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What was the biggest earthquake that has hit California?
Question Date: 2012-03-21
Answer 1:

According to the Department of Conservation, State of California, the largest earthquake ranked by magnitude, since 1800, is the one at Fort Tejon, in January 9, 1857, with a magnitude of 7.9

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