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Cass County dates back to the days of the Dakota Territory. It was one of the original counties defined in 1872, and was organized on October 27, 1873, at a meeting in Fargo. It is named in honor of a railroad executive George Washington Cass with Fargo being the county seat.
 

Cass County Court House

Located in Fargo

 

 
Cities of Cass County are as follows:

Fargo
West Fargo 
Horace 
Casselton
Mapleton
Harwood
Kindred
Reile's Acres
Argusville
Arthur

Oxbow 
Hunter
Tower City
Davenport
Page
Leonard
Frontier
Buffalo
Grandin
Amenia

Gardner
Briarwood
Prairie Rose
North River
Alice
Ayr
 
Census-designated places are Erie and Wheatland, other communities is the one of Absaraka.

The Townships of Cass County are those as follows:
Addison
Amenia
Arthur
Ayr
Barnes
Bell
Berlin
Buffalo
Casselton
Chaffee
Clifton
Cornell
Davenport
Dows
Durbin
Eldred
Empire
Erie
Everest
Fargo
Gardner
Gill
Gunkel
Harmony
Harwood
Highland
Hill
Howes
Hunter
Kinyon
Lake
Leonard
Maple River
Mapleton
Noble
Normanna
Page
Pleasant
Pontiac
Raymond
Reed
Rich
Rochester
Rush River
Stanley
Tower
Walburg
Warren
Watson
Wheatland
Wiser

 

On Line Data

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Adjacent Counties
Traill County (north)
Norman County, Minnesota (northeast)
Clay County, Minnesota (east)
Richland County (southeast)
Ransom County (southwest)
Barnes County (west)
Steele County (northwest)

 

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