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for the interpretation of the scope and accomplishments of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail within the State of Montana. In no event shall the Center be used for purposes other than those provided for by this Act.
(b) PLAN.—Within two years after the establishment of the Center, the Secretary shall prepare and submit to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate, a plan for the development and interpretation of the Center. Such plan shall include but not be limited to provisions for
(1) interpretation to the public of available historic resources, documents, and artifacts associated with the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and
(2) development of facilities for public use and enjoyment of the area.
(c) DONATIONS.-Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary may accept donations of funds, property, or services from individuals, foundations, corporations, or public entities for the purpose of providing services and facilities which he deems consistent with the purposes of this Act.
(d) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS.-In administering the Center, the Secretary is authorized to enter into cooperative agreements with the State of Montana, or any political subdivision thereof, for the rendering, on a reimbursable basis, of rescue, firefighting, and law enforcement services and cooperative assistance by nearby law enforcement and firefighting departments or agencies. The Secretary is also authorized to enter into cooperative agreements with other Federal agencies, and with State or local public agencies for the development and operation of facilities and services in furtherance of the purposes of this Act. The Secretary is encouraged to develop, in conjunction with the State of Montana, a cooperative management plan for the entire Giant Springs Park which will enhance the general public's opportunity to use and enjoy the Center as well as the nearby historical sites, and other State and Federal lands.
(e) COOPERATING ASSOCIATION.-The Secretary is authorized and directed to enter into an agreement with the Portage Route chapter of the Lewis and Clark Heritage Foundation or a similarly affiliated organization to provide educational and interpretive materials to the public that highlight the travels of Lewis and Clark, High Plains Indians, explorers, or other historical features of the area, that are compatible with the purposes of the Center. Such agreement shall include but not be limited to each of the following:
(1) Provisions requiring the Foundation to obtain and maintain its status as a nonprofit tax-exempt organization.
(2) A provision permitting the Secretary to have access to the documents and records of the Foundation that involve the Center.
(3) The Foundation shall agree to return to the Center the profits earned from the sale of educational and interpretive materials.
(4) Minimum operating requirements and procedures for the
(5) A procedure to settle disagreements between the Foundation and the Secretary.
(6) Reasonable rent and maintenance costs for the use of an area within the Center.
(7) Other items of mutual agreement. The Secretary may terminate the agreement for good cause.
SEC. 4. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.
(a) IN GENERAL.-Except as provided in subsection (b), there is hereby authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, including such sums as may be necessary for the planning and designing of, and site preparation for, the Center and associated structures and improvements.
(b) CONSTRUCTION OF INTERPRETIVE CENTER.-There is hereby authorized to be appropriated not more than $3,500,000 for the construction of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center and associated structures and improvements.
(c) Any new spending authority described in subsection (c)(2)(A) of section 401 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 which is provided under this Act shall be effective for any fiscal year only to such extent or in such amounts as are provided in appropriation Acts.
SEC. 5. MISSOURI RIVER WILD AND SCENIC RIVER. [Omitted-Amendment]
Southwestern Pennsylvania Industrial Heritage Route
(title II of Public Law 100-698; Approved November 19, 1988; 102 Stat. 4622; 16 U.S.C. 1244 note)
TITLE II-SOUTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE ROUTE
SEC. 201. DESIGNATION OF ROUTE.
(a) DESIGNATION.-In order to provide for public appreciation, education, understanding, and enjoyment of certain nationally and regionally significant sites in southwestern Pennsylvania which are accessible by public road, the Secretary of the Interior (hereinafter referred to as the "Secretary"), with the concurrence of the agency having jurisdiction over such roads, shall designate, by publication of a description thereof in the Federal Register, a vehicular tour route along existing public roads linking historic, cultural, natural, scenic, and recreational sites in southwestern Pennsylvania. Such route shall be known as the Southwestern Pennsylvania Industrial Heritage Route (hereinafter referred to as the "route"), and shall be marked with an appropriate marker to guide members of the visiting public. With the concurrence of the State or local entity having jurisdiction over such roads so designated, the Secretary may erect thereon signs and other informational devices displaying the Southwestern Pennsylvania Industrial Heritage Route marker. The Secretary is authorized to accept the donation of signs and other informational devices for placement at appropriate locations along the route.
(b) INITIAL ROUTE.—The route as initially designated shall include public roads linking Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Johnstown Flood National Memorial, Historic Saltsburg, Eliza and Mt. Etna Furnaces, the Charles Schwab Estate, Friendship Hill National Historic Site, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Altoona Railroad Shops, Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum, Cambria Iron Works, Johnstown Inclined Plane, Johnstown Flood Museum, Conemaugh Gap, East Broadtop Railroad National Historic Landmark, Gallitzin Tunnels, Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark, Fort Ligonier, Bushy Run Battlefield, Seldom Seen Valley Mine, and Somerset Historical Center.
(c) ADDITIONAL SEGMENTS.-The Secretary may, in the manner set forth in section 201 of this title, designate additional segments of the route from time to time as appropriate to link the sites referred to in subsection (b) with other historic, cultural, natural, scenic, and recreational sites when such sites are designated and protected by Federal, State and local governments, Indian tribes, or nonprofit entities.
SEC. 202. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.
With respect to sites linked by segments of the route which are administered by other Federal, State, local, tribal, or nonprofit entities, the Secretary may, pursuant to cooperative agreements with such entities, provide technical assistance in the development of interpretive devices and materials in order to contribute to public appreciation of the historic, cultural, natural, scenic, and recreational sites along the route.
SEC. 203. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.
There is hereby authorized to be appropriated $150,000 to the Secretary to carry out the purposes of this title. No funds made available under this title shall be used for the operation, maintenance, or repair of any road or related structure.
Trails Interpretive Center-Council Bluff
(Public Law 101–191; Approved November 29, 1989; 103 Stat. 1697; 16 U.S.C. 1244 note)
SECTION 1. FINDINGS AND PURPOSES.
(a) FINDINGS.-The Congress finds that
(1) the nineteenth century American westward movement was an important cultural event in shaping the postcolonial history of the United States;
(2) the nineteenth century American westward movement consisted of journeys along a system of trails across the American continent by pioneers, explorers, religious groups, and scientists; and
(3) additional recognition and interpretation is appropriate in light of the national scope of the nineteenth century American westward movement.
(b) PURPOSES.-The purposes of this Act are—
(1) to recognize the system of western trails established in furtherance of the National Trails System Act because of their national historic and cultural significance; and
(2) to provide the public with an interpretive facility devoted to the vital role of the western trails in the development of the United States.
SEC. 2. AUTHORIZATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAILS INTERPRETATION CENTER.
(a) AUTHORIZATION.-In furtherance of the purposes of section 7(c) of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 1246(c)), the Secretary of the Interior (hereinafter referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to provide for a trails interpretation center (hereinafter referred to as the "center") in the city of Council Bluffs, Iowa, for the purpose of interpreting the history of development and use in the State of Iowa and the adjacent region of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, and the Oregon National Historic Trail.
(b) PLAN AND DESIGN.-(1) Within 18 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary, after consultation with the Governor of Iowa and in cooperation with such other public, municipal, and private entities as may be necessary and appropriate, shall complete a plan and design for the center, including the following:
(A) a detailed description of the design of the facility;
(B) a description of the site;
(C) the method of acquisition;
(D) the estimated cost of acquisition, construction, operation and maintenance; and