Indiana became a United States of America constituent state on December 11, 1816. It is the 19th state. The government stays true to its motto, "the crossroads of America," as it borders Ohio to the east, Michigan to the north, lake Michigan, Illinois to the west, and Kentucky to the south.
Indiana got its name from "the land of the Indians," as the Native American tribes intensely occupied it. The state has 92 counties and ten cities, with the state's capital as Indianapolis since 1825. the state's nickname is Hoosier state.
Indiana's postal code IN. Indiana's one of the first post office was in the small community of Santa Claus in 1856. The post office was named Santa Fe, but the USPS rejected the name. Therefore, Santa Claus became the post office's name. The Santa Claus post office became a phenomenal historic structure for the USA, as in 1914, its postmaster started to receive Christmas letters to Santa.
The Santa Claus post office answered the mails and sent them to the senders. Currently, the Santa Claus post office work of answering Christmas mails is done by the Santa Elves Incorporation and the Santa Claus Museum's volunteers. The post office made Christmas a special moment for Americans to date; the post office offers Christmas themed postmarks.
Another ancient post office in Indiana is the Austin post office. It was established in 1854. this post office did not have a postmaster from the year 1972 but a postmistress!
Presently, there are 700 post offices in Indiana, of which 44 are currently operational from 7:30 am to 7 pm on Mondays through Fridays ad on Saturdays from 7:30 am to 3 pm. Post offices have eased Indiana residents' lives more comfortable.
Tenants can pay their rent by mailing cheques to the Indiana post offices. Moreover, the post offices hire a significant number of the Indiana population. Tracking of mails and packages is now easy, as all Indiana residents need to look up the mail's information on the USPS website.