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The Safe Harbor Dam (also Safe Harbor Hydroelectric Station) is a concrete gravity dam on the lower Susquehanna River with an associated hydroelectric power station. It is the most northerly and last of three Great Depression-era public electrification projects' hydroelectric dams and was constructed between 1 April 1930 and 7 December 1931. It created a long and relatively shallow lake along the upper stretch of the Conejohela Valley known as Lake Clarke. The creation of the lake shrank the upper Conejohela Flats in size. - Source: Wikipedia

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