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Subcommittee on National Parks, Recreation and Public Lands Legislative Hearing on: H.R. 4066, HR 4469, and HR 4579
Thursday, July 15, 2004

washington, D.C.

Legislative Hearing on:

H.R. 4066, Chickasaw National Recreation Area Land Exchange Act of 2004
H.R. 4469, Angel Island Immigration Station Restoration and Preservation Act
H.R. 4579, Truman Farm Home Expansion Act


Panel 1:

The Honorable Tom Cole
Representative from the 4th District of Oklahoma (H.R. 4066)

The Honorable Lynn Woolsey
Representative from the 6th District of California (H.R. 4469)

The Honorable Karen McCarthy
Representative from the 5th District of Missouri (H.R. 4579)

Panel 2:

Ms. Sue Masica (H.R. 4066H.R. 4469H.R. 4579)
Associate Director
Park Planning, Facilities, and Lands
National Park Service, Washington, DC

Panel 3:

Mr. Charles W. Blackwell
Ambassador to the United States of America, The Chickasaw Nation
Washington, DC (H.R. 4066)

The Honorable Don Day
Sulphur City Council, Sulphur, Oklahoma (H.R. 4066)

Ms. Katherine Toy
Former Executive Director, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
San Francisco, California (H.R. 4469)

The Honorable Harry O. Wilson
Mayor, City of Grandview, Grandview, Missouri (H.R. 4579)

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