1881 May 21, San Francisco Bulletin -" At Deadwood, Trinity County, a clean-up was lately made in the Monte Christo mine realizing $2,683.25, from 28 tons of rock crushed, or at the average rate of nearly $100 to the ton."~
1886 January 7, 4th Class Post Office established as Deadwood, Trinity, California, located 6 miles northeast of Lewiston. Named for dead trees along the creek. Was an 1851 gold camp.
Isaac Diener, First Postmaster.
1887 August 26, Henry W. Leonard, Postmaster.
1895 July 2, Johannes Petersen, Postmaster.
1896 November 19, Charles E. Goodyear, Postmaster.
1898 June 20, Oliver S. Hobart, Postmaster.
1902 June 20, Charles Paulsen, Postmaster.
1904 August 27, William T. Sheridan, Postmaster.
1905 January 30, Arthur E. Paulsen, Postmaster.
1907 February 10, San Jose Mercury News- The recent heavy storms have caused considerable damage to the roads in this vicinity and traveling is almost impossible. Since the accident to the stage from Redding, which occurred on the Deadwood grade last Wednesday evening, Volney L. Fox, the contractor has refused to carry passengers on the mail coaches until the roads are in better condition, and that of course will not be until the storm is over.~
1910 November 30, William Kesler, Postmaster.
1915 May 15, Post Office discontinued and service moved to French Gulch, Shasta County.