Partial cancelled Frederiksted February 7 1903 - before the first day of authorized use on St. Croix.
As mentioned earlier - the first day of biscected on St.Thomas (and St. Jan) was January 20 and on St.Croix February 11.
Covers canceled on February 11 are extremely rare and the St. Croix post offices were sold out of 1 cent stamps about
that date. The initial philatelic reaction observed at St.Thomas did not repeat itself on St.Croix. Three weeks had passed - and many covers had been mailed from St.Thomas - so the interest were likely to have dwindled.
Christiansted and Frederiksted
both had smaller populations (approximately 1000 each) with lesser business activities as compared to St. Thomas - and only 20 percent of all the bisect covers were canceled on St. Croix.
Two St.Croix families, Woods and Armstrong accounted for approximately
half of all the St.Croix covers. They also had many covers mailed from St.Thomas.
A total of 51 covers (part of the study material) with St.Croix postmarks were indexed, and 8 were addressed to someone named Woods and 19 to someone named Armstrong.