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Who is the first postmaster general?


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In 1775, the Continental Congress appointed Benjamin Franklin Postmaster General. Franklin had previously served in that post under the Crown. He was followed by his son-in-law, Richard Bache, and Ebenezer Hazard. The first Postmaster General of the new United States of America was Samuel Osgood.

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