Old Washington Post Office

Washington had the distinction of being the distributing office of the whole Northwest Territory, consequently was the first Post Office in Kentucky, and sent out mail to seven states. Records show that quarterly returns were made by the Washington post office October 1, 1794, by one Thomas Sloo. Edward Harris, Grandfather of General Albert Sidney Johnston, was appointed the second postmaster by President Washington.

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Location of Original Post Office

Current Post Office