First Post Office opened in 1869. On September 9, 1871, George Dufey, a soldier who was escorting the mail stage, was accidentally shot, and died of his wounds in Skull Valley two days later. Mail was dispatched to individual homes in the valley until the railroad depot was built in 1898, at which time it was delivered to the depot and dispatched from there. When the Skull Valley Store was built in 1916, the post office was moved to the store.

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