Teton
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Title:Teton
History:Teton Post Office was established on April 19, 1906 in Uinta County prior to the formation of Teton County. Thadeous S. Kaufman was the first postmaster. It was discontinued on September 15, 1925 after which its mail was handled by the Wilson Post Office. (Wyoming Post Offices) A postoffice in Uinta County (prior to the formation of Teton County). Stockraising the principal industry. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1910-11) Postoffice in Sublette County (prior to the formation of Teton County), 12 miles north of Jackson, the county seat and nearest banking point, and 35 miles from Victor, Idaho the nearest railroad point. Stock raising is the principal industry. Altitude 6,600 feet. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1922)
County:Teton
Feature Category:Manmade Features
Origin Of Name:Teton Post Office was established on April 19, 1906 in Uinta County prior to the formation of Teton County. Thadeous S. Kaufman was the first postmaster. It was discontinued on September 15, 1925 after which its mail was handled by the Wilson Post Office. (Wyoming Post Offices) A postoffice in Uinta County (prior to the formation of Teton County). Stockraising the principal industry. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1910-11) Postoffice in Sublette County (prior to the formation of Teton County), 12 miles north of Jackson, the county seat and nearest banking point, and 35 miles from Victor, Idaho the nearest railroad point. Stock raising is the principal industry. Altitude 6,600 feet. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1922)
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Document ID:11142000

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