“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Buttonwillow, California

Clickable Map of Kern County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Kern County, CA (315) Inyo County, CA (115) Kings County, CA (7) Los Angeles County, CA (1290) San Bernardino County, CA (299) San Luis Obispo County, CA (95) Santa Barbara County, CA (121) Tulare County, CA (81) Ventura County, CA (151)  KernCounty(315) Kern County (315)  InyoCounty(115) Inyo County (115)  KingsCounty(7) Kings County (7)  LosAngelesCounty(1290) Los Angeles County (1290)  SanBernardinoCounty(299) San Bernardino County (299)  SanLuisObispoCounty(95) San Luis Obispo County (95)  SantaBarbaraCounty(121) Santa Barbara County (121)  TulareCounty(81) Tulare County (81)  VenturaCounty(151) Ventura County (151)
Bakersfield is the county seat for Kern County
Buttonwillow is in Kern County
      Kern County (315)  
      Inyo County (115)  
      Kings County (7)  
      Los Angeles County (1290)  
      San Bernardino County (299)  
      San Luis Obispo County (95)  
      Santa Barbara County (121)  
      Tulare County (81)  
      Ventura County (151)  
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1California, Kern County, Buttonwillow — 492 — Buttonwillow TreeCalifornia Historical Landmark
On Buttonwillow Drive, 0.5 miles north of California Highway 58, on the left when traveling north.
A lone tree landmark on an old trans-valley trail. It was an ancient Yokuts Indian meeting place, later a location for white stock rodeos. Miller and Lux established their headquarters and store here about 1885. The town of Buttonwillow takes its . . . Map (db m50251) HM
2California, Kern County, Buttonwillow — Tule Elk State ReserveA California State Park
Near Station Road, 0.2 miles west of Morris Road, on the left when traveling west.
Back From the Brink of Extinction Half a million tule elk once roamed the marshes and grasslands of California. The Gold Rush began an era of commercial hunting and agricultural practices that decimated the elk and their . . . Map (db m184928) HM
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Feb. 6, 2023