, one cut faunal bone, two Olivella shell side walls, one ornament fragment, three projectile points, two fragments of red ochre pigment, one sandstone burial marker, one sandstone nodule with red ochre stain, one sea grass, twined, with detritus, one shell columella, eight whole and broken shell fishhooks, three shell fishhook blanks, one frontal marine mammal tooth, one whale bone wedge, and one whole abalone shell. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1977, human remains representing, at minimum, eight individuals were collected during excavations conducted by George Kritzman and others. These human remains were collected from 5 SNI sites—CA–SNI–5, CA–SNI–11, CA–SNI–47, CA–SNI–55 and CA–SNI–146. No known individuals were identified. The 14 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different sites. The nine associated funerary objects from SNI–47 are two projectile points, four shell fish hook blanks, one rim tool, one lot asphaltum with possible basketry impressions, and one drill. The five associated funerary objects from SNI–55 are one rim tool, one gorge, one bead blank, one lot of asphaltum water bottle impressions, and one lot of asphaltum basketry impressions. PO 00000 Frm 00068 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 58289 In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the phrase ‘‘1 individual’’ with the phrase ‘‘two individuals.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The one associated funerary object, listed as grouped catalogued items, is one lot of miscellaneous faunal remains (shell, fishbone, etc.). In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 3, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The eight associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are two shell fishhook blanks, one lot of skirt weights, four bags of unsorted mixed shell and lithics, and one spire ground shell bead. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘5’’ with the number ‘‘7.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 4, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The 37 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one marine mammal tooth, one cut marine mammal mandible w/asphaltum, one awl, six bags of flaked stone, one bag of mixed flaked stone, sandstone and bone, three bags of mixed lithics and shell, one bag of mixed shell, flaked stone & bone, three bags of mixed shell, one bag of mixed shell and bone, one lot of basketry impressions, one shell bead, one shell bead blank, one Mytilus californianus disk bead, one biface fragment, one crab claw and asphaltum, one E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 58290 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices lot of mixed faunal bone, three lots of disk beads, one lot of spire-lopped Olivella beads, one lot of unmodified pebbles, one lot of shell, sand and asphaltum w/basketry impressions, one lot of whole Olivella shells, one lot of worked and perforated serpentine, one Olivella biplicata bead, one bag of shell and asphaltum, one soapstone tube/bead, and one Tachycardium sp. shell fragment. khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1989, human remains representing, at minimum, eight individuals were collected during excavations conducted by Steven Schwartz, George Kritzman, Audrey Schwartz, and others from the Department of the Navy’s Cultural Resources management program. These human remains were collected from four SNI sites—CA–SNI–168, CA–SNI–171, CA–SNI–214, and CA–SNI– 221. No known individuals were identified. The 116 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different sites. The two associated funerary objects from SNI–168 are one broken red abalone and one lot asphaltum fragments. The 114 associated funerary objects from SNI–214 are two lots asphaltum impressions, one lot asphaltum basketry impressions, one asphaltum water bottle with stopper and Haliotis fragments, one biface fragment, one biface knife, two bifaces with asphaltum on base, one disc bead, one bird bone, two lots bird bone fragments, one bone tool, three bowl fragments, two lots carbonized wood, one composite spear with asphaltum, one Delphinidae jaw, one complete dog skeleton, one bag of fish bone, two fish hooks, five fish hook blanks, two incised soapstone, one bag of lithics, one lot of flaked stone, one lot of manuports, two Marine mammal bone awl or punch, one cut Marine mammal bone fragment, one marine mammal scapula, one mortar, one lot Mytilus californianus shell, two pestles, three pestle bases, two pestle fragments, one pestle mid-section, one lot red ochre, one possible sandstone saw, one pressure flaker, nine projectile points, one projectile point base, one projectile point fragment, two projectile point midsections, one projectile point tip, two projectile point with asphaltum on base, one projectile point spear head, one punch or awl, three marine mammal ribs with asphaltum, two lots sandstone dish fragments, one sandstone slab, one sandstone tool, one possible sandstone weight, one scraper, one shell bottle stop, one soapstone healing stone, two soapstone pendants, one lot of variously abraded, drilled or raw soapstone, one bag of soil from inside mortar, one lot tarring pebbles, one Tachycardium shell, one bag unworked bone fragments, one unworked mammal rib, one piece unworked sandstone, one lot unworked shell, one unworked stone with asphaltum, two unworked whale bones, one whale bone chisel, five whale bone pry, VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 three whale bone wand, one whale bone wand tip, one whale bone epiphyseal plate, five whole and fragmentary whale scapulae, one piece of wood, one piece of wood with asphaltum and charcoal, one piece pecked sandstone, and two pieces abraded soapstone. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by inserting the following sentence after sentence 3: The human remains are noted as missing since 2016. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 2000, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by Steve Schwartz and Lisa Thomas because of their progressive exposure by erosion. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘2’’ with the number ‘‘3.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The six associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one lot of shell beads, one shell bead, one lot of fragmentary marine shell, one lot of stone fragments, one lot of fragmentary mixed fish, human and mammal bone, and one lot of fragmentary bone, charcoal and asphaltum. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: An additional set of human remains representing, at minimum, 1 individual that also lacks specific information on the date of PO 00000 Frm 00069 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying documentation indicating it was collected from site CA–SNI–171. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 4, under the heading ‘‘(iii) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraphs: NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility include one funerary object associated with human remains located at the Southwest Museum/Autry Museum and reported under subparagraph (vi) of this notice. This associated funerary object is a unmodified abalone shell that was collected by Rozaire in 1960 at site CA–SNI–41 and donated to the Southwest Museum. NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility also include one funerary object associated with human remains located at the Southwest Museum/Autry Museum and reported under subparagraph (vi) of this notice. This associated funerary object is a fragment of sea grass matting that was collected by an unknown party in 1984 at site CA–SNI–325 and donated to the Southwest Museum. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 5, under the heading ‘‘(iv) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In 1899, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by Mrs. L. H. Sherman and donated to the San Diego Museum of Man. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 1, under the heading ‘‘(iv) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: In 1930, human remains representing, at minimum, 140 individuals, including some cremated remains, were collected by Malcolm J. Rogers during an expedition for the San Diego Museum of Man. These human remains were excavated or collected on the surface from 31 SNI sites with Rogers’ field numbers (with equivalent Smithsonian trinomial, when known) SN–01 (CA–SNI–7), SN–01A (CA–SNI–5), SN–03 (CA–SNI–4), SN–04 (CA–SNI–3), SN–05 (CA–SNI–137), SN–06, SN–07 (CA–SNI–54), SN–07A (CA– SNI–318), SN–12 (CA–SNI–11), SN–13 (CA– SNI–12), SN–14 (CA–SNI–25), SN–15 (CA– SNI–21), SN–16, SN–17 (CA–SNI–141), SN– 18 (CA–SNI–15/16), SN–19 (CA–SNI–158), E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices SN–20 (CA–SNI–56), SN–21, SN–21A (CA– SNI–157), SN–21A (CA–SNI–159), SN–21A (CA–SNI–160), SN–21A (CA–SNI–161), SN– 21A (CA–SNI–171), SN–21B (CA–SNI–18), SN–21C (CA–SNI–39), SN–22, SN–23 (CA– SNI–41), SN–24 (CA–SNI–20), SN–26, SN– 27, SN–31, and some without site attribution. No known individuals were identified. The 186 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are grouped by site. The four associated funerary objects from SN–01 (SNI–7) are one scarified mortar and three dog burials. The two associated funerary objects from SN–06 are unmodified abalone shells. The 15 associated funerary objects from SN–07 (SNI–54) are two bowl fragments, one broken steatite pendant, one lot of burned animal bones, one chipped stone fragment, two doughnut stones, one Olivella bead side section, one projectile point, one stone effigy, one stone pendant, three stone spindles and one unmodified animal femur. The one associated funerary object from SN–07A (SNI–318) is an animal femur. The one associated funerary object from SN–13 (SNI– 12) is a groundstone. The 46 associated funerary objects from SN–14 (SNI–25) are two arrow points, one bone awl, one bone harpoon, one bone with asphaltum, 11 broken steatite doughnut stones, one burned fish hook, one Franciscan chert blade fragment, two incised steatite bowl fragments, one incised steatite tablet, one modified animal bone with filigree incising, one lot of modified stone, two lots of modified stone bowl fragments, one obsidian knife, one ovate chert knife, one pendant, two lots of shell beads, one small obsidian spear point, one lot of steatite and shell beads, two lots of steatite bowl fragments, one lot of steatite bowl fragments with asphaltum, one steatite seal effigy, two stone beads, one stone pendant fragment, and seven whale bone tool fragments. The seven associated funerary objects associated with SN–15 (SNI–21) are one lot of asphaltum with basketry impressions, one lot of modified shell, one modified bird bone, three modified stone fragments, and one lot of modified whale bone fragments. The five associated funerary objects associated with SN–16 are one sandstone fish hook reamer, one lot of bivalve marine shells, one lot of beads, one necklace of Olivella beads, and one lot of Olivella square shell beads. The one associated funerary object associated with SN–18 (SNI–15/16) is a lot of beads. The two associated funerary objects associated with SN–19 (SNI–158) are one pestle and one mortar. The eight associated funerary objects associated with SN–20 (SNI–56) are one lot of bird bone beads, one alabaster bead, one steatite pendant, one lot of animal bone fragments, one bone awl, one animal bone tool, one steatite bowl, and one steatite canoe effigy. The 30 associated funerary objects from SN–21A are three lots of beads, one lot of shell beads with pendant, one concretion or root cast file, one deer bone awl base, one flake scraper, four ground stone pestles, one lot of yellow ochre, two lots of modified animal bone, one obsidian projectile point, one obsidian projectile point tip, one lot of Olivella, keyhole limpet and tufa beads, three pendants, two red ochre fragments, one root VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 cast, one soil sample, one stone canoe effigy, one tufa stone, two lots of vessel fragments, one lot of possible whale bone grave markers, and one whale bone spear point. The three associated funerary objects from SN–21A (SNI–157) are one deer antler pressure flaker, one lot of Olivella shell beads, and one quartzite stone for melting asphaltum. The three associated funerary objects from SN– 21A (SNI–159) are two obsidian spear points and one necklace of steatite and Olivella shell beads. The four associated funerary objects from SN–21A (SNI–160) are one steatite ring fragment, two fish hook reamers, and one lot of Olivella shell beads. The one associated funerary object from SA–21A (SNI–171) is a lot of modified pelican bone. The two associated funerary objects associated with SN–22 are one modified whale bone fragment, and one steatite bead. The 31 associated funerary objects associated with SN–23 (SNI–41) are one chisel with asphaltum, 10 ground stone pendant and vessel fragments, 11 chipped stone tools (projectile point, biface and flakes), one groundstone vessel fragment, seven bone tools and one lot of shell beads. The seven associated funerary objects associated with SN–24 (SNI–20) are one stone pipe with single groove base, one wood tool, two projectile points, one lot of modified bone tools, one canid cranium, and one lot of modified stone. The 13 associated funerary objects associated with SN–31 are two lots of modified bone, five modified bone pendants, one lot of modified lithics, and five lots of shell beads. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1937 and 1939, human remains representing, at minimum, 26 individuals, including four cremations, were transferred to the San Diego Museum of Man from the San Diego Museum of Natural History. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, sentence 5, under the heading ‘‘(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: 58291 The four associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one abalone shell with asphaltum, one piece of charcoal, one animal bone tool, and one lot of unmodified shells. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, under the heading ‘‘(iv) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: On an unknown date, human remains representing, at minimum, four individuals were surface collected from SNI and donated to the San Diego Museum of Man. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains; they were most likely collected by Malcom J. Rogers during an expedition for the San Diego Museum of Man in 1930, or part of the 1936 San Diego Natural History Museum transfer. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, under the heading ‘‘(v) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: Between 1945 and 1948, human remains representing, at minimum, 19 individuals were collected by Phil Orr during excavations on SNI for the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. These human remains were excavated or surface collected from 7 SNI sites—CA–SNI–5 (Orr’s 133.5), CA–SNI–7 (Orr’s 133.7), CA–SNI–10 (Orr’s 133.10), CA–SNI–17 (Orr’s 133.15), CA–SNI– 21 (Orr’s 133.21), Orr’s 133.17 and Orr’s 133.18. No known individuals were identified. The 17 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one abalone shell dish, one large bird radius/ulna, two misc. shells, one lot of Olivella shell beads, one lot of mixed Olivella shell beads and bone points, one string of Olivella shell beads, one lot of shell beads, two spire topped Olivella shell beads, two steatite donut stones, one steatite pendant, and four stone beads. The five associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, include two lots of shell beads, one abalone fishhook, and two steatite effigies. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 5, under the heading ‘‘(v) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 2, sentence 4, under the heading ‘‘(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1948, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals were collected by Phil Orr during excavations at Orr’s site number 133.18 (associated state trinomial site number unknown) for the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. No known individuals were identified. The one associated funerary object is a lot of shell beads. PO 00000 Frm 00070 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 58292 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by Thomas Bird and donated to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History in 1990. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1960, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals were collected by David Roy Wiser on a construction site near the Department of the Navy’s island airstrip and donated to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: In 1966, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by U.S. Navy personnel from a site with the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Site Number 133.54 (the equivalent Smithsonian trinomial is unknown) and donated to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES In 1970, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were donated by Art McHarg to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 1, under the heading ‘‘(vi) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: Circa 1900, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by Margaret Nix and donated to the Southwest Museum. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Circa 1926, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals, were collected by Norman Murdoch and donated to the Southwest Museum in 1976. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by substituting the following paragraph: Between 1958 and 1960, human remains representing, at minimum, 48 individuals were collected by Bruce Bryan, Charles Rozaire, George Kritzman, and others during Southwest Museum expeditions to SNI. These human remains were excavated or surface collected from nine SNI sites—CA– SNI–11, CA–SNI–12, CA–SNI–16, CA–SNI– 38, CA–SNI–41, CA–SNI–47, CA–SNI–51, CA–SNI–55, CA–SNI–97. No known individuals were identified. The 129 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different sites. The four associated funerary objects from SNI–11 are one lot bird bone, one complete small mortar, one lot red ceramic pieces, and one lot tarring pebbles with asphaltum. The 17 associated funerary objects from SNI–12 are one lot Abalone shell beads, one Abalone shell fragment, three Abalone shell pendants, one lot Abalone square shell beads, one lot coral fragments, one limpet shell, one lot miscellaneous shell fragments, three lots Olivella shell beads, two lots sea urchin fragments, one lot snail shells, and two lots Tegula shell fragments. The 25 associated funerary objects from SNI–16 are four lots Abalone shell fragments, one bag misc. shell and faunal, one bag of burnt pebbles, shell fragments and animal bone, one lot Basketry impression soil, two lots Asphaltum fragments, one lot clam or oyster shell fragments, one lot coral fragments, two lots fish bone, two lots Limpet shells, one Oyster shell pendant, one lot rodent bones, two lots sea urchin fragments, one lot shell beads, one lot shell fragments, two lots snail shell fragments, one lot Tegula shell fragments, and one lot whole Olivella beads. The three associated funerary objects from SNI–38 are one lot Abalone shell fragments, one lot unmodified animal bone, and one steatite effigy. The seven associated funerary objects from SNI–41 are one lot Tegula shells, two lots Abalone shell, one lot unmodified animal bones, one lot Chiton shells, one PO 00000 Frm 00071 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Olivella shell disc bead, and one sandstone object. The 14 associated funerary objects from SNI–47 are one lot barnacle shell, one lot Abalone shells, one lot mussel shells, one Tegula shell, two granite bowl fragments, one Limpet shell, two polished soapstone effigy fragments, one lot red Abalone shells, one sandstone mano, one lot sea urchin fragments, one shell fragment, and one woven sea grass fiber. The 33 associated funerary objects from SNI–51 are one lot of misc. worked and unworked shell, four lots of mixed stone, shell and bone tools, beads, and lithics, with misc. fragments of animal bone and shell, one lot of tarred pebbles with one flake, one clump of soil with sea grass, two lots animal bone, three unmodified animal bones, two lots charcoal, one modified animal bone, two lots burned bone beads with circular incised groove, one lot burned bone tube beads, one lot tube beads, two lots disc-shaped beads, one lot discshaped shell beads, one Conus californicus spire-lopped shell bead, one lot disc-shaped stone beads, two lots Mytilus disc-shaped shell beads with centrally-drilled hole, one lot Olivella shell bead blank, one lot Olivella shell beads, one lot red ochre pigment fragments, three lots spire-lopped shell beads, and one lot woven seagrass pieces. The two associated funerary objects from SNI–55, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one lot Abalone shell beads and one lot Olivella shell beads. The 24 associated funerary objects from SNI–97 are two asphaltum fragments, one bag of seagrass cordage and matting with one bone fragment, two bundles of fibers and soil, one lot sea grass cordage, one lot Black Abalone shells, one burned and ground animal bone fragments, one lot of ground animal bone fragment, one lot burned wood fragments, one core hammerstone, one Cowrie shell fragment, one Mussel shell fragment, one lot fish and animal bone, one ground stone fragment, two stone scrapers, two Quartzite flake or pestle fragments, one lot shell beads, one lot shell fragments, one stone hoe or chopper, one lot of unworked pebble and one possible scraper. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Between 1977 and 1984, human remains representing, at minimum, four individuals were collected from sites CA–SNI–11, CA– SNI–12, CA–SNI–13 and CA–SNI–54 by George Kritzman, Fred Reinman, and others during California State University Los Angeles research on SNI and donated to the Southwest Museum at an unknown date. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 1, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The 88 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items are one lot of undifferentiated animal bone, 81 bone awls, one lot of green abalone fragments, one lot of mussel shell fragments, one coral bead, one lot of sea-matting, cordage and fibers, one shell fragment, and one lot of soil and bone fragments. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 2, sentence 3, under the heading ‘‘(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by substituting the following sentence: The one associated funerary object, listed as an individual catalogued item, is a clam shell. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 3, under the heading ‘‘(vi) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: One additional set of human remains representing, at minimum, 1 individual, that also has no specific information on date of collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying documentation indicating it was collected from site CA–SNI–11. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 4, under the heading ‘‘(vii) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES In 1901, human remains representing at minimum, 2 individuals were collected by P.M. Jones and donated to the Lowie Museum of Anthropology (the predecessor of the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology). No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, paragraph 5, under the heading ‘‘(vii) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,’’ is corrected by deleting the following paragraph: In 1902, human remains representing, at minimum, 24 individuals were collected by VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 Mrs. Blanche Trask during her botanical survey of SNI and donated to the then Lowie Museum of Anthropology. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. The 1 associated funerary object is a large abalone shell lying atop the cranium of the individual human remains cataloged as 382–12–2187. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘17’’ with the number ‘‘18.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ‘‘(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,’’ is corrected by substituting the number ‘‘2’’ with the number ‘‘3.’’ In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 2, under the heading ‘‘(vii) NavyControlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,’’ is corrected by inserting the following sentence after sentence 1: The human remains were originally donated through the U.C. Museum of Paleontology. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, the following information is added after paragraph 2: (viii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA In 1953, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals (two adult females) were possibly collected by Clement Meighan and Hal Eberhart from site CA–SNI– 56/18A. No known individuals were identified. One associated funerary object was collected, a spool-shaped object made from a whale vertebra. In 1956, human remains representing, at, minimum one individual (an adult female) was surface collected from San Nicolas Island and brought into the UCLA Dickey Biology collections. It was transferred to the Fowler Museum in 1993 for NAGPRA inventory. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In 1960, human remains representing, at minimum one individual (an infant), was surface collected from San Nicolas Island by Sam-Joe Townsend & S. Rootenberg without further provenience information. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. PO 00000 Frm 00072 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 58293 (ix) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County In the 1930s, human remains representing, at minimum, four individuals were collected by an individual named Howard Arden Edwards of the Antelope Valley Museum. The human remains were transferred to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County by Grace Oliver of the Antelope Valley Museum in 1979. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In an unknown year, human remains representing, at minimum, 20 individuals were collected by Roy Moodie and later donated to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in 1970. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In an unknown year, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were donated by S.C. Evans to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. (x) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility In 1991, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by Dana Bleitz in a caliche soil sample from CA–SNI–351; the embedded human remains were only identified when the sample was being cleaned ca. 2015. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In 1999, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by CSU Los Angeles during excavation of a historic-period Chinese abalone site, CA– SNI–323H. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In 2005, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by CSULA from CA–SNI–238; but were only identified when unsorted screened material was processed by Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc., in 2013. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. Documentation indicates theses human remains were transferred to the San Nicolas Island Curation Facility. These human remains have been missing since 2013. In 2006, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by California State University, Fullerton from CA–SNI–503; only identified when previously unsorted screened material was processed by Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc. in 2013. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. Documentation E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1 58294 Federal Register / Vol. 83, No. 223 / Monday, November 19, 2018 / Notices indicates these human remains were transferred to the San Nicolas Island Curation Facility. These human remains have been missing since 2013. NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility include two funerary objects associated with human remains located at the Fowler Museum at UCLA and reported in subparagraph (i) of this notice. These associated funerary objects, listed as grouped catalogued items, are one lot of spire-lopped shell beads and one lot of bird bone beads that was collected by Sam-Joe Townsend and Fred Reinman in 1959 at sites SNI–14 and SNI–15 as part of the UCLA Archeological Survey. khammond on DSK30JT082PROD with NOTICES (xi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man On an unknown date, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual who had been cremated, were collected from SNI and donated to the San Diego Museum of Man. They were identified during a comprehensive inventory of storage areas. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. (xii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History In 1917, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by an unknown individual and accessioned by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History in 2014. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In the 1950s, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals were collected by an unnamed geologist and later given to a local Chumash individual, who donated them to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History in 2000. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In 1976, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by R. Russell and initially given to Channel Islands National Park, who then conveyed them to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. No primary documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. In 1976, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals were surface collected by an unknown individual and donated to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. Navy-controlled NAGPRA items at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:20 Nov 16, 2018 Jkt 247001 also include human remains representing, at minimum, three individuals, that have information on the date of donation (1976, 1992 and 1998, respectively), but lack the name of the collectors or site provenience beyond their SNI origin. No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are present. (xiii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake Curation Facility In 1993, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual were collected by California State University, Fullerton from CA–SNI–38; but were only identified when previously uncatalogued material was cataloged by the Navy Region Southwest Curation Specialist in 2018. The collection was curated at the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility from the time of excavation until it was transferred to the NAWS China Lake Curation Facility in 2016. No known individuals were identified. The 32 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one piece of porphyritic metavolcanic debitage, one piece of metavolcanic debitage, three lots Balanus sp., three lots charcoal, two lots Cirripedia, one lot Decapoda sp., one lot Haliotis cracherodii, one lot Haliotis sp., one lot Helix sp., one lot Lottia gigantea, two lots Mytilus californianus, one lot red ochre, one lot Olivella biplicata, three lots pisces (undiff.), one lot pisces vertebrae, one lot Septifer bifurcates, six lots Strongylocentrotus sp., one lot Tegula sp., and one lot vermitidae. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3 sentence 1 is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(9), the human remains described in this notice represent the physical remains of 547 individuals of Native American ancestry. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3, sentence 2 is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(3)(A), the 1,017 objects described in this notice are reasonably believed to have been placed with or near individual human remains at the time of death or later as part of the death rite or ceremony. In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, paragraph 3, sentence 3 is corrected by substituting the following sentence: Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(2), there is a relationship of shared group identity that can be reasonably traced between the Native American human remains and associated funerary objects and the Pauma Band of Luisen˜o Mission Indians of the Pauma & Yuima Reservation, California; Pechanga Band of Luisen˜o Mission Indians of the Pechanga Reservation, California; Rincon Band of Luisen˜o Mission Indians of the PO 00000 Frm 00073 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Rincon Reservation, California; and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians of the Santa Ynez Reservation, California, hereafter referred to as ‘‘The Tribes.’’ Additional Requestors and Disposition Lineal descendants or representatives of any Indian Tribe or Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to request transfer of control of these human remains and associated funerary objects should submit a written request with information in support of the request to Mr. Joseph Montoya, Environmental Planning and Conservation Branch Manager, Naval Base Ventura County, 311 Main Road, Building 1, Code N45V, Point Mugu, CA 93042, telephone (805) 989–3804, email joseph.l.montoya@navy.mil, by December 19, 2018. After that date, if no additional requestors have come forward, transfer of control of the human remains and associated funerary objects to The Tribes may proceed. The Department of the Navy is responsible for notifying The Tribes that this notice has been published. Dated: October 9, 2018. Melanie O’Brien, Manager, National NAGPRA Program. [FR Doc. 2018–25123 Filed 11–16–18; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4312–52–P DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR National Park Service [NPS–WASO–NAGPRA–NPS0026885; PPWOCRADN0–PCU00RP14.R50000] Notice of Inventory Completion: Marshall University, Huntington, WV National Park Service, Interior. Notice. AGENCY: ACTION: Marshall University has completed an inventory of human remains and associated funerary objects, in consultation with the appropriate Indian Tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations, and has determined that there is no cultural affiliation between the human remains and associated funerary objects and any present-day Indian Tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations. Representatives of any Indian Tribe or Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to request transfer of control of these human remains and associated funerary objects should submit a written request to Marshall University. If no additional requestors come forward, transfer of control of the human remains and associated funerary objects to the Indian Tribes or Native Hawaiian SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\19NON1.SGM 19NON1

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Notice of Inventory Completion: U.S. Department of Defense, 
Department of the Navy, Washington, DC; Correction

AGENCY: National Park Service, Interior.

ACTION: Notice; correction.

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SUMMARY: The Department of the Navy has corrected an inventory of human 
remains and associated funerary objects, published in a Notice of 
Inventory Completion in the Federal Register on February 26, 2015. This 
notice corrects the minimum number of individuals, the number of 
associated funerary objects, and presents additional findings of 
cultural affiliation. Lineal descendants or representatives of any 
Indian Tribe or Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this 
notice that wish to request transfer of control of these human remains 
and associated funerary objects should submit a written request to the 
Department of the Navy. If no additional requestors come forward, 
transfer of control of the human remains and associated funerary 
objects to the lineal descendants, Indian Tribes, or Native Hawaiian 
organizations stated in this notice may proceed.

DATES: Lineal descendants or representatives of any Indian Tribe or 
Native Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to 
request transfer of control of these human remains and associated 
funerary objects should submit a written request with information in 
support of the request to the Department of the Navy at the address in 
this notice by December 19, 2018.

ADDRESSES: Mr. Joseph Montoya, Environmental Planning and Conservation 
Branch Manager, Naval Base Ventura County, 311 Main Road, Building 1, 
Code N45V, Point Mugu, CA 93042, telephone (805) 989-3804, email 
[email protected].

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Notice is here given in accordance with the 
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), 25 
U.S.C. 3003, of the correction of an inventory of human remains and 
associated funerary objects under the control of the Department of the 
Navy, and in the physical custody of eight repositories which include 
the Fowler Museum at UCLA, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles 
County, San Diego Museum of Man, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural 
History, Southwest Museum of the Autry National Center of the American 
West, U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Naval Air 
Weapons Station China Lake Curation Facility, and Naval Base Ventura 
County San Nicolas Island Curation Facility. The human remains and 
associated funerary objects were removed from San Nicolas Island, Naval 
Base Ventura County, Ventura County, CA.
    This notice is published as part of the National Park Service's 
administrative responsibilities under NAGPRA, 25 U.S.C. 3003(d)(3). The 
determinations in this notice are the sole responsibility of

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the museum, institution, or Federal agency that has control of the 
Native American human remains and associated funerary objects. The 
National Park Service is not responsible for the determinations in this 
notice.
    This notice corrects the minimum number of human remains, the 
number of associated funerary objects, and cultural affiliation 
published in a Notice of Inventory Completion in the Federal Register 
(80 FR 10506-10511, February 26, 2015). After publication, additional 
human remains and associated funerary objects were found in repository 
collections. Transfer of control of the items in this correction notice 
has not occurred.

Correction

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1 is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    The human remains representing, at minimum, 547 individuals and 
the 1,017 associated funerary objects listed in this notice are in 
eight different locations in California.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, sentence 2 is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    These are the Fowler Museum at UCLA, the Natural History Museum 
of Los Angeles County, the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility, the San Diego Museum of Man, the 
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the Southwest Museum of the 
American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West, the U.C. 
Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology and the Naval Air 
Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake Curation Facility.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, sentence 2, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at 
UCLA,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:
    Primary documentation for these human remains is limited.
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by inserting the following sentence after sentence 2:

    One sub-adult and one adult male individual were collected from 
site CA-SNI-19 (the Indian Dwelling Site at Corral Harbor). For the 
remaining two individuals, no specific provenience information is 
available beyond their SNI origin.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 5, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    In 1951, human remains representing, at minimum, 16 individuals 
(15 adult (five identified as female, four as male and six 
undetermined), and one sub-adult) were collected by Stewart L. Peck 
from site CA-SNI-18 and donated to UCLA. No known individuals were 
identified. The four associated funerary objects are animal bones, 
comingled with the human remains of catalog number 136a.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 6, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by deleting the following paragraph:

    In 1951, human remains representing at minimum, 2 individuals 
were collected by Stewart L. Peck and donated to UCLA. No primary 
documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI 
origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at 
UCLA,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    Sometime prior to 1952, human remains representing, at minimum, 
two individuals (both adult, one further identified as male) were 
collected by an unknown party and donated to UCLA.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 4, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at 
UCLA,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentences:

    The 17 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one abalone fish hook, one biface 
fragment, five unmodified shells, one crab claw fragment, two 
unmodified animal bone fragments, one obsidian point, one perforated 
disk or abalone shell fish hook blank, one steatite bowl fragment, 
one lot tarring pebbles, one worked disk or abalone shell fish hook 
blank, two worked shells. One shell fish hook fragment is listed in 
the catalog records, but is missing from the museum collections.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at 
UCLA,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    Prior to 1958, human remains representing, at minimum four 
individuals (three adults (one female, two male), and one sub-
adult), were removed from site CA-SNI-15 (NI-15) by H.B. Allen and 
donated to UCLA.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 61 individuals 
were collected during excavations conducted by Sam-Joe Townsend, 
Fred Reinman, Marshall McKusick, Clement Meighan and others from the 
UCLA Archaeological Survey. These human remains were collected from 
six SNI sites--CA-SNI-14, CA-SNI-15, CA-SNI-16, CA-SNI-18, CA-SNI-
40, and CA-SNI-56. In August 1959, excavations at SNI-14 removed an 
infant individual. Excavations at SNI-15 removed a burial with two 
adult females interred. Excavations at SNI-16 removed 21 individuals 
(16 adults, of which three are male and six are female, four sub-
adults, and an individual represented by a scapula fragment). 
Excavations at SNI-18 removed seven individuals (seven adults, four 
identified as male and one female). Excavations at SNI-40 removed 20 
burials that included a minimum of 26 individuals (17 adults, of 
which nine were identified as male and five as female, three 
infants, five juveniles, and one sub-adult). In September 1959, a 
survey of SNI-40 removed an adult individual represented by 16 teeth 
from a looted grave. Excavations from SNI-56 removed two burials 
representing three adult individuals (identified further as one 
male, one female and one undetermined). No known individuals were 
identified. The 269 associated funerary objects, listed as 
individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the 
different site numbers. The two associated funerary objects from 
SNI-14 are one bone spatulate, and one lot of Olivella shell beads. 
The three associated funerary objects from SNI-15 are one bird bone 
needle, one lot of bone beads, and one steatite bead fragment. The 
100 associated funerary objects from SNI-16 are four lots of 
asphaltum fragments with basketry impressions, six unmodified animal 
bone fragments, one bird humerus awl, one animal bone with 
asphaltum, one bone fishhook, one sea lion tooth pendant, four 
chalcedony pendants, one unmodified jasper fragment, one yellow 
ochre fragment, one flaked shale object, one shell bead, one shell 
implement, four abalone shell containers (holes sealed with 
asphaltum), two unmodified shell fragments, one lot Olivella shell 
beads, one modified abalone shell fragment, 69 abalone shell 
pendants. Three shell pendants and five abalone shell containers are 
missing from the collection. The 73 associated funerary objects from 
SNI-18 are one bone harpoon dart, three shell ornaments, one 
possible pelican stone effigy, one stone ornament with a hole 
drilled in the center, two stone bifaces, one

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stone chopper, one stone scraper, one stone hammerstone, one lot of 
stone fragments, 15 abalone fish hook blanks, three abalone fish 
hooks, 11 abalone shell containers, one broken stone pipe with bird 
bone stem, one bone pipe stem with asphaltum, five bone prys, one 
bird bone object, eight worked bone fragments, one worked wood 
fragment, one lot of wood fragments, one steatite grooved pebble, 
one tarring pebble, one lot of asphaltum fragments, six lots of 
unmodified animal bone fragments, one lot of shell fragments, two 
sea urchin fragments, one yellow ochre ball, and one lot of burned 
wood fragments. One stone charmstone, one stone pipe with bone stem, 
and one abalone shell fish hook are catalogued, but missing from the 
collection. The 88 associated funerary objects from SNI-40 are three 
stone perforated rings, seven steatite pointed objects, one worked 
stone fragment, one chert projectile point, one quartz projectile 
point basal fragment, one siltstone net sinker, one bone pendant, 
one sea mammal canine tooth pendant, one lot of bone spatulate 
fragments, seven lots of worked bone, 19 lots of shell beads, five 
unmodified shell fragments, two worked abalone fragments, five lots 
of unmodified animal bone fragments, one crab claw fragment, one 
asphaltum fragment, six lots of asphaltum with basketry impressions, 
one lot of tarring pebbles, one bag of charcoal fragments, one 
yellow ochre fragment, and 22 shell containers. One stone pipe, one 
stone perforated ring, one steatite effigy, one chert projectile 
point with asphaltum at one end, and one obsidian projectile point 
are missing from the collection. The three associated funerary 
objects from SNI-56 are one stone point, two bone fish gorge. One 
perforated steatite stone is missing from the collection. In 2000, 
one Haliotis shell bead and one bird bone were sent for destructive 
analysis and are missing from the collection.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 1, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    Navy-controlled NAGPRA items at the Fowler Museum also include 
human remains representing, at minimum, an additional three 
individuals (two adults identified as a male and female, and an 
infant) that lack specific information on the date of collection, or 
the site provenience beyond their SNI origin. The collection is 
labeled as Burial 1 and was donated to the UCLA Dickey Biology 
Collections prior to 1990. It was transferred to the Fowler Museum 
at UCLA for NAGPRA inventory purposes. No known individual was 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(i) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,'' is 
corrected by deleting the following paragraph:

    One additional group of human remains representing, at minimum, 
9 individuals, that also lack specific information on the date of 
collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying 
documentation indicating it was collected from site CA-SNI-18. No 
known individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the number 
``49'' with the number ``51.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 4, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los 
Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    In August 1933, human remains representing, at minimum, one 
individual were collected by an individual named Rose and donated to 
the Antelope Valley Museum. The human remains were transferred to 
the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County by Grace Oliver of 
the Antelope Valley Museum in 1979. No primary documentation or 
specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for 
these human remains. No known individuals were identified. No 
associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10507, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 5, sentence 3, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following sentence:

    The nine associated funerary objects are one composite bone 
fishhook barb, one sea lion rib bone flaker, one whale bone 
implement, one bone tube bead, one conical sandstone pipe, one 
biface fragment, one projectile point in two-pieces, one biface tip, 
and one large sandstone pipe.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los 
Angeles County,'' is corrected by deleting the following paragraph:

    In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 2 individuals 
were collected by Ed Mitchell and Sam-Joe Townsend and donated to 
the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. No specific 
provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these 
human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated 
funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following sentence:

    In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, seven 
individuals were collected by Ed Mitchell and Sam-Joe Townsend from 
sites CA-SNI-18 and other unnumbered SNI sites, and donated to the 
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los 
Angeles County,'' is corrected by inserting the following sentence 
after sentence 1:

    No specific provenience information beyond their SNI origin 
exists for these human remains.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following sentence:

    In 1966, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by S. Ray Harmon and donated to the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County in 1979.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 5, sentence 3, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following sentence:

    The four associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one unmodified large black abalone 
shell, one lot of asphaltum fragments, one abalone shell pendant, 
and one lot of bird bones.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 6, sentence 1, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the number 
``13'' with the number ``10.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 6, sentence 3, under the heading ``(ii) Navy-controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Natural History 
Museum of Los Angeles County,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following sentence:

    The three associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued

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items, are one lot of mammal bones, including whale ribs, one killer 
whale tooth, and one lot of fish bone.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    In the early 1900s, human remains representing, at minimum, 
eight individuals were collected by Arthur Sanger.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 6, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The two associated funerary objects are projectile points, 
embedded within the ilium and cranium of associated human remains.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following paragraph:

    In 1938, human remains representing, at minimum, four 
individuals were collected from SNI sites by UCLA. These human 
remains were later donated to Loyola Marymount University in 1962, 
which returned them to SNI holdings in 2006. The human remains were 
collected from six SNI sites--SN-1, SN-9, SN-12, SN-17, SN-18, and 
SN-171--and some unnumbered locations. No known individuals were 
identified. The 29 associated funerary objects, listed as individual 
or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the different sites. 
The 12 associated funerary objects from SN-1 are seven shell fish 
hook fragments, one Norrisia norrisi fish hook fragment, one worked 
Haliotis rufescens fragment, one pendant, one sandstone hammer 
stone, and one broken soapstone pipe. The one associated funerary 
object from SN-17 is a fish hook fragment. The 13 associated 
funerary objects from SN-18 are one lot of lithics, one lot of 
unworked sandstone, one lot of oxidized metal, one lot of unworked 
mussel shell, one quartzite flake, one chert projectile point base, 
four fish hook fragments, one unmodified shell, one unmodified 
mammal bone, and one lot of unmodified fish bone. The three 
associated funerary objects from unknown locations are one shell 
fish hook fragment, one broken awl, and one lot of faunal remains.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by deleting the 
following paragraph:

    In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, 2 individuals 
were collected during excavations conducted by Sam-Joe Townsend and 
Fred Reinman from the UCLA Archaeological Survey. These human 
remains were collected from 2 SNI Sites--CA-SNI-14 and CA-SNI-15. 
These two individuals belong to the same collection from the 1959 
excavations located in the Fowler Museum at UCLA and reported under 
subparagraph (i) of this notice. No known individuals were 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 5, sentence 4, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The 33 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one aves beak, one bag of Haliotis, 
broken, one cut/worked bird bone, one cut and worked shell, one lot 
of cut, worked, abraded, punched, and broken abalone shell, one cut/
worked/abraded red abalone shell, one cut faunal bone, two Olivella 
shell side walls, one ornament fragment, three projectile points, 
two fragments of red ochre pigment, one sandstone burial marker, one 
sandstone nodule with red ochre stain, one sea grass, twined, with 
detritus, one shell columella, eight whole and broken shell 
fishhooks, three shell fishhook blanks, one frontal marine mammal 
tooth, one whale bone wedge, and one whole abalone shell.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following paragraph:

    In 1977, human remains representing, at minimum, eight 
individuals were collected during excavations conducted by George 
Kritzman and others. These human remains were collected from 5 SNI 
sites--CA-SNI-5, CA-SNI-11, CA-SNI-47, CA-SNI-55 and CA-SNI-146. No 
known individuals were identified. The 14 associated funerary 
objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are 
divided among the different sites. The nine associated funerary 
objects from SNI-47 are two projectile points, four shell fish hook 
blanks, one rim tool, one lot asphaltum with possible basketry 
impressions, and one drill. The five associated funerary objects 
from SNI-55 are one rim tool, one gorge, one bead blank, one lot of 
asphaltum water bottle impressions, and one lot of asphaltum 
basketry impressions.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the phrase ``1 individual'' with the phrase ``two 
individuals.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, sentence 4, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The one associated funerary object, listed as grouped catalogued 
items, is one lot of miscellaneous faunal remains (shell, fishbone, 
etc.).

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 3, sentence 4, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The eight associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are two shell fishhook blanks, one lot of 
skirt weights, four bags of unsorted mixed shell and lithics, and 
one spire ground shell bead.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the number ``5'' with the number ``7.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10508, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 4, sentence 4, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The 37 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one marine mammal tooth, one cut 
marine mammal mandible w/asphaltum, one awl, six bags of flaked 
stone, one bag of mixed flaked stone, sandstone and bone, three bags 
of mixed lithics and shell, one bag of mixed shell, flaked stone & 
bone, three bags of mixed shell, one bag of mixed shell and bone, 
one lot of basketry impressions, one shell bead, one shell bead 
blank, one Mytilus californianus disk bead, one biface fragment, one 
crab claw and asphaltum, one

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lot of mixed faunal bone, three lots of disk beads, one lot of 
spire-lopped Olivella beads, one lot of unmodified pebbles, one lot 
of shell, sand and asphaltum w/basketry impressions, one lot of 
whole Olivella shells, one lot of worked and perforated serpentine, 
one Olivella biplicata bead, one bag of shell and asphaltum, one 
soapstone tube/bead, and one Tachycardium sp. shell fragment.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following paragraph:

    In 1989, human remains representing, at minimum, eight 
individuals were collected during excavations conducted by Steven 
Schwartz, George Kritzman, Audrey Schwartz, and others from the 
Department of the Navy's Cultural Resources management program. 
These human remains were collected from four SNI sites--CA-SNI-168, 
CA-SNI-171, CA-SNI-214, and CA-SNI-221. No known individuals were 
identified. The 116 associated funerary objects, listed as 
individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the 
different sites. The two associated funerary objects from SNI-168 
are one broken red abalone and one lot asphaltum fragments. The 114 
associated funerary objects from SNI-214 are two lots asphaltum 
impressions, one lot asphaltum basketry impressions, one asphaltum 
water bottle with stopper and Haliotis fragments, one biface 
fragment, one biface knife, two bifaces with asphaltum on base, one 
disc bead, one bird bone, two lots bird bone fragments, one bone 
tool, three bowl fragments, two lots carbonized wood, one composite 
spear with asphaltum, one Delphinidae jaw, one complete dog 
skeleton, one bag of fish bone, two fish hooks, five fish hook 
blanks, two incised soapstone, one bag of lithics, one lot of flaked 
stone, one lot of manuports, two Marine mammal bone awl or punch, 
one cut Marine mammal bone fragment, one marine mammal scapula, one 
mortar, one lot Mytilus californianus shell, two pestles, three 
pestle bases, two pestle fragments, one pestle mid-section, one lot 
red ochre, one possible sandstone saw, one pressure flaker, nine 
projectile points, one projectile point base, one projectile point 
fragment, two projectile point midsections, one projectile point 
tip, two projectile point with asphaltum on base, one projectile 
point spear head, one punch or awl, three marine mammal ribs with 
asphaltum, two lots sandstone dish fragments, one sandstone slab, 
one sandstone tool, one possible sandstone weight, one scraper, one 
shell bottle stop, one soapstone healing stone, two soapstone 
pendants, one lot of variously abraded, drilled or raw soapstone, 
one bag of soil from inside mortar, one lot tarring pebbles, one 
Tachycardium shell, one bag unworked bone fragments, one unworked 
mammal rib, one piece unworked sandstone, one lot unworked shell, 
one unworked stone with asphaltum, two unworked whale bones, one 
whale bone chisel, five whale bone pry, three whale bone wand, one 
whale bone wand tip, one whale bone epiphyseal plate, five whole and 
fragmentary whale scapulae, one piece of wood, one piece of wood 
with asphaltum and charcoal, one piece pecked sandstone, and two 
pieces abraded soapstone.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by inserting the 
following sentence after sentence 3:

    The human remains are noted as missing since 2016.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    In 2000, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by Steve Schwartz and Lisa Thomas because of their 
progressive exposure by erosion.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the number ``2'' with the number ``3.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 3, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and 
Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura 
(NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The six associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one lot of shell beads, one shell 
bead, one lot of fragmentary marine shell, one lot of stone 
fragments, one lot of fragmentary mixed fish, human and mammal bone, 
and one lot of fragmentary bone, charcoal and asphaltum.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by deleting the 
following paragraph:

    An additional set of human remains representing, at minimum, 1 
individual that also lacks specific information on the date of 
collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying 
documentation indicating it was collected from site CA-SNI-171. No 
known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are 
present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 4, under the heading ``(iii) Human Remains and Associated 
Funerary Objects in the Possession of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San 
Nicolas Island Curation Facility,'' is corrected by substituting the 
following paragraphs:

    NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility include 
one funerary object associated with human remains located at the 
Southwest Museum/Autry Museum and reported under subparagraph (vi) 
of this notice. This associated funerary object is a unmodified 
abalone shell that was collected by Rozaire in 1960 at site CA-SNI-
41 and donated to the Southwest Museum.
    NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility also 
include one funerary object associated with human remains located at 
the Southwest Museum/Autry Museum and reported under subparagraph 
(vi) of this notice. This associated funerary object is a fragment 
of sea grass matting that was collected by an unknown party in 1984 
at site CA-SNI-325 and donated to the Southwest Museum.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 5, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,'' is 
corrected by deleting the following paragraph:

    In 1899, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by Mrs. L. H. Sherman and donated to the San Diego 
Museum of Man. No primary documentation or specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 1, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    In 1930, human remains representing, at minimum, 140 
individuals, including some cremated remains, were collected by 
Malcolm J. Rogers during an expedition for the San Diego Museum of 
Man. These human remains were excavated or collected on the surface 
from 31 SNI sites with Rogers' field numbers (with equivalent 
Smithsonian trinomial, when known) SN-01 (CA-SNI-7), SN-01A (CA-SNI-
5), SN-03 (CA-SNI-4), SN-04 (CA-SNI-3), SN-05 (CA-SNI-137), SN-06, 
SN-07 (CA-SNI-54), SN-07A (CA-SNI-318), SN-12 (CA-SNI-11), SN-13 
(CA-SNI-12), SN-14 (CA-SNI-25), SN-15 (CA-SNI-21), SN-16, SN-17 (CA-
SNI-141), SN-18 (CA-SNI-15/16), SN-19 (CA-SNI-158),

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SN-20 (CA-SNI-56), SN-21, SN-21A (CA-SNI-157), SN-21A (CA-SNI-159), 
SN-21A (CA-SNI-160), SN-21A (CA-SNI-161), SN-21A (CA-SNI-171), SN-
21B (CA-SNI-18), SN-21C (CA-SNI-39), SN-22, SN-23 (CA-SNI-41), SN-24 
(CA-SNI-20), SN-26, SN-27, SN-31, and some without site attribution. 
No known individuals were identified. The 186 associated funerary 
objects, listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are 
grouped by site. The four associated funerary objects from SN-01 
(SNI-7) are one scarified mortar and three dog burials. The two 
associated funerary objects from SN-06 are unmodified abalone 
shells. The 15 associated funerary objects from SN-07 (SNI-54) are 
two bowl fragments, one broken steatite pendant, one lot of burned 
animal bones, one chipped stone fragment, two doughnut stones, one 
Olivella bead side section, one projectile point, one stone effigy, 
one stone pendant, three stone spindles and one unmodified animal 
femur. The one associated funerary object from SN-07A (SNI-318) is 
an animal femur. The one associated funerary object from SN-13 (SNI-
12) is a groundstone. The 46 associated funerary objects from SN-14 
(SNI-25) are two arrow points, one bone awl, one bone harpoon, one 
bone with asphaltum, 11 broken steatite doughnut stones, one burned 
fish hook, one Franciscan chert blade fragment, two incised steatite 
bowl fragments, one incised steatite tablet, one modified animal 
bone with filigree incising, one lot of modified stone, two lots of 
modified stone bowl fragments, one obsidian knife, one ovate chert 
knife, one pendant, two lots of shell beads, one small obsidian 
spear point, one lot of steatite and shell beads, two lots of 
steatite bowl fragments, one lot of steatite bowl fragments with 
asphaltum, one steatite seal effigy, two stone beads, one stone 
pendant fragment, and seven whale bone tool fragments. The seven 
associated funerary objects associated with SN-15 (SNI-21) are one 
lot of asphaltum with basketry impressions, one lot of modified 
shell, one modified bird bone, three modified stone fragments, and 
one lot of modified whale bone fragments. The five associated 
funerary objects associated with SN-16 are one sandstone fish hook 
reamer, one lot of bivalve marine shells, one lot of beads, one 
necklace of Olivella beads, and one lot of Olivella square shell 
beads. The one associated funerary object associated with SN-18 
(SNI-15/16) is a lot of beads. The two associated funerary objects 
associated with SN-19 (SNI-158) are one pestle and one mortar. The 
eight associated funerary objects associated with SN-20 (SNI-56) are 
one lot of bird bone beads, one alabaster bead, one steatite 
pendant, one lot of animal bone fragments, one bone awl, one animal 
bone tool, one steatite bowl, and one steatite canoe effigy. The 30 
associated funerary objects from SN-21A are three lots of beads, one 
lot of shell beads with pendant, one concretion or root cast file, 
one deer bone awl base, one flake scraper, four ground stone 
pestles, one lot of yellow ochre, two lots of modified animal bone, 
one obsidian projectile point, one obsidian projectile point tip, 
one lot of Olivella, keyhole limpet and tufa beads, three pendants, 
two red ochre fragments, one root cast, one soil sample, one stone 
canoe effigy, one tufa stone, two lots of vessel fragments, one lot 
of possible whale bone grave markers, and one whale bone spear 
point. The three associated funerary objects from SN-21A (SNI-157) 
are one deer antler pressure flaker, one lot of Olivella shell 
beads, and one quartzite stone for melting asphaltum. The three 
associated funerary objects from SN-21A (SNI-159) are two obsidian 
spear points and one necklace of steatite and Olivella shell beads. 
The four associated funerary objects from SN-21A (SNI-160) are one 
steatite ring fragment, two fish hook reamers, and one lot of 
Olivella shell beads. The one associated funerary object from SA-21A 
(SNI-171) is a lot of modified pelican bone. The two associated 
funerary objects associated with SN-22 are one modified whale bone 
fragment, and one steatite bead. The 31 associated funerary objects 
associated with SN-23 (SNI-41) are one chisel with asphaltum, 10 
ground stone pendant and vessel fragments, 11 chipped stone tools 
(projectile point, biface and flakes), one groundstone vessel 
fragment, seven bone tools and one lot of shell beads. The seven 
associated funerary objects associated with SN-24 (SNI-20) are one 
stone pipe with single groove base, one wood tool, two projectile 
points, one lot of modified bone tools, one canid cranium, and one 
lot of modified stone. The 13 associated funerary objects associated 
with SN-31 are two lots of modified bone, five modified bone 
pendants, one lot of modified lithics, and five lots of shell beads.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum 
of Man,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    In 1937 and 1939, human remains representing, at minimum, 26 
individuals, including four cremations, were transferred to the San 
Diego Museum of Man from the San Diego Museum of Natural History.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10509, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, sentence 5, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum 
of Man,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    The five associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, include two lots of shell beads, one 
abalone fishhook, and two steatite effigies.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 2, sentence 4, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum 
of Man,'' is corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    The four associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items, are one abalone shell with asphaltum, one 
piece of charcoal, one animal bone tool, and one lot of unmodified 
shells.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, under the heading ``(iv) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    On an unknown date, human remains representing, at minimum, four 
individuals were surface collected from SNI and donated to the San 
Diego Museum of Man. No specific provenience information beyond 
their SNI origin exists for these human remains; they were most 
likely collected by Malcom J. Rogers during an expedition for the 
San Diego Museum of Man in 1930, or part of the 1936 San Diego 
Natural History Museum transfer. No known individuals were 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural 
History,'' is corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    Between 1945 and 1948, human remains representing, at minimum, 
19 individuals were collected by Phil Orr during excavations on SNI 
for the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. These human remains 
were excavated or surface collected from 7 SNI sites--CA-SNI-5 
(Orr's 133.5), CA-SNI-7 (Orr's 133.7), CA-SNI-10 (Orr's 133.10), CA-
SNI-17 (Orr's 133.15), CA-SNI-21 (Orr's 133.21), Orr's 133.17 and 
Orr's 133.18. No known individuals were identified. The 17 
associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped 
catalogued items, are one abalone shell dish, one large bird radius/
ulna, two misc. shells, one lot of Olivella shell beads, one lot of 
mixed Olivella shell beads and bone points, one string of Olivella 
shell beads, one lot of shell beads, two spire topped Olivella shell 
beads, two steatite donut stones, one steatite pendant, and four 
stone beads.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 5, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural 
History,'' is corrected by deleting the following paragraph:

    In 1948, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals 
were collected by Phil Orr during excavations at Orr's site number 
133.18 (associated state trinomial site number unknown) for the 
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. No known individuals were 
identified. The one associated funerary object is a lot of shell 
beads.


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    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History,'' is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    In 1959, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by Thomas Bird and donated to the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History in 1990.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History,'' is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    In 1960, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals 
were collected by David Roy Wiser on a construction site near the 
Department of the Navy's island airstrip and donated to the Santa 
Barbara Museum of Natural History.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History,'' is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    In 1966, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by U.S. Navy personnel from a site with the Santa 
Barbara Museum of Natural History Site Number 133.54 (the equivalent 
Smithsonian trinomial is unknown) and donated to the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ``(v) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History,'' is corrected by substituting the following 
paragraph:

    In 1970, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were donated by Art McHarg to the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural 
History.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 1, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American 
Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is corrected by 
deleting the following paragraph:

    Circa 1900, human remains representing, at minimum, one 
individual were collected by Margaret Nix and donated to the 
Southwest Museum. No specific provenience information beyond their 
SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known individual was 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum 
of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    Circa 1926, human remains representing, at minimum, two 
individuals, were collected by Norman Murdoch and donated to the 
Southwest Museum in 1976.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 3, sentence 1, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum 
of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following paragraph:

    Between 1958 and 1960, human remains representing, at minimum, 
48 individuals were collected by Bruce Bryan, Charles Rozaire, 
George Kritzman, and others during Southwest Museum expeditions to 
SNI. These human remains were excavated or surface collected from 
nine SNI sites--CA-SNI-11, CA-SNI-12, CA-SNI-16, CA-SNI-38, CA-SNI-
41, CA-SNI-47, CA-SNI-51, CA-SNI-55, CA-SNI-97. No known individuals 
were identified. The 129 associated funerary objects, listed as 
individual or grouped catalogued items, are divided among the 
different sites. The four associated funerary objects from SNI-11 
are one lot bird bone, one complete small mortar, one lot red 
ceramic pieces, and one lot tarring pebbles with asphaltum. The 17 
associated funerary objects from SNI-12 are one lot Abalone shell 
beads, one Abalone shell fragment, three Abalone shell pendants, one 
lot Abalone square shell beads, one lot coral fragments, one limpet 
shell, one lot miscellaneous shell fragments, three lots Olivella 
shell beads, two lots sea urchin fragments, one lot snail shells, 
and two lots Tegula shell fragments. The 25 associated funerary 
objects from SNI-16 are four lots Abalone shell fragments, one bag 
misc. shell and faunal, one bag of burnt pebbles, shell fragments 
and animal bone, one lot Basketry impression soil, two lots 
Asphaltum fragments, one lot clam or oyster shell fragments, one lot 
coral fragments, two lots fish bone, two lots Limpet shells, one 
Oyster shell pendant, one lot rodent bones, two lots sea urchin 
fragments, one lot shell beads, one lot shell fragments, two lots 
snail shell fragments, one lot Tegula shell fragments, and one lot 
whole Olivella beads. The three associated funerary objects from 
SNI-38 are one lot Abalone shell fragments, one lot unmodified 
animal bone, and one steatite effigy. The seven associated funerary 
objects from SNI-41 are one lot Tegula shells, two lots Abalone 
shell, one lot unmodified animal bones, one lot Chiton shells, one 
Olivella shell disc bead, and one sandstone object. The 14 
associated funerary objects from SNI-47 are one lot barnacle shell, 
one lot Abalone shells, one lot mussel shells, one Tegula shell, two 
granite bowl fragments, one Limpet shell, two polished soapstone 
effigy fragments, one lot red Abalone shells, one sandstone mano, 
one lot sea urchin fragments, one shell fragment, and one woven sea 
grass fiber. The 33 associated funerary objects from SNI-51 are one 
lot of misc. worked and unworked shell, four lots of mixed stone, 
shell and bone tools, beads, and lithics, with misc. fragments of 
animal bone and shell, one lot of tarred pebbles with one flake, one 
clump of soil with sea grass, two lots animal bone, three unmodified 
animal bones, two lots charcoal, one modified animal bone, two lots 
burned bone beads with circular incised groove, one lot burned bone 
tube beads, one lot tube beads, two lots disc-shaped beads, one lot 
disc-shaped shell beads, one Conus californicus spire-lopped shell 
bead, one lot disc-shaped stone beads, two lots Mytilus disc-shaped 
shell beads with centrally-drilled hole, one lot Olivella shell bead 
blank, one lot Olivella shell beads, one lot red ochre pigment 
fragments, three lots spire-lopped shell beads, and one lot woven 
seagrass pieces. The two associated funerary objects from SNI-55, 
listed as individual or grouped catalogued items, are one lot 
Abalone shell beads and one lot Olivella shell beads. The 24 
associated funerary objects from SNI-97 are two asphaltum fragments, 
one bag of seagrass cordage and matting with one bone fragment, two 
bundles of fibers and soil, one lot sea grass cordage, one lot Black 
Abalone shells, one burned and ground animal bone fragments, one lot 
of ground animal bone fragment, one lot burned wood fragments, one 
core hammerstone, one Cowrie shell fragment, one Mussel shell 
fragment, one lot fish and animal bone, one ground stone fragment, 
two stone scrapers, two Quartzite flake or pestle fragments, one lot 
shell beads, one lot shell fragments, one stone hoe or chopper, one 
lot of unworked pebble and one possible scraper.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10510, February 26, 2015), column 3, 
paragraph 4, sentence 1, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum 
of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    Between 1977 and 1984, human remains representing, at minimum, 
four individuals were collected from sites CA-SNI-11, CA-SNI-12, CA-
SNI-13 and CA-SNI-54 by George Kritzman, Fred Reinman, and others 
during California State University Los Angeles research on SNI and 
donated to the Southwest Museum at an unknown date.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 1, sentence 3, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum 
of the American

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Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is corrected by 
substituting the following sentence:

    The 88 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or 
grouped catalogued items are one lot of undifferentiated animal 
bone, 81 bone awls, one lot of green abalone fragments, one lot of 
mussel shell fragments, one coral bead, one lot of sea-matting, 
cordage and fibers, one shell fragment, and one lot of soil and bone 
fragments.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 2, sentence 3, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum 
of the American Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is 
corrected by substituting the following sentence:

    The one associated funerary object, listed as an individual 
catalogued item, is a clam shell.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 3, under the heading ``(vi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains 
and Associated Funerary Objects at the Southwest Museum of the American 
Indian at the Autry Museum of the American West,'' is corrected by 
deleting the following paragraph:

    One additional set of human remains representing, at minimum, 1 
individual, that also has no specific information on date of 
collection/donation or a collector, does have accompanying 
documentation indicating it was collected from site CA-SNI-11. No 
known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are 
present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 4, under the heading ``(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human 
Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. 
Hearst Museum of Anthropology,'' is corrected by deleting the following 
paragraph:

    In 1901, human remains representing at minimum, 2 individuals 
were collected by P.M. Jones and donated to the Lowie Museum of 
Anthropology (the predecessor of the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. Hearst 
Museum of Anthropology). No primary documentation or specific 
provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these 
human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated 
funerary objects are present.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 1, 
paragraph 5, under the heading ``(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human 
Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. 
Hearst Museum of Anthropology,'' is corrected by deleting the following 
paragraph:

    In 1902, human remains representing, at minimum, 24 individuals 
were collected by Mrs. Blanche Trask during her botanical survey of 
SNI and donated to the then Lowie Museum of Anthropology. No primary 
documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI 
origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were 
identified. The 1 associated funerary object is a large abalone 
shell lying atop the cranium of the individual human remains 
cataloged as 382-12-2187.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 1, sentence 1, under the heading ``(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley 
Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,'' is corrected by substituting 
the number ``17'' with the number ``18.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, sentence 1, under the heading ``(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI 
Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley 
Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology,'' is corrected by substituting 
the number ``2'' with the number ``3.''
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 2, under the heading ``(vii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human 
Remains and Associated Funerary Objects at the U.C. Berkeley Phoebe A. 
Hearst Museum of Anthropology,'' is corrected by inserting the 
following sentence after sentence 1:
    The human remains were originally donated through the U.C. Museum 
of Paleontology.
    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
the following information is added after paragraph 2:

(viii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary 
Objects at the Fowler Museum at UCLA

    In 1953, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals 
(two adult females) were possibly collected by Clement Meighan and 
Hal Eberhart from site CA-SNI-56/18A. No known individuals were 
identified. One associated funerary object was collected, a spool-
shaped object made from a whale vertebra.
    In 1956, human remains representing, at, minimum one individual 
(an adult female) was surface collected from San Nicolas Island and 
brought into the UCLA Dickey Biology collections. It was transferred 
to the Fowler Museum in 1993 for NAGPRA inventory. No known 
individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are 
present.
    In 1960, human remains representing, at minimum one individual 
(an infant), was surface collected from San Nicolas Island by Sam-
Joe Townsend & S. Rootenberg without further provenience 
information. No known individual was identified. No associated 
funerary objects are present.

(ix) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary 
Objects at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

    In the 1930s, human remains representing, at minimum, four 
individuals were collected by an individual named Howard Arden 
Edwards of the Antelope Valley Museum. The human remains were 
transferred to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County by 
Grace Oliver of the Antelope Valley Museum in 1979. No primary 
documentation or specific provenience information beyond their SNI 
origin exists for these human remains. No known individuals were 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.
    In an unknown year, human remains representing, at minimum, 20 
individuals were collected by Roy Moodie and later donated to the 
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in 1970. No specific 
provenience information beyond their SNI origin exists for these 
human remains. No known individuals were identified. No associated 
funerary objects are present.
    In an unknown year, human remains representing, at minimum, one 
individual were donated by S.C. Evans to the Natural History Museum 
of Los Angeles County. No specific provenience information beyond 
their SNI origin exists for these human remains. No known 
individuals were identified. No associated funerary objects are 
present.

(x) Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession 
of the Naval Base Ventura (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation 
Facility

    In 1991, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by Dana Bleitz in a caliche soil sample from CA-SNI-
351; the embedded human remains were only identified when the sample 
was being cleaned ca. 2015. No known individuals were identified. No 
associated funerary objects are present.
    In 1999, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by CSU Los Angeles during excavation of a historic-
period Chinese abalone site, CA-SNI-323H. No known individuals were 
identified. No associated funerary objects are present.
    In 2005, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by CSULA from CA-SNI-238; but were only identified 
when unsorted screened material was processed by Far Western 
Anthropological Research Group, Inc., in 2013. No known individuals 
were identified. No associated funerary objects are present. 
Documentation indicates theses human remains were transferred to the 
San Nicolas Island Curation Facility. These human remains have been 
missing since 2013.
    In 2006, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by California State University, Fullerton from CA-
SNI-503; only identified when previously unsorted screened material 
was processed by Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc. in 
2013. No known individuals were identified. No associated funerary 
objects are present. Documentation

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indicates these human remains were transferred to the San Nicolas 
Island Curation Facility. These human remains have been missing 
since 2013.
    NAGPRA items in collections at the SNI Curation Facility include 
two funerary objects associated with human remains located at the 
Fowler Museum at UCLA and reported in subparagraph (i) of this 
notice. These associated funerary objects, listed as grouped 
catalogued items, are one lot of spire-lopped shell beads and one 
lot of bird bone beads that was collected by Sam-Joe Townsend and 
Fred Reinman in 1959 at sites SNI-14 and SNI-15 as part of the UCLA 
Archeological Survey.

(xi) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary 
Objects at the San Diego Museum of Man

    On an unknown date, human remains representing, at minimum, one 
individual who had been cremated, were collected from SNI and 
donated to the San Diego Museum of Man. They were identified during 
a comprehensive inventory of storage areas. No specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.

(xii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary 
Objects at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

    In 1917, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by an unknown individual and accessioned by the Santa 
Barbara Museum of Natural History in 2014. No specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.
    In the 1950s, human remains representing, at minimum, two 
individuals were collected by an unnamed geologist and later given 
to a local Chumash individual, who donated them to the Santa Barbara 
Museum of Natural History in 2000. No specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.
    In 1976, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by R. Russell and initially given to Channel Islands 
National Park, who then conveyed them to the Santa Barbara Museum of 
Natural History. No primary documentation or specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.
    In 1976, human remains representing, at minimum, two individuals 
were surface collected by an unknown individual and donated to the 
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. No specific provenience 
information beyond their SNI origin exists for these human remains. 
No known individual was identified. No associated funerary objects 
are present.
    Navy-controlled NAGPRA items at the Santa Barbara Museum of 
Natural History also include human remains representing, at minimum, 
three individuals, that have information on the date of donation 
(1976, 1992 and 1998, respectively), but lack the name of the 
collectors or site provenience beyond their SNI origin. No known 
individual was identified. No associated funerary objects are 
present.

(xiii) Navy-Controlled SNI Human Remains and Associated Funerary 
Objects at the Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake Curation 
Facility

    In 1993, human remains representing, at minimum, one individual 
were collected by California State University, Fullerton from CA-
SNI-38; but were only identified when previously uncatalogued 
material was cataloged by the Navy Region Southwest Curation 
Specialist in 2018. The collection was curated at the Naval Base 
Ventura County (NBVC) San Nicolas Island Curation Facility from the 
time of excavation until it was transferred to the NAWS China Lake 
Curation Facility in 2016. No known individuals were identified. The 
32 associated funerary objects, listed as individual or grouped 
catalogued items, are one piece of porphyritic metavolcanic 
debitage, one piece of metavolcanic debitage, three lots Balanus 
sp., three lots charcoal, two lots Cirripedia, one lot Decapoda sp., 
one lot Haliotis cracherodii, one lot Haliotis sp., one lot Helix 
sp., one lot Lottia gigantea, two lots Mytilus californianus, one 
lot red ochre, one lot Olivella biplicata, three lots pisces 
(undiff.), one lot pisces vertebrae, one lot Septifer bifurcates, 
six lots Strongylocentrotus sp., one lot Tegula sp., and one lot 
vermitidae.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3 sentence 1 is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(9), the human remains described in 
this notice represent the physical remains of 547 individuals of 
Native American ancestry.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3, sentence 2 is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(3)(A), the 1,017 objects described in 
this notice are reasonably believed to have been placed with or near 
individual human remains at the time of death or later as part of 
the death rite or ceremony.

    In the Federal Register (80 FR 10511, February 26, 2015), column 2, 
paragraph 3, sentence 3 is corrected by substituting the following 
sentence:

    Pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001(2), there is a relationship of shared 
group identity that can be reasonably traced between the Native 
American human remains and associated funerary objects and the Pauma 
Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians of the Pauma & Yuima 
Reservation, California; Pechanga Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians of the Pechanga Reservation, California; Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians of the Rincon Reservation, 
California; and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians of 
the Santa Ynez Reservation, California, hereafter referred to as 
``The Tribes.''

Additional Requestors and Disposition

    Lineal descendants or representatives of any Indian Tribe or Native 
Hawaiian organization not identified in this notice that wish to 
request transfer of control of these human remains and associated 
funerary objects should submit a written request with information in 
support of the request to Mr. Joseph Montoya, Environmental Planning 
and Conservation Branch Manager, Naval Base Ventura County, 311 Main 
Road, Building 1, Code N45V, Point Mugu, CA 93042, telephone (805) 989-
3804, email [email protected], by December 19, 2018. After that 
date, if no additional requestors have come forward, transfer of 
control of the human remains and associated funerary objects to The 
Tribes may proceed.
    The Department of the Navy is responsible for notifying The Tribes 
that this notice has been published.

    Dated: October 9, 2018.
Melanie O'Brien,
Manager, National NAGPRA Program.
[FR Doc. 2018-25123 Filed 11-16-18; 8:45 am]
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