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1863 July 22, Post Office established as Cahto, Mendocino, California, located 3 miles southwest of Laytonville. "Cahto" is a Pomo Indian word meaning swampy condition of the land.

Robert White, First Postmaster.

1897 October 1, John Williams, Postmaster.

1899 March 1, William F. Wade, Postmaster.

1900 August 22, Luther Redemeyer, Postmaster.

1901 December 31, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Laytonville.

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