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Scott's Run, West Virginia. Johnson family - father unemployed. - NARA - 518380

Peasants in Napa during 1978.

Farm Security Administration, Family of coal miner in West Virginia - NARA - 195846

Peasants in Napa during 1978.

OverviewEdit

Sacramento, San Diageo, LA, Vegas, San' Fran' Edwards AFB, Nellis, AFB and Long Beach were nuked badly by the Soviets in 1962.

The city of Napa is the capital nation of Napa County and Calistoga is the principal city of the Napa nation. 

Cholera and radiation killed many in 1962-63. Over the years the communities united and a few near by towns and serving communes were integrated between 2000 and 2010.

The Napa Valley, in the Bay Area in California, was and still is the main wine growing region of the California. It was also known for its gourmet restaurants, cafes, and spa-treatment centers.

  1. Name- Napa Valley.
  2. Language- American English.
  3. Capital- Napa.
  4. Population- 454,545
  5. Religion- Various Christian groups.
  6. Leader- N\A
  7. Currency- Barter and Mexican Peso.

LocalesEdit

Napa CountyEdit

  1. Calistoga- 2,945
  2. St. Helena- 2,854
  3. Rutherford- 165
  4. Oakville- 72
  5. Yountville- 2,325
  6. Napa- 9,168
  7. American Canyon- 194
  8. Angwin- 351
  9. Pope Valley- 583
  10. Silverado Resort- 195
  11. Vichy Springs- 77
  12. Spanish Flat- 77
  13. Pope Valley- 212
  14. Moskowite Corner- 118
  15. Lokoya- 78
  16. Deer Park- 575
  17. Circle Oaks- 464
  18. Berryessa Highlands- 275
  19. Aetna Springs- 347

Solano CountyEdit

  1. Vallejo- 6,624

Yolo CountyEdit

  1. Winters- 6,624
  2. Esparto- 348

Sonmona CountyEdit

  1. Windsor-2,684
  2. Sonoma-5,454
  3. Glen Ellen- 478

Various other smaller communitiesEdit

  1. Total of 757 folk in 25 other villages of under 30 citizens.

HistoryEdit

THIS 2,000 HORSE POWER MILL SHREDS ABOUT 300 CARS A DAY. THE PILE OF ALUMINUM IN THE FOREGROUND WAS SEPARATED OUT BY... - NARA - 546256

A basic metal recycling plant in the south of the nation during 1983. Most of the metal is scavenged from elsewhere.

Soviet targetsEdit

  1. Sacramento-1x 100kt and 1x 50kt.
  2. San Diageo-1x 100kt and 1x 50kt.
  3. LA-1x 100kt (did not go off) and 1x 50kt.
  4. Vegas-2x 5okt, 1x 100kt and 1x 1mt.
  5. San' Fran'- 100kt (did not go off) and 1x 50kt.
  6. Edwards AFB-2x 50kt.
  7. Nellis AFB- 2x 50kt.
  8. Vandenberg AFB-2x 50kt (did not go off).
  9. Long Beach dockyards- 1x 100kt (did not go off)
  10. Long Beach dockyards- 1x 50kt.

SurvivalEdit

ConsolidationEdit

RecoveryEdit

Life todayEdit

The wine and fruit industryEdit

I started in the late 1980s and took of tn the mid 1990s.

Major natural eventsEdit

EarthquakesEdit

At 3:20 a.m. on August 24, 2014, the area was struck by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake centered 3.7 miles (6.0 km) northwest of the city of American Canyon. Yountville suffered a 5.2 magnitude earthquake on September 3, 2000.

SnowEdit

The most snowfall in one month was 4.0 inches (100 mm), recorded in January 1974 and again in March 1976. The most snowfall in 24 hours was 4.0 inches (100 mm) on March 2, 1976.

DroughtEdit

A heavy drought has gripped the region since 2014.

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