Twenty-nine Koreshans and their descendants were buried near the banks of the Estero River. Believing in reincarnation, their coffins were flimsy, their burial plots poorly documented.
The remote graveyard, now under the ownership of The Florida Audubon Society, comprises 11 acres off Broadway near the Estero River. Now overgrown and difficult to find without the assistance of a park ranger, members of the Estero
Historical Society have been lobbying to have a path constructed through the cemetery for visitors.
With the Audubon Society not eager to take on the liability of creating a pathway though the cemetery, the Historical Society was unsure what to do.
Koreshan Koreshan graveyard Estero River Florida Audobon Society Estero Florida Historical Society Liz Ernst
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