NO. 492 BUTTONWILLOW TREE - This lone tree, which gave the town of Buttonwillow its name, served as a landmark on an old trans-valley trail. An ancient Yokuts Indian meeting place, it later became the site of settlers' stock rodeos. Miller and Lux established their headquarters and store here about 1885.
On Buttonwillow Dr, 0.5 mi N of State Hwy 58, Buttonwillow
CHL No. 492 Buttonwillow Tree Marker