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Mary Fields was born sometime around 1812 & was born a Slave in Hickman County, TN. She was the first African American woman and the second American woman to be employed as a mail carrier with the United States Postal Service. Mary was hired by the U.S. Postal Service because she was able to hitch a team of six horses to a Stagecoach faster than anyone other applicant. She earned the nickname “Stagecoach Mary” because of her reliability even in inclement weather that caused her to walk up t

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Voters in the EU referendum 'told to vote for Remain in postal vote guide', prompting protests from Brexiteers

Voters are being sent postal ballots with a guide that strongly suggests they should vote to for Britain to remain in the European Union, prompting furious complaints from anti-EU campaigners.

Referendum voting papers sent to some EU nationals by mistake

Electoral Commission says ‘systems issue’ led to postal vote and polling cards being sent to unknown number of people not eligible to vote

More than 10,000 employees to cast votes by postal ballots this election

Election 2015: Labour and Green candidates left off postal ballots

Postal vote: More than 480 postal ballot papers have been sent out without the names of the Green and Labour Party candidates.