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1885 Divisions of Cass County

When Cass County was first opened for settlement there was an immediate response. The area increased in population rapidly. A number of towns never went beyond the paper stage....Filing of papers. Other towns were rapidly formed and survived for several years. The ability to attract a rail line was the basis for survival of those towns.

In the year 1885 there were 12 Precincts of Cass County.

PrecinctsPost Offices
Salt CreekGreenwood
South BendSouth Bend
LouisvilleLouisville
Eight Mile GroveCedar Creek, *Concord
PlattsmouthPlattsmouth
Greenwoodnone
Elmwood*Mainland, *Luella, *Bushberry
Center*Eight Mile Grove
Mt. Pleasant*Center Valley
Rock Bluff*Three Groves, Eight Mile Grove
Tipton*Andrusville, *Sunlight
Stove CreekElmwood
Weeping Water*Eight Mile,*Victoria
Avoca*Center Valley, Avoca
Liberty*Mt. Pleasant, Union, Nehawka, *Union Mills, *Factoryville

*Towns that never prospered and eventually went away.

I think that we can accept the fact that all of the towns now existing in Cass county had a Post Office in this time period and there were other post offices mentioned at various times.
Official State Atlas of NE, Everts and Kirk, 1885.


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