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Sutter

[suht-er, soo-ter] /ˈsʌt ər, ˈsu tər/
noun
1.
John Augustus, 1803–80, U.S. frontiersman: owner of Sutter's Mill.
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  • Sutter went to California from Missouri, and acquired a principality in size and value, and was the first settler.

    The Awakening of the Desert Julius C. Birge
  • While Sutter looked on with apprehensive eyes, he began to tinker with the wiring.

    Made in Tanganyika Carl Richard Jacobi
  • Captain Sutter left Scotland only a month ago: he has very kindly and promptly sent us a present of newspapers and potatoes.

    In the Arctic Seas Francis Leopold McClintock
  • On discussing the subject with him Sutter found he did not know the first thing about them.

    Made in Tanganyika Carl Richard Jacobi
  • The crowds that thronged the gold regions dug up the country for miles around Sutter's mill.

    The Story of American History Albert F. Blaisdell

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