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A close relative of the T. Rex, the Daspletosaurus is literally a "frightful lizard"! Copyright United States Postal Service. All rights reserved.

Think "socialist" programs are un-American? That's fine. Just give up your Social Security, Medicare, stop driving on public roads and highways, take your kids our of public schools, never call the police or fire department, don't use the Postal service, don't flush you toilet into the sewer system...Oh, and get off of the Internet, 'cuz the U.S. government created that too!

United States, 1998 - This attractive stamp, designed by Derry Noyes, celebrates American Ballet. It was issued by the United States on September 16, 1998.

Forest Conservation, designed by U.S. Forest Service employee Rudolph "Rudy" Andreas Michael Wendelin (1910�2000), and issued on October 27, 1958

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Mary "Stagecoach Mary" Fields. Born c. 1812, a slave who became the first African American woman to be employed as a mail carrier by the US Postal Service because she was able to hitch a team of six horses to a stagecoach faster than any other applicant. Known as "Stagecoach Mary" because of her reliability to walk ten miles in any weather to the mail depot, and the fact that she never missed a day of work.

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Loving this US Postal Service party!!

The Postal Service issued 33-cent Love: Victorian Hearts and 55-cent Love: Victorian Hearts special stamps on January 28, 1999, in Loveland, Colorado.

The Israeli postal service sorts over 2 million pieces of mail daily, and inevitably some of those letters come addressed to God. Rather than consign the letters to bins of undeliverable mail, letters addressed to God are collected and deposited at the Western Wall a few times a year. Postal authorities consider the letters private conversations with God and do not open them. Letters come from all corners of the globe

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George S. Bangs is credited with starting"The Fast Mail", his grave is located in Rosehill Cemetery on Chicago's northside

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National bird-feeding month

Song Bird Stamps are just one way to celebrate your love of birds. Get some ideas at the Wild Bird Journal.

You kidding me? 46 cent Forever Stamp. Apparently they think that putting hearts and butterflies on the new stamp will make most people not realize that the rest is Arabic and NOT something we want to support. The second MUSLIM one!! Celebrates a Muslim holiday. President Obama has directed the United States Postal Service To REMEMBER and HONOR the EID MUSLIM holiday season with a new commemorative 46 Cent First Class Holiday Postage Stamp. REMEMBER: Adamantly and vocally BOYCOTT this stamp

Document the voyage of postal mail! Over at Toad Haven, they sent out a package, "asking every postal worker who touched it to take a picture of the mail's journey across country." The package was sent from California to Virginia and back home again. This is a great activity for kids to learn about community helpers, as well as geography.