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1994
President Bill Clinton signs the California Desert Protection Act, which enlarges and redesigns the national monument as Death Valley National Park. The act also designates 91 percent of the park's 3.4 million acres as part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
2000
Timbisha Shoshone Homeland Act allots the tribe acreage within their ancestral homeland to live on in perpetuity. The tribe and the National Park Service, working as partners, jointly manage zones within the park boundary.
Source:National Park Service

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