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level in the IRR program, transportation, (2) Determine the individuals entitled Act, as amended, to add allotments or
or transit areas. Incomplete nominations to compensation under the Act; and interests to the second list if the
will not be considered. (3) Ascertain the amount of Secretary determined that the additional
To be considered, nominations must compensation to which each such allotments or interests fall within the
be received by the close of business individual is entitled. provisions of sections 4(a), 4(b), or 5(c).
February 28, 2005, at the location In addition, section 5(c) of the Act The first list of such additions was
indicated in the ADDRESSES section. provides that the White Earth Band of published in the Federal Register on
Chippewa Indians shall be compensated March 27, 1991 (56 FR 12818), and a
Dated: December 29, 2004.
for allotments which were granted to second list of such additions was
David W. Anderson, individuals who had died prior to the subsequently published on April 11,
Assistant Secretary—Indian Affairs. selection dates of their respective 1994 (59 FR 17174). The Secretary has
[FR Doc. 05–727 Filed 1–12–05; 8:45 am] allotments. Under section 8(a) of the determined that certain additional
BILLING CODE 4310–LY–P Act, the compensation for the taking or allotments or interests fall within the
transfer of an allotment or interest is to provisions of sections 4(a), 4(b), or 5(c).
be based on the fair market value of the The list included in this notice contains
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR allotment or interest therein as of the these additions.
date of such taking or transfer, less any The list describes additional
Bureau of Indian Affairs consideration actually received at the allotments and interests, whether the
time. The compensation to be paid takings or transfers apply to the allottees
List of Additional Lands Affected by
under the Act shall include interest or the heirs of inherited interests. The
White Earth Reservation Land
compounded annually at 5 percent from lists characterized in the September 19,
Settlement Act of 1985
the date of the questionable taking or 1986, and March 10, 1989, publications
AGENCY: Bureau of Indian Affairs, transfer, until March 24, 1986, and at as those of Partial Interests are no longer
Interior. the general rate of interest earned by being published. All allotments and
ACTION: Notice. Department of the Interior funds interests determined by the Secretary to
thereafter. The Secretary is authorized be affected by sections 4(a), 4(b), or 5(c)
SUMMARY: This notice publishes a list of to issue written notices of compensation of the Act are contained in what had
additional allotments or interests on the determination to the allottees or heirs been characterized as the Master List in
White Earth Chippewa Reservation in entitled to it. Such notice will describe previous publications and in this
Minnesota. The Department of the the basis for the Secretary’s addition. Some of the allotments
Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, have determination, the process whereby contained on the list include herein may
determined that certain additional such compensation was determined, the represent partial interests only. The
allotments or interests fall within the method of payment, and the applicable failure to include a Partial Interest List
scope of sections 4(a), 4(b), or 5(c) of the time limits for judicial review of the does not mean that there are no partial
White Earth Reservation Land determination. Any individual who has interests.
Settlement Act of 1985. Under section already elected to file suit in the Federal The inclusion of an allotment or
7(e) of the Act, as amended, any District Court for the District of interest on this list may be judicially
determination made by the Secretary to Minnesota to seek the recovery of title reviewed under the provisions of the
include an allotment or interest is to an allotment or interest therein, or Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C.
required to be published in the Federal damages, is barred under section 6(c) 701, et seq. Any such action must be
Register. from receiving any compensation under filed in Federal District Court for the
the Act. District of Minnesota and shall be
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
The Secretary was authorized, under
Gene Virden, Superintendent, barred unless it is filed within 90
section 7(a) of the Act, to publish a first
Minnesota Agency, Bureau of Indian calendar days of this publication.
list of allotments or interest that fall
Affairs, 522 Minnesota Avenue, NW., This notice is published in the
within the provisions of sections 4(a),
Bemidji, Minnesota 56601, Telephone exercise of authority delegated by the
4(b), or 5(c) of the Act. The first list of
(218) 751–2011. Secretary of the Interior to the Assistant
allotments and interests affected by the
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The White Secretary—Indian Affairs by 209 DM 8.
Act was published in the Federal
Earth Reservation Land Settlement Act Register on September 19, 1986 (51 FR Dated: December 23, 2004.
of 1985, Public Law 99–264 (100 Stat. 33348). The Secretary was also David W. Anderson,
61), as amended by Public Law 100–153 authorized, under section 7(c) of the Assistant Secretary—Indian Affairs.
(101 Stat. 886), Public Law 100–212 Act, to publish a second list of
(101 Stat. 1433), and Public Law 101– allotments and interests affected by the Instruction Sheet
301 (104 Stat. 210), provides for Act, including additions to those Each questionable taking or transfer
alternative methods of resolving appearing on the first list. The has been assigned a 10, 11 or 12
disputes relative to the title to certain amendment contained in Public Law character Issue Number. In every
allotments for which trust patents were 100–212 authorized the Secretary to instance, the first six characters,
issued to White Earth Chippewa include and publish, as part of the F53408, are identical and denote the
Indians. Sections 4(a) and 4(b) of the second list, corrections to the first list. Midwest Regional Office, Minnesota
Act define circumstances by which the The list published in the Federal Agency and White Earth Indian
title to an allotment may have been Register on March 10, 1989 (54 FR Reservation. The last four, five and six
taken or transferred through a 10216), constitutes the second list of characters identify the specific taking or
questionable means during the trust allotments and interests which was transfer. The list contains information
period. The Act authorizes the Secretary determined by the Department of the regarding allotments and inherited
of the Interior to: Interior to fall within the provisions of interests, in addition to those listed in
(1) Identify the allotments or interests sections 4(a), 4(b), or 5(c) of the Act. previous publications, affected by the
which were taken or transferred under The Secretary is also authorized, at Act, including the following
identified circumstances; any time, under section 7(e)(1) of the subheadings:

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Issue Number: The 10, 11 or 12 the letter O (Original Allotment) or A Ojibway Name: The name of the
character number, explained above, (Additional Allotment). allottee in Ojibway, the native language
which identifies the Regional Office, CO: The county in which the tract of the White Earth Band of the White
Agency, Reservation and specific taking involved in the taking or transfer is Earth Band of Chippewa Indians. The
or transfer affected by the Act. Where located. These are identified as Becker names are shown with phonetic
there are multiple tracts of land, there (B), Clearwater (C) or Mahnomen (M) spellings.
has occasionally been the need to add County.
one or more letters to the Issue Number Legal Sub, SEC, TWP, and RNG: The Tracts which fall within the
in order to distinguish among such legal description of the tract which is provisions of section 5(c) of the Act,
tracts. Also, where a tract of land has involved with the taking or transfer by where the claimant is the White Earth
been the subject of multiple takings or legal Subdivision, Section (SEC), Band, appear on the list with the White
transfers by interest holders, letters have Township (TWP), and Range (RNG) Earth Band listed under the sub-heading
been added to the Issue Number to numbers. Where a metes and bounds of English Name.
distinguish between such takings and description is required for the legal If you wish further information about
transfers. subdivision, it is described as MB allotments or interests which are
Allot #: The number assigned, at the (Metes and Bounds). Further contained in this list, call or write the
time of the allotment section, to the information concerning such tracts can WELSA Project office in care of the
allotment comprising the tract of land be obtained from the WELSA Project Bureau of Indian affairs. The address
which was involved in the taking or office in Bemidji, Minnesota. and telephone number are indicated in
transfer. Many White Earth allottees, English Name: All known English
the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
after receiving an original allotment, names of the allottee, including given
were granted an additional allotment, name, middle initial, middle name, section of this document. Be sure to
with different numbers assigned to each. maiden name, and other English names include the complete Issue Number in
To distinguish between the two which have been identified for the any correspondence with the Bureau of
allotments, the numbers are preceded by allottee. Indian Affairs.

LIST OF ADDITIONAL LANDS AFFECTED BY THE WHITE EARTH RESERVATION LAND SETTLEMENT ACT OF 1985
Issue number Allot No. CO Legal sub SEC TWP RNG English name Ojibwe name

F53–408–0066B A–2999 .. M ........ NESE ................ 14 146 40 Nancy Pine .................................. Ahgwahdaushee.
F53–408–0133 ... O–0596 .. B ......... Lot 4 & SESW .. 7 142 39 Dan Brown ................................... Kah we tah waush.
F53–408–0135B O–0613 .. B ......... LOT 1 & SENE 23 142 41 ...................................................... Ke way gah bow e quay.
F53–408–0492 ... O–0577 .. B ......... LOTS 1 & 2 ...... 7 142 40 Mrs. Joseph Charette .................. Ayn dus.
F53–408–0493B A–0507 .. B ......... E2SW ................ 16 141 39 Sophia Bellanger Benais.
F53–408–0713D A–3051 .. M ........ NENW ............... 25 145 42 ...................................................... Nay tah o say quay.
N2NWNW ......... 25 145 42
S2NWNW ......... 24 145 42
F53–408–0812 ... O–2614 .. B ......... E2SW ................ 21 142 37 ...................................................... Pugenaygeshhigoquay.
F53–408–0968 ... O–4682 .. M ........ NWSW .............. 13 145 40 John/Charles LaRose .................. Omin way way ge shig.
NESE ................ 14 146 40
F53–408–0968D A–2298 .. M ........ NWSW .............. 13 145 40 John/Charles LaRose .................. Omin way way ge snig.
NESE ................ 14 145 40
F53–408–0995 ... O–3455 .. M ........ NESE & SENW 16 143 39 Viola Snider Saign.
F53–408–0995A A–1921 .. M ........ NWSE & SWNE 16 143 39 Viola Snider Saign.
F53–408–1007 ... A–3055 .. M ........ Lots 2, 7 & 8 ..... 1 146 40 Dorothy Day Dodge ..................... Kah gay ge shig o quay.
F53–408–1223A O–2945 .. M ........ Lots 3 & 9 ......... 30 143 42 Jack Papio ................................... In de baince.
F53–408–1223B O–2945 .. M ........ Lots 3 & 9 ......... 30 143 42 Jack Papio ................................... In de baince.
F53–408–1809A A–1224 .. M ........ E2SW ................ 33 145 41 Joseph Jourdain.
F53–408–1823 ... O–1836 .. B ......... Lots 3 & 4 ......... 18 142 39 ...................................................... Ayenub.
F53–408–1824 ... O–3548 .. M ........ E2SW ................ 27 145 40 James Staples ............................. Nay wah je ke shig.
F53–408–1824A O–3548 .. M ........ E2SW ................ 27 145 40 James Staples ............................. Nay wah je ke shig.
F53–408–1869A O–2110 .. B ......... E2NW ............... 25 141 37 ...................................................... Ahbetahwahcumigoke.
F53–408–2006H A–1663 .. M ........ W2NW .............. 26 146 39 ...................................................... Obim way way ge shig o quay.
F53–408–2176 ... O–4312 .. M ........ S2NE ................ 15 146 42 ...................................................... Nah ah bun way.
F53–408–2178 ... O–3162 .. M ........ E2SE ................. 30 144 42 Joseph M. Turpin.
F53–408–2180 ... O–3963 .. M ........ N2SW ............... 20 146 40 Nellie Strong ................................ Ke che wauzh.
F53–408–2180A O–3963 .. M ........ N2SW ............... 20 146 40 Nellie Strong ................................ Ke che wauzh.
F53–408–2181 ... O–4784 .. M ........ E2SE ................. 35 143 40 ...................................................... Oge mah we gah bow.
F53–408–2182 ... O–0744 .. B ......... S2NW ............... 17 141 40 Henry Mason.
F53–408–2183 ... A–0656 .. B ......... W2NE ............... 35 142 39 Philomene Santwire.
F53–408–2184 ... O–3868 .. B ......... E2SE ................. 26 142 39 Frank Badboy .............................. Odinegon.
F53–408–2184A O–3868 .. B ......... E2SE ................. 26 142 39 Frank Badboy .............................. Odinegon.
....... SWSE Less 2.
F53–08–2185 ..... A–2102 .. C ........ acres ................. 8 145 38 Scott LaPrairie ............................. Dewayayay.
....... SWNW .............. 9 145 38
F53–408–2187 ... O–2688 .. B ......... NENE ................ 15 142 38 ...................................................... Aydowahcumigoquay.
....... Lot 4 .................. 14 142 38
F53–408–2188 ... O–0741 .. B ......... SWNW .............. 16 141 40 Catherine Mason.
....... Lot 1 .................. 16 141 40
F53–408–2189 ... A–2982 .. M ........ NWNE & SENW 22 144 39 ...................................................... Mahgaid.
F53–408–2189A A–2982 .. M ........ NWNE & SENW 22 144 39 ...................................................... Mahgaid.
F53–408–2189B A–2982 .. M ........ NWNE & SENW 22 144 39 ...................................................... Mahgaid.

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[FR Doc. 05–748 Filed 1–12–05; 8:45 am] Beginning February of 2005, the Reclamation Task Group
BILLING CODE 4310–W7–P MCNCA Advisory Council meetings (subcommittee) will meet in Pinedale,
will be held bi-monthly on the first Wyoming, for a business meeting. Task
Wednesday of every other month Group meetings are open to the public.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR through June at the same time and
location. The dates for these meetings DATES: The PAWG Reclamation Task
Bureau of Land Management are February 2, 2005; April 6, 2005; and Group will meet February 16, 2005,
June 1, 2005. Additional meetings for from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
[CO–01–134–1220–241A]
2005 will be determined at the February ADDRESSES: The meetings of the PAWG
McInnis Canyons National meeting. Reclamation Task Group will be held in
Conservation Area Advisory Council Topics of discussion for future the Lovatt Room at the Sublette County
Meeting meetings will include completion of an Library. The Sublette County Library is
implementation/business plan, located at 155 South Tyler Avenue, in
AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, refinement of a monitoring strategy,
Interior. Pinedale.
partnerships, interpretation, adaptive
ACTION: Notice of meetings. management, socioeconomics, and other FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
issues as appropriate. Dessa Dale, BLM/Reclamation TG
SUMMARY: The McInnis Canyons All meetings will be open to the Liaison, Bureau of Land Management,
National Conservation Area (MCNCA) public and will include a time set aside Pinedale FO, 432 E. Mill Street, PO Box
Advisory Council will hold its first bi- for public comment. Interested persons 768, Pinedale WY 82941; 307–367–
monthly meeting of 2005 on February 2, may make oral statements at the 5321.
2005. The meeting will begin at 3 p.m. meetings or submit written statements at
and will be held at the Mesa County any meeting. Per-person time limits for SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
Administration Building; 544 Rood oral statements may be set to allow all Pinedale Anticline Working Group
Avenue, Grand Junction, CO. Additional interested persons an opportunity to (PAWG) was authorized and established
meetings will also be held on April 6 speak. with release of the Record of Decision
and June 1 of 2005 at the same location Summary minutes of all Council (ROD) for the Pinedale Anticline Oil
and the same time. Additional meetings meetings will be maintained at the and Gas Exploration and Development
for 2005 will be determined at the Bureau of Land Management Office in Project on July 27, 2000. The PAWG
February 2 meeting and published in Grand Junction, Colorado. They are advises the BLM on the development
the Federal Register. available for public inspection and and implementation of monitoring plans
DATES: The meeting will be held on reproduction during regular business and adaptive management decisions as
February 2, 2005. hours within thirty (30) days following development of the Pinedale Anticline
ADDRESSES: For further information or
the meeting. In addition, minutes and Natural Gas Field (PAPA) proceeds for
to provide written comments, please other information concerning the the life of the field.
contact the Bureau of Land Management MCNCA Advisory Council, can be
After the ROD was issued, Interior
(BLM), 2815 H Road, Grand Junction, obtained from the MCNCA Web site at:
http://www.co.blm.gov/gjra/mcnca/ determined that a Federal Advisory
Colorado 81506; (970) 244–3000. Committees Act (FACA) charter was
mcncahome.htm, which will be updated
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The required for this group. The charter was
following each Advisory Council
Colorado Canyons National meeting. signed by Secretary of the Interior, Gale
Conservation Area was established on Norton, on August 15, 2002, and
October 24, 2000 when the Colorado Dated: January 6, 2005. renewed on August 13, 2004. An
Canyons National Conservation Area Paul H. Peck, announcement of committee initiation
and Black Ridge Wilderness Act of 2000 Manager, McInnis Canyons National and call for nominations was published
(the Act) was signed by the President. Conservation Area. in the Federal Register on February 21,
The Act required that the Advisory [FR Doc. 05–683 Filed 1–12–05; 8:45 am] 2003, (68 FR 8522). PAWG members
Council be established to provide advice BILLING CODE 4310–JB–P were appointed by Secretary Norton on
in the preparation and implementation May 4, 2004.
of the CCNCA Resource Management
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR At their second business meeting, the
Plan. The name was congressionally
PAWG established seven resource-or
change at the end of 2004 from Colorado
Bureau of Land Management activity-specific Task Groups, including
Canyons National Conservation Area to
one for Reclamation. Public
McInnis Canyons National Conservation [WY–100–05–1310–DB]
participation on the Task Groups was
Area.
The MCNCA Advisory Council will Notice of Meeting of the Pinedale solicited through the media, letters, and
meet on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 at Anticline Working Group’s word-of-mouth.
the Mesa County Administration Reclamation Task Group The agenda for this meeting will
Building; 544 Rood Avenue, Grand AGENCY: Bureau of Land Management, include information gathering and
Junction, CO, beginning at 3 p.m. The Interior. discussion related to developing a
agenda topics for this meeting are: reclamation monitoring plan to assess
ACTION: Notice of public meeting.
(1) The re-election of council officials; the impacts of development in the
(2) MCNCA Resource Management SUMMARY: In accordance with the Pinedale Anticline gas field, and
Plan implementation and monitoring Federal Land Policy and Management identifying who will do and who will
strategy; Act (1976) and the Federal Advisory pay for the monitoring. Task Group
(3) Budgetary requirements for Committee Act (1972), the U.S. recommendations are due to the PAWG
upcoming fiscal years; Department of the Interior, Bureau of in February, 2005. At a minimum,
(4) Public comment period; Land Management (BLM) Pinedale public comments will be heard just
(5) Agenda for next meeting; Anticline Working Group (PAWG) prior to adjournment of the meeting.

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