Historic Sites and Points of Interest in Sutter County

Sutter Rice Company and Sutter Buttes

Sutter Rice Company and Sutter Buttes
2 May 2010
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Sutter County, named after John Sutter, lies in the heart of the agricultural Sacramento Valley forty miles north of the city of Sacramento. Vast tracts of rice, almonds, walnuts, prunes, peaches, wheat, and row crops are irrigated by the Feather, Yuba and Sacramento Rivers. Except for the Sutter Buttes and the grain storage silos, Sutter County is absolutely flat. On a clear day, you can see the Coastal Range to the west and the Sierra Nevada to the east.

The 2010 Census counted 94,737 people in Sutter County with 64,925 (68.5%) residing in the county seat, Yuba City.


 
Name Address City Year Authority ID Sort Address Sort Name
Fremont ExpeditionPass Road East of Kellogg RoadSutterPOIPassFremont Expedition
Hock Farm MarkerUS 99 at Messick RoadSouth of Yuba City1841California346099-00Hock Farm Marker
Hock Farm SiteGarden Highway at Messick RoadSouth of Yuba City1841POIGardenHock Farm Site
Live Oak Historic Commercial DistrictBroadway Between Pennington and ElmLive Oak1878National1997001657Broadway 01Live Oak Historic Commercial District
Live Oak Railroad DepotBroadway at ElmLive Oak1876POIBroadway 00Live Oak Railroad Depot
Masonic Temple Corner Stone 2nd Street and B StreetYuba CityPOI Street 02Masonic Temple Corner Stone
Mosburg Building739 Plumas StreetYuba CityPOIPlumasMosburg Building
Sam Brannan ParkGray Avenue in Sam Brannan ParkYuba City1849POIGraySam Brannan Park
Teegarden House 731 Plumas StreetYuba CityPOIPlumasTeegarden House
Thompson Seedless Grape Site9001 Colusa HighwaySutter1875California929ColusaThompson Seedless Grape Site
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