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Jukebox Mark

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I just read the Act as well, and also failed to see any direct mention of the springs. I did however note with critical interest the possible use of Centennial subject to adequate water. The townsite of Darwin currently draws from this same resource, and it's future with regards to water is very unstable. The additional impact of tribal access to Centennial may be the 'nail in the coffin' for Darwin.
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Looking briefly at the provided document I don't see Saline Valley noted. Nor the hot springs. If it is there could someone please share where it is noted? Thanks. It would be good to see the "map" as referenced in the document.
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I would like to see this in Furnace Creek...but it hasn't happened yet. Seems this is more important than turning the springs area back to time immortal...

(5) to provide opportunities for a richer visitor experience
at the Park through direct interactions between visitors and
the Tribe including guided tours, interpretation, and the
establishment of a tribal museum and cultural center;
Sam D.

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PDF Full text is here: Timbisha Shoshone Homeland Act



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