Abrams > Dorleska 
Friday, November 16, 2012 at 11:39AM
Jo Giessner

1895, James Abrams operated a trading post approximately 20 miles west of Carrville and 21 miles east of Cecilville in 1850. It wasn't until 12 February 1895 that a Post Office was established with James Mather as first Postmaster and then discontinued by the end of the year. Re-established 18 August 1896 the P O was then moved 6 miles south on 8 November 1901. Discontinued on 9 October 1902, the name was changed to Dorleska.

1895 October 8, Robert G. Abrams, postmaster.

1902, Dorleska came in as a name change for Abrams on 9 October 1902 and operated until 30 November 1916 when it moved to Coffee.

Dorleska assumed the name of the Dorleska Mine discovered in 1897.

Matthew H. Macllvaine was the first Postmaster.~

1912 July 6, Robert G. Abrams, Postmaster of Dorleska, Trinity, California.

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