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Postal History 1960 – 2000s
1960s
1960 July – Katanga secedes from Congo, issues stamps until 1961.
1960 1 October – UK trust territory of the Cameroons issues stamps, in use into 1961.
1961 1 October – Independent Cameroon issues its first stamps.
1962 April – Bhutan issues its first stamps.
1962 1 July – Burundi issues its first stamps.
1963 – United States introduces the ZIP Code.
1963 1 February – British Antarctic Territory issues its first stamps.
1963 12 December – Kenya issues its first stamps.
1964 – First stamps issued by independent Republic of Malta.
1964 30 March – Abu Dhabi issues its first stamps.
1964 20 June – Ajman issues its first stamps.
1966 30 September – first stamps of Botswana
1966 2 December – first stamps of independent Barbados
1966 – United States ends its postal savings system.
1967 21 August – first stamps of Afars and Issas
1967 4 September – first stamps of Anguilla
1968 17 January – first stamps of British Indian Ocean Territory
1968 19 November – first regular stamps of Barbuda
1968 – United States initiates priority mail as a type of first-class mail.
1970s
1970 – United States passes Postal Reorganization Act, which changed the postal service from a government department to a corporation owned by the government.
1970 – United States initiates experimental express mail service, makes it permanent in 1977.
1971 – United States Postal Service begins operation as a corporation.
1971 1 April – Canadian six-character postal codes introduced.
1971 29 July – Bangladesh issues its first stamps.
1973 1 June – Belize issues its first stamps.
1974 – United States ends its use of highway post offices.
1975 11 November – first stamp of independent Angola
1975 8 December – first stamps of renamed Benin
1976 1 January – first stamps of Tuvalu, formerly the Ellice Islands.
1976 1 January – first stamps of the Gilbert Islands (changed to Kiribati in 1979)
1977 30 June – United States ends use of railroad post offices.
1978 – United States begins to copyright postage stamps and other philatelic items.
1979 12 July – first stamps of Kiribati, formerly the Gilbert Islands.
1979 – Canal Zone transferred to Panama along with postal service.
1980s
1982 – United States introduces E-COM, an electronic message service.
1983 – United States introduces ZIP + 4.
1984 21 November – first stamps of Burkina Faso
1985 – Jackie Strange, first female Deputy US Postmaster General
1985 – United States terminates E-COM service.
1986 1 January – first stamps of Aruba
1990s
1992 20 March – Belarus issues its first stamps.
1992 26 March – Azerbaijan resumes issuing stamps.
1992 – Kazakhstan issues its first stamps.
1994 28 January – Canada issues the world’s first 2 part customizable greetings stamps.
2000s
2000, 28 December – Canada issues the world’s first 2 part personalized photo stamps, called “Picture Postage”.
2007, 12 April – USPS issues a non-denominated stamp called the forever stamp
2011, 13 July – newly independent South Sudan issues its first postage stamps.
2015, 1 February -Megan Brennan appointed first female US Postmaster General