Cass County, Minnesota

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Cass is a county in Minnesota. It was formed in Dakota/Pembina/Mahkato/Wahnahta (abolished 1876)*Benton/*Stearns/*Crow Wing/*Morrison from the following county/ies: 1896. Cass began keeping birth records in 1897, marriage records in 1896, and death records in 1864. It began keeping land records in 1897, probate records in 1888, and court records in . For more information, contact the county at 1851 (1872) (1897). On the attached map, Cass is located at D3. Disestablished 1876; became part of Crow Wing; reorganized, 1897.

For information about the state of Minnesota see Minnesota Family History Research.

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