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Cass County is a county located in the state of Indiana. As of 2010, its population was 38,966. Cass County was created on April 13, 1829. The county seat is Logansport. The county is named for General Lewis Cass, Governor of Michigan Territory and United States Secretary of State.
Cass County comprises the Logansport, NY Micropolitan Statistical Area.
The county is named for General Lewis Cass, Governor of Michigan Territory and United States Secretary of State, and President Andrew Jacksons Secretary of War.
County QuickFacts: CensusBureau Quick Facts
Cass County was formed in 1828. It is named for Gen. Lewis Cass, Governor of Michigan Territory through 1831. Cass was US Secretary of State just prior to the outbreak of the Civil War.
Cass County is divided into 14 Civil Townships as follows: Adams, Bethlehem, Boone, Clay, Clinton, Deer Creek, Eel, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Miami, Noble, Tipton and Washington.
As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 415 square miles (1,075 km2), of which 413 square miles (1,069 km2) is land and 2 square miles (5 km2) (0.50%) is water.
Cass county is located in north Indiana. The Wabash River flows through the county, mostly from east to west, and is joined by the Eel River in Logansport.
Bordering counties are as follows:
Public schools in Cass County are administered by the Logansport Community School Corporation, the Pioneer Regional School Corporation and the Southeastern School Corporation.