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Additional human remains were cardboard box in the Saint Martin’s Waynick Museum also have determined
subsequently found in a storage room in Abbey monastery building itself, but that, pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001 (2),
the monastery. Dr. Stephen Fulton, outside of the space designated for the there is a relationship of shared group
Associate Professor of Biology at Saint museum’s storage. Museum identity that can be reasonably traced
Martin’s University, assisted in documentation did not provide the between the Native American human
determining the minimum number of location of the human remains and they remains and the Puyallup Tribe of the
individuals. were found in collections in 2005. Puyallup Reservation, Washington.
In 1938, human remains representing Based on storage, excavator and Representatives of any other Indian
a minimum of one individual were museum history, the human remains are tribe that believes itself to be culturally
removed from a cist burial mound on probably Native American and removed affiliated with the human remains
Vashon-Maury Island, King County, from Vashon Island. No known should contact Brother Luke Devine,
WA, by Lynne ‘‘Black Eagle’’ Waynick. individuals were identified. No Saint Martin’s Waynick Museum, 5300
Mr. Waynick documented the removal associated funerary objects are present. Pacific Ave. SE, Lacey, WA 98503, (360)
of the cist burial and recorded it in his At an unknown date between 1920 438- 4458, before November 13, 2006.
report, ‘‘[a]mong the Clam Shell and 1970, human remains representing Repatriation of the human remains to
Mounds and Ancient Camp Sites of a minimum of two individuals were the Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup
Vashon Island.’’ In the early 1960s, the removed from most likely Vashon Reservation, Washington may proceed
human remains were donated to Saint Island, King County, WA, probably by after that date if no additional claimants
Martin’s Abbey in Lacey, WA, as part of Lynn ‘‘Black Eagle’’ Waynick. The come forward.
the original collection for the museum human remains were probably part of Saint Martin’s Waynick Museum is
named after Mr. Waynick, known as the original collection of the Waynick responsible for notifying the Puyallup
Saint Martin’s Waynick Museum. In Museum and would have been in the Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation,
1996, the cranium of the individual was possession of the museum since that Washington that this notice has been
stored in a different building and was time. Mr. Waynick was a resident of published.
not reunited with the rest of the human Vashon Island for many years and
remains until 2005. The human remains documented the excavation of another Dated: August 31, 2006
were incorrectly identified as two Native American individual from Sherry Hutt,
individuals in the February 22, 2006 Vashon Island. The human remains Manager, National NAGPRA Program.
Notice of Inventory Completion. No were found in collections in 2003 and [FR Doc. E6–16920 Filed 10–11–06; 8:45 am]
known individual was identified. No identified as human remains in 2004. BILLING CODE 4312–50–S
associated funerary objects are present. The human remains were stored in a
At an unknown date between 1920 cardboard box commingled with other
and 1970, human remains representing bones in Waynick Museum storage with DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
a minimum of one individual were no accession number or accompanying
removed from a shell burial near Burton information; however, they were found Notice of Lodging of Consent Decree
on Vashon Island, King County, WA, in a box containing other Native Under the Comprehensive
most likely by Lynne ‘‘Black Eagle’’ American human remains, including the Environmental Response,
Waynick. An index card found with the individual documented as being Compensation, and Liability Act and
human remains states: ’’...skull found in removed from the cist burial. Based on the Delaware Hazardous Substances
a shell burial near Burton Wash.’’ The storage, excavator and museum history, Cleanup Act
human remains are believed to have the human remains are probably Native
been donated as part of the original American and removed from Vashon Notice is hereby given that on
collection of the Waynick Museum in Island. No known individuals were September 29, 2006, a proposed Consent
the 1960s. In 1996, the human remains identified. No associated funerary Decree in United States and the State of
were stored in a different building and objects are present. Delaware v. E.I. Du Pont De Nemours &
were not identified until 2005. Based on Archeological and historical Company, Inc., and CIBA Speciality
storage, museum documentation, documentation identifies Vashon Island Chemicals Corporation, Civil Action No.
excavator and museum history, the as a site of several Puyallup villages at 06–612 was lodged with the United
human remains are believed to be a or before the signing of the Medicine States District Court for the District of
Native American individual removed Creek Treaty of 1854. The Vashon- Delaware.
from Vashon Island. No known Maury Island is located in the In this action the United States and
individual was identified. No associated historically documented traditional the State of Delaware sought claims for
funerary objects are present. territory of the Puyallup tribe. Based on natural resource damages brought
At an unknown date between 1920 museum documentation, geographic pursuant to the Comprehensive
and 1970, human remains representing location, storage, excavator and museum Environmental Response,
a minimum of two individuals were history, all individuals described in this Compensation, and Liability Act
probably removed from Vashon Island, Notice of Inventory Completion are (‘‘CERCLA’’), as amended, 42 U.S.C.
King County, WA. Mr. Lynn ‘‘Black believed to be Native American and 9601 et seq. and the Delaware
Eagle’’ Waynick may have been the culturally affiliated to the Puyallup. Hazardous Substance Cleanup Act
excavator. The human remains were Descendants of the Puyallup are (‘‘HSCA’’), 7 Del. C. Chapter 91 with
probably part of the original collection members of the Puyallup Tribe of the respect to the release of hazardous
of the Waynick Museum and would Puyallup Reservation, Washington. substances from DuPont-Newport
have been in the possession of the Officials of Saint Martin’s Waynick chemical facility, located in Newport,
museum since that time. Mr. Waynick Museum have determined that, Delaware. Under the proposed Consent
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was a resident of Vashon Island for pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 3001 (9–10), the Decree, the defendants will fund
many years and documented the human remains described above restoration projects on the ‘‘Pike
excavation of another Native American represent the physical remains of six Property’’ as set forth in the Damage
individual from Vashon Island. The individuals of Native American Assessment and Restoration Plan
human remains were stored in a ancestry. Officials of Saint Martin’s (‘‘DARP’’, attached to the Consent

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Decree), and the State of Delaware will NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND IV. Request for Comments
hold an environmental covenant for the SPACE ADMINISTRATION Comments are invited on: (1) Whether
Pike Property to protect it in perpetuity. the proposed collection of information
Defendants will reimburse each Trustee Notice of Information Collection
is necessary for the proper performance
for its Damage Assessment Costs, and of the functions of NASA, including
make a payment to Delaware for AGENCY: National Aeronautics and
Space Administration (NASA). whether the information collected has
groundwater injuries. Defendants will practical utility; (2) the accuracy of
pay $2,237,205 for the above-mentioned Notice: (06–076).
NASA’s estimate of the burden
projects and costs. ACTION: Notice of information collection.
(including hours and cost) of the
The Department of Justice will receive
for a period of thirty (30) days from the SUMMARY: The National Aeronautics and proposed collection of information; (3)
date of this publication comments Space Administration, as part of its ways to enhance the quality, utility, and
relating to the Consent Decree. continuing effort to reduce paperwork clarity of the information to be
Comments should be addressed to the and respondent burden, invites the collected; and (4) ways to minimize the
Assistant Attorney General, general public and other Federal burden of the collection of information
Environment and Natural Resources agencies to take this opportunity to on respondents, including automated
Division, P.O. Box 7611, U.S. comment on proposed and/or collection techniques or the use of other
Department of Justice, Washington, DC continuing information collections, as forms of information technology.
required by the Paperwork Reduction Comments submitted in response to
20044–7611, and should refer to United
Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104–13, 44 U.S.C. this notice will be summarized and
States and the State of Delaware v. E.I.
3506(c)(2)(A)). included in the request for OMB
Du Pont De Nemours & Company, Inc.,
approval of this information collection.
and CIBA Speciality Chemicals DATES: All comments should be
They will also become a matter of
Corporation, D.J. Ref. 90–11–2–883/2. submitted within 60 calendar days from
The Consent Decree may be examined public record.
the date of this publication.
at the Office of the United States Gary Cox,
ADDRESSES: All comments should be
Attorney, for the District of Delaware, Deputy Chief Information Officer (Acting).
addressed to Mr. Walter Kit, National
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Aeronautics and Space Administration,
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Washington, DC 20546–0001. BILLING CODE 7510–13–P
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Consent Decree may also be obtained by be directed to Mr. Walter Kit, NASA Notice of Information Collection
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Justice, Washington, DC 20044–7611 or 20546, (202) 358–1350, Walter.Kit- Space Administration (NASA).
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A copy of the Consent Decree may comment on proposed and/or
to grant the license. continuing information collections, as
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Delaware Department of Natural II. Method of Collection required by the Paperwork Reduction
Resources and Environmental Control, Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104–13, 44 U.S.C.
The current paper-based system is 3506(c)(2)(A)).
Division of Air and Waste Management, used to collect the information. It is
Site Investigation and Restoration DATES: All comments should be
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