1906 August 4, 4th Class Post Office established as Coram, Shasta County, California. Named for Joseph A. Coram, part owner of the Balaklala Mine and Smelter Company. Coram was located 2 1/2 miles north of Copley.
1906 August 4, Henry W. Brown, First Postmaster.
1912 March 21, George S.Bolles, Postmaster.
1912 October 17, William H. Carroll, Postmaster.
1913 December 4, Harry B. Wilson, Postmaster.
1915 July 1, George S. Ferguson, Postmaster.
1917 June 18, Freeman B. Cullom, Postmaster.
1922 April 29, Coram Post Office discontinued and service moved to Kennett.