California Historical Landmarks in Tulare County

California Historical Landmark 389
Kaweah Post Office
43795 North Fork Drive

Kaweah Post Office

The Kaweah cooperative colony was a utopian project started in 1886. For several years it attracted international attention, many settlers came here and actually did much to further their ideals. Unable to secure title to the land, and experiencing internal difficulties, the organization ceased to exist after 1892, leaving the Kaweah Post Office as one of its tangible reminders.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

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