Central Valley, California

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Date: 1938 to 1993
Location: Shasta Lake, Shasta, California, United Statesmap
Surnames/tags: shasta_lake boomtown
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Central Valley, California (which sat at the northern foothills closing the geographic feature of the same name, the Central Valley) was a boomtown that emerged housing workers of the New Deal era Shasta Dam construction project. In 1993 it was incorporated into Shasta Lake, California, along with nearby communities of Toyon, Pine Grove, Summit City, and Project City.

Central Valley High School was constructed there in the 1950s and still operates (in Shasta Lake) today.

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