PUBLIC LAW 106-511—NOV. 13, 2000 114 STAT. 2373 (1) Chugach Alaska Corporation shall pay consideration in the amount of $9,000.00. (2) In order to protect the historic values for which the Forest Service acquired the land, Chugach Alaska Corporation shall agree to and the conveyance shall contain the same reservations required by sections 2653.5(a) and 2653.11(b) of title 43, Code of Federal Regulations, for protection of historic and cemetery sites conveyed to a Regional Corporation pursuant to section 14(h)(1) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Forest Service shall deposit the proceeds from the sale to the Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration Fund established by Public Law 102-154 and may be expended without further appropriation in accordance with Public Law 102-229. TITLE V—REVISION OF RICHMOND NA- TIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK BOUND- ARIES SEC. 501. SHORT TITLE; DEFINITIONS. (a) SHORT TITLE. — This title may be cited as the "Richmond National Battlefield Park Act of 2000". (b) DEFINITIONS. —In this title: (1) BATTLEFIELD PARK.—The term "battlefield park" means the Richmond National Battlefield Park. (2) SECRETARY. —The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior. SEC. 502. FINDINGS AND PURPOSE. (a) FINDINGS. —The Congress finds the following: (1) In the Act of March 2, 1936 (Chapter 113; 49 Stat. 1155; 16 U.S.C. 423j), Congress authorized the establishment of the Richmond National Battlefield Park, and the boundaries of the battlefield park were established to permit the inclusion of all military battlefield areas related to the battles fought during the Civil War in the vicinity of the City of Richmond, Virginia. The battlefield park originally included the area then known as the Richmond Battlefield State Park. (2) The total acreage identified in 1936 for consideration for inclusion in the battlefield park consisted of approximately 225,000 acres in and around the City of Richmond. A study undertaken by the congressionally authorized Civil War Sites Advisory Committee determined that of these 225,000 acres, the historically significant areas relating to the campaigns against and in defense of Richmond encompass approximately 38,000 acres. (3) In a 1996 general management plan, the National Park Service identified approximately 7,121 acres in and around the City of Richmond that satisfy the National Park Service criteria of significance, integrity, feasibility, and suitability for inclusion in the battlefield park. The National Park Service later identified an additional 186 acres for inclusion in the battlefield park. Richmond National Battlefield Park Act of 2000. Virginia. Historic preservation. 16 USC 423/-1. 16 USC 423/-2.