Who was the first post office mistress in the United States?

Answer The first woman postmaster, also referred to as "postmistress," was Mary Katherine Goddard. She became the first woman postmaster in 1775 for the United Colonies and then the United States. Althoug... Read More »

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Who is head of the United States post office?

As of March 15, 2010, the postmaster general and chief executive officer of the United States Postal Service was Jack E. Potter, who was sworn in as the 72nd postmaster general on June 1, 2001.Sour... Read More »

How do I contact the United States Post Office?

Call the United States postal service Mondays through Saturdays at 800-275-8777.Telecommunications Device for the Deaf/Teletypewriter (TDD/TTY) is available seven days a week, including holidays, b... Read More »

Is the United States Post Office open on Columbus Day?

The United States Postal Service (USPS) observes the federal holidays, including Columbus Day. Other federal holidays are New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, President's Day, Memoria... Read More »

Is the united states post office open on veterans day?

According to the USPS federal holiday schedule, the United States Post Office is closed on Veterans Day. Veterans Day is observed on November 11 and recognized as a national holiday. If it falls on... Read More »