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S. 189 (115th): Fort Scott National Historic Site Boundary Modification Act

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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on May 3, 2017.


Fort Scott National Historic Site Boundary Modification Act

This bill allows the Department of the Interior to acquire by purchase with appropriated funds, by donation (as under current law), or by exchange the lands and interests in land, together with buildings and improvements, known as Fort Scott in the city of Fort Scott in Bourbon County, Kansas.

The proviso that the buildings so acquired shall not include the structure known as "Lunette Blair" is repealed.

The boundary of the Fort Scott National Historic Site in Kansas shall be modified as generally depicted on the map referred to as "Fort Scott National Historic Site Proposed Boundary Modification," dated February 2016.