- Enterprise, Butte County, California
Enterprise — Former settlement — Coordinates: Country United States State California County Butte County Elevation 902 ft (275 m)
Enterprise (formerly, Mountain Spring) is a former settlement in Butte County, California. It was located 5 miles (8.0 km) west-northwest of Forbestown on the South Fork of the Feather River, at an elevation of 902 feet (275 m). In 1948, it was inundated by Lake Oroville.
A post office operated at Enterprise from 1878 to 1926, with a brief closure in 1903. The town was founded in 1852 as Mountain Spring and used as a construction camp. Its later economy was based on being a supply center for the mining operations nearby, especially near Bidwell's Bar. The mining town of Yankee Flat was located 5 miles (8.0 km) southeast of Enterprise.
- ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Enterprise, Butte County, California
- ^ a b c d Durham, David L. (1998). California's Geographic Names: A Gazetteer of Historic and Modern Names of the State. Quill Driver Books. p. 232. ISBN 9781884995149.
- ^ Miller, Donald C. (1978). Ghost Towns of California. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing Company. p. 62. ISBN 0871085178.
Municipalities and communities of Butte County, California Cities and towns CDPs
Bangor | Berry Creek | Butte Creek Canyon | Butte Meadows | Butte Valley | Cherokee | Clipper Mills | Cohasset | Concow | Durham | Forbestown | Forest Ranch | Honcut | Kelly Ridge | Magalia | Nord | Oroville East | Palermo | Rackerby | Richvale | Robinson Mill | South Oroville | Stirling City | Thermalito | Yankee Hill
Anita | Barber | Big Bar | Big Bend | Blavo | Brush Creek | Camp Eighteen | Cana | Centerville | Chapmantown | Craig | Cresta | Dayton | Deadwood | DeSabla | Dodge Place | Dodgeland | East Biggs | East Gridley | Elsey | Esquon | Fagan | Feather Falls | Helltown | Hughes Place | Hurleton | Inskip | Irish Town | James | Jonesville | Junction House | Kister | Kramm | Lomo | Lovelock | Lumpkin | Mayaro | Merrills Landing | Merrimac | Mineral Slide | Nelson | Nelsons Crossing | Nimshew | Oak Grove | Old Forbestown | Oregon City | Oroleve | Oroville Junction | Paradise Pines | Parkhill | Peachton | Pentz | Poe | Powellton | Pulga | Ramada | Rancho Llano Seco | Riceton | Richardson Springs | Robinsons Corner | Roble | Rogerville | Shippee | Stirling Junction | Sunnyslope | The Pines | Toadtown | Vista Robles | Wicks Corner | Wyandotte
Appleton | Avon | Bagdad | Bauka | Bayu | Berdan | Bidwell | Bidwell's Bar | Big Ripples | Blinzing | Bloomer | Brush | Butte Creek | Center Ville | Chandon | Channel | Chardon | Clear Creek | Colbys Landing | Coutolenc | Craig | Crouch | David | Dawlytown | Diamondville | Dredge | Enterprise | Eskini | Evans | Evansville | Flea Valley | Gimbal | Gold Lake | Greenland | Gridley Colony Number One | Gridley Colony Number Two | Hamilton | Haselbusch | Hawk Ravine | Hokomo | Holhoto | Honcut City | Hume | Hylandville | Intake | Isaiah | Johnson | Kalkalya | Kulaiapto | Land | Las Plumas | Lava Beds | Long's Bar | Lorraine | Losee | Luce | Lynchburg | Martinsburgh | McKay Meadow | Michopdo | Mill City | Millers Ranch | Mortimer | Moseley | Mulberry | Neals Diggins | Nelson Bar | New Blinzing | Oak Arbor | Ololopa | Omit Bar | Optimo | Oregon Bar | Orloff | Ostrander | Otaki | Pacific Heights | Paki | Paradise Flat | Phillips Corner | Pipers | Platts | Pond | Potter's Bar | Powellton Meadow | Quartz | Richland | Rio Seco | Rock Creek | Savona | Soto | South Fork | Speedway | Stanwood | Summit | Sundale | Sunusi | Swayne | Swedes Flat | Sycamore Crossing | Tadoiko | Taikus | Tarr's Ranch | Tilden | Tolle's Old Diggings | Totoma | Tsuka | Virginia Mills | Wagners | Wagstaff | Ward | West Branch | Whiskey Flat (east) | Whiskey Flat (west) | Yankee Flat | Yauko | Yuman
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