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During the history of the town of Livermore, there have been six post offices.
Briefly, the history of these six is as follows:
1. East Livermore post office was established on 8 October 1822 and is still operating.
2. The former Brown’s Mills post office [town = ?] was renamed on 19 January 1872 as East Livermore Mills post office, which operated as such until closing on 15 February 1912.
3. Livermore post office was established on 1 April 1807 and is still operating.
4. Livermore Center post office opened on 21 June 1839 and closed on 15 February 1911.
5. North Livermore post office was established on 5 May 1824 and was renamed on 3 January 1960 as North Livermore Rur. Sta. Livermore Falls, which closed on 31 December 1964.
6. South Livermore post office opened on 19 August 1856, closed on 7 May 1858, re-opened on 24 May 1858, and closed on 30 June 1911.
In 1914, there were three post offices in Livermore: East Livermore, Livermore, and North Livermore. (source: Post Route Map of the State of Maine 1914)
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