8 Facts About The Big Valley

1. The Central The Big Valley is home to many west coast bands from Bakersfield, Modesto, Stockton, and Fresno to as far as Sacramento bands.

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2. Today, the Central The Big Valley is one of the most productive growing regions of the United States.

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3. The northern half of the Central The Big Valley receives greater precipitation than the semidesert southern half.

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4. The Big Valley gives its name to The Big Valley fever, which is primarily a disease of the lungs that is common in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.

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5. The Central The Big Valley is home to a wide variety of endemic fish species, including the Sacramento Pikeminnow, Sacramento Perch, Sacramento Blackfish, and Sacramento Splittail, among others.

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6. The Big Valley was enclosed by the uplift of the Coast Ranges, with its original outlet into Monterey Bay.

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7. The Big Valley's was nominated two more times for her work in The Big Valley and earned three Golden Globe nominations as Best TV Star for the part as well (1966, 1967, 1968).

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8. The Big Valley was canceled in 1969 as the TV western craze began to fade and to make room for more modern series.

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