population 162, on Glenn Highway, 11 mi. NE of Palmer, Cook Inlet Low.
RR. station and siding on the Matanuska Branch of The Alaska RR. founded about 1918. The Sutton post office was established in 1948 (Ricks, 1965, p. 63).
Barbel Lake, Burkholder Lake, Butte Lake, Coyote Lake, Elks Lake, Falks Lake, Finger Lakes, Gull Lake, Jim Lake, Kleinsmith Lake, Leaf Lake, Ruby Lake, Seventeenmile Lake, Slipper Lake, Swan Lake, Wishbone Lake, Wolverine Lake,
3 Bell Spire, Arkose Peak, Crag, Dewlap Peak, Doublemint, Frontier Peak, Hunchback Spire, Managemint, Neltura, Ozone, Peppermint, Souvenir Peak, Spearmint, Teeny Weene, Telemint, Tenemint, Triplemint, Troublemint, Vegetarian Peak,
Bodenburg Creek, Buffalo Creek, Doone Creek, Eska Creek, Gloryhole Creek, Granite Creek, Iron Creek, Jim Creek, Knob Creek, Little Granite Creek, McRoberts Creek, Moose Creek, Palmer Creek, Premier Creek, West Fork Young Creek, Wolverine Creek, Young Creek,