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Columbia, Maine
 (April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876)
(June 13, 1876 to November 30, 1906)
The Columbia 1796 to 1876 office was formerly known as Pleasant River,
and was renamed Columbia Falls
Columbia, Maine (open April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876), December 16, 1845, manuscript town mark, paid 5¢ for distance less than 300 miles to Machias, Maine.
Columbia, Maine (open April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876), September 12, no year date, but circa 1851-56, paid 3¢ for distance less than 3,000 miles to Lubec, Maine.

Columbia, Maine (open April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876), August 14, no year date, but circa 1852-57, 3¢ dull red 1851 pays the 3¢ rate for distance less than 3,000 miles to Bath, Maine.

Columbia, Maine (open April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876), July 1, no year date but circa 1862-68, 3¢ 1861 rose pays the domestic rate to Hampstead, New Hampshire.

Columbia, Maine (open April 4, 1796 to May 11, 1876), Sept 16, no year date but circa 1862-68, 3¢ rose 1861 pays the domestic rate to Bucksport, Maine.
Columbia, Maine (open June 13, 1876 to November 30, 1906), May 18, 1889, 2¢ green 1887 pays the domestic letter rate to Columbia Falls, Maine. 
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