Otahite Post Office
Otahite community was
Native American outpost along the Indian trails of northwest
As white settlers began to move into the area, Otahite’s role in frontier history gained prominence. The community served postal, trading, travel and communication needs of the pioneers. There was an inn and stagecoach station, as well as, the post office. Major paths and trails extended out in several directions from Otahite. I’ll bet you thought that stagecoaches were only in cowboy movies, didn’t you!