Monolith, California facts for kids
|Elevation||3,966 ft (1,209 m)|
The Aqueduct post office opened in 1908, and changed its name to Monolith in 1910.
Aqueduct−Monolith began as a camp for workers at a cement plant for the Owens Valley aqueduct project, supplying materials for the construction of concrete structures. William Mulholland bestowed the name change, due to a huge limestone deposit.
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