Isaac and Amy Post, were radical Hicksite Quakers from Rochester, New York, involved in the struggles for abolitionism and women's rights. Among the first believers in Spiritualism, they helped to associate the young religious movement with the political ideas of the mid-nineteenth-century reform movement.
Charles William "C. W." Post (October 26, 1854 – May 9, 1914), was an American breakfast cereal and foods manufacturer and a pioneer in the prepared-food industry.
Christian Frederick Post (1710 Polish Prussia - 29 April 1785 Germantown, Pennsylvania) was a missionary of the Moravian Church to the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
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