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Augusta post office&nbsp; operated 10 August 1871 to 11 Oct 1972, with William T. Atkeson as&nbsp; postmaster. The office was on Eagle Creek, not far from the place later called Sanger, named for Augusta Parkwood, the first unmarried woman resident. <!--{12084198219840} --> <!--{12084198219841} -->
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*Augusta post office operated 10 August 1871 to 11 Oct 1972, with William T. Atkeson as postmaster. The office was on Eagle Creek, not far from the place later called [[Sanger, Oregon|Sanger]], named for Augusta Parkwood, the first unmarried woman resident.
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  • Augusta post office operated 10 August 1871 to 11 Oct 1972, with William T. Atkeson as postmaster. The office was on Eagle Creek, not far from the place later called Sanger, named for Augusta Parkwood, the first unmarried woman resident.