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From left, Cory Hall, 8, Patricia Johnson, 17, Javan Saffell, and Sami Frye, 17, enjoy a barbecue along the Eel River in Scotia, CA on Tuesday, June 27, 2006. The Halls are the fourth generation of their family to grow up in Scotia. The town of Scotia in Northern California is a company town owned by the Pacific Lumber Company (PALCO), but that will change as the company will begin to sell the town. (Photo by Max Whittaker for The New York Times)
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USA Company Town
From left, Cory Hall, 8, Patricia Johnson, 17, Javan Saffell, and Sami Frye, 17, enjoy a barbecue along the Eel River in Scotia, CA on Tuesday, June 27, 2006. The Halls are the fourth generation of their family to grow up in Scotia. The town of Scotia in Northern California is a company town owned by the Pacific Lumber Company (PALCO), but that will change as the company will begin to sell the town. (Photo by Max Whittaker for The New York Times)

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