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1885 January 26, 4th Class Post Office established as Coeur, Trinity, California located 51 miles northeast of Burnt Ranch per 1884 Postal Route Map. Named for Alexander Coeur and was a gold mining camp.

Alexander Coeur, First Postmaster.

1887 November 5, John A. McLeod, Postmaster.

1888 October 12, San Francisco Bulletin - Coeur, Trinity county, post office for postal notes only per the U.S. Postal Department.

1891 October 26, Charles S. Ellis, Postmaster.

1896 October 31, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Denny.

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