Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 4.djvu/415

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PUBLIC LAW 107-331—DEC. 13, 2002 116 STAT. 2843 SEC. 210. EXTINGUISHMENT OF CLAIMS. Upon the deposit of funds under sections 204(b) and 205(b), all monetary claims that the Yankton Sioux Tribe or the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska has or may have against the United States for loss of value or use of land related to lands described in section 202(a)(10) resulting from the Fort Randall and Gavins Point projects of the Pick-Sloan Missouri River Basin program shall be extinguished. TITLE III—OKLAHOMA NATIVE AMER- ICAN CULTURAL CENTER AND MU- SEUM SEC. 301. OKLAHOMA NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER AND MUSEUM. (a) FINDINGS. —Congress makes the following findings: (1) In order to promote better understanding between Indian and non-Indian citizens of the United States, and in light of the Federal Government's continuing trust responsibil- T ities to Indian tribes, it is appropriate, desirable, and a proper function of the Federal Government to provide grants for the development of a museum designated to display the heritage and culture of Indian tribes. (2) In recognition of the unique status and history of Indian tribes in the State of Oklahoma and the role of the Federal Government in such history, it is appropriate and proper for the museum referred to in paragraph (1) to be located in the State of Oklahoma. ' (b) GRANT.— (1) IN GENERAL.— The Secretary shall offer to award financial assistance equaling not more than $33,000,000 and technical assistance to the Authority to be used for the development and construction of a Native American Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (2) AGREEMENT.—To be eligible to receive a grant under paragraph (1), the appropriate official of the Authority shall— (A) enter into a grant agreement with the Secretary which shall specify the duties of the Authority under this section, including provisions for continual maintenance of the Center by the Authority without the use of Federal funds; and (B) demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Secretary, that the Authority has raised, or has commitments from private persons or State or local government agencies for, an amount that is equal to not less than 66 percent of the cost to the Authority of the activities to be carried out under the grant. (3) LIMITATION.—The amount of any grant awarded under paragraph (1) shall not exceed 33 percent of the cost of the activities to be funded under the grant. (4) IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION.—When calculating the cost share of the Authority under this title, the Secretary shall reduce such cost share obligation by the fair market value of the approximately 300 acres of land donated by Oklahoma City for the Center, if ^uch land is used for the Center.