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104 STAT. 5184 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 26, 1990 Whereas it is proper and timely for the Congress of the United States of America to acknowledge, on the occasion of the impending one hundredth anniversary of the event, the historic significance of the Massacre at Wounded Knee Creek, to express its deep regret to the Sioux people and in particular to the descendants of the victims and survivors for this terrible tragedy, and to support the reconciliation efforts of the State of South Dakota and the Wounded Knee Survivors Association: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring). That— (1) the Congress, on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre of December 29, 1890, hereby acknowledges the historical significance of this event as the last armed conflict of the Indian wars period resulting in the tragic death and injury of approximately 350- 375 Indian men, women, and children of Chief Big Foot's band of Minneconjou Sioux and hereby expresses its deep regret on behalf of the United States to the descendants of the victims and survivors and their respective tribal communities; (2) the Congress also hereby recognizes and commends the efforts of reconciliation initiated by the State of South Dakota and the Wounded Knee Survivors Association and expresses its support for the establishment of a suitable and appropriate Memorial to those who were so tragically slain at Wounded Knee which could inform the American public of the historic significance of the events at Wounded Knee and accurately portray the heroic and courageous campaign waged by the Sioux people to preserve and protect their lands and their way of life during this period; and (3) the Congress hereby expresses its commitment to acknowledge and learn from our history, including the Wounded Knee Massacre, in order to provide a proper foundation for building an ever more humane, enlightened, and just society for the future. •..- Agreed to October 25, 1990. [s^n^^^^!^] ENROLLMENT CORRECTIONS-S. 2834 Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That in the enrollment of the bill (S. 2834) to authorize appropriations for fiscal year 1991 for intelligence and intelligence-related activities for the United States Government, for the Intelligence Community Staff, for the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System, and for other purposes, the Secretary of the Senate shall make the following corrections: (1) In section 17(b) of the National Security Agency Act of 1959, as proposed to be added by section 503, strike out "Appropriations Committees" and insert in lieu thereof "Committees on Appropriations". (2) In section 504(a), strike out "(1) by inserting" and all that follows through "SUBCHAPTER II—INTELLIGENCE COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES" and insert in lieu thereof the following: