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Newspaper Notices

On Federal lands after November 16, 1990, a newspaper notice is published when a Federal agency has identified the appropriate person or group with priority for disposition of the cultural items.

This table shows the Federal agency publishing the notice, the state of the Federal agency, and the publication and publication date of the notice.

This table can be filtered to show only a specific Federal agency or a specific state. The search function applies to all available fields in the table. The buttons provide different formats for downloading the data. The table can be sorted by any field by clicking on the header.

State Federal Agency Publication Dates