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Country Post: Rural Postal Service in Canada, 1880 to 1945 Paperback – Jan 1 2004

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Chantal Amyot has worked with the Canadian Postal Museum since 1988 and is currently an exhibition manager at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. John Willis is a historian with the Canadian Postal Museum and Canadian Museum of Civilization.

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Important history of the role of the post office Sept. 29 2007
By Terence M. Hines - Published on
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Historians have given much too little attention to the role of the post office in the development of nationhood, both in Canada and the United States. This excellent book begins to correct this error for Canada. It describes the vital role the post office played in bringing the country togather. In fact, it would have been impossible to have a nation of any size without a postal service.