Historic Sites In Gridley, CA


Gridley Museum

The Gridley Museum is housed in the Veatch Building. The museum collects, preserves exhibits and interprets artifacts, photographs and other documents which pertain to the cultural heritage of Gridley and Butte County, including early rice farming and early orchards.

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Gridley-Biggs Cemetery

This World War II Memorial honors all American veterans and carries the picture and story of area native Warren McCutcheon on the nine-foot tall black granite slab. McCutcheon, who was 17 at the time, is believed to have been the first casualty of the bombing at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

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Bicentennial Living Witness Tree & Mural Musings

There are only 55 trees identified in the nation as having been standing at the time of the signing of the Constitution. One of those, a Valley Oak, stands in Live Oak.

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