Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 11:05AM
Jo Giessner

1910 April 20, 4th Class Post Office established as Omira, Lassen, California located 3 miles northeast of Long Valley. The story goes that the Western Pacific Railroad Company named the location for a woman who promised to build a church for the community if the site was named for her.

Stella M. Stiles, First Postmaster.

1911 January 21, Post Office discontinued.

1915 July 21, Post Office re-established with George B. Shaver, Postmaster.

1918 June 29, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Constantia.


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