Lake Spaulding Dam
It impounds the South Fork of the Yuba River, which originates near Donner Pass. At the time of construction it was the highest dam in California, and one of ten PG&E hydroelectric facilities. A temporary camp called Camp Spaulding, California was established to house workers on the dam during its construction.
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