“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cass County, North Dakota

Clickable Map of Cass County, North Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cass County, ND (11) Barnes County, ND (14) Ransom County, ND (11) Richland County, ND (18) Steele County, ND (1) Traill County, ND (2) Clay County, MN (9) Norman County, MN (1)  CassCounty(11) Cass County (11)  BarnesCounty(14) Barnes County (14)  RansomCounty(11) Ransom County (11)  RichlandCounty(18) Richland County (18)  SteeleCounty(1) Steele County (1)  TraillCounty(2) Traill County (2)  ClayCountyMinnesota(9) Clay County (9)  NormanCounty(1) Norman County (1)
Fargo is the county seat for Cass County
Adjacent to Cass County, North Dakota
      Barnes County (14)  
      Ransom County (11)  
      Richland County (18)  
      Steele County (1)  
      Traill County (2)  
      Clay County, Minnesota (9)  
      Norman County, Minnesota (1)  
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1 North Dakota, Cass County, Buffalo — Sibley Trail
August 16, 1863, General Sibley marched over this spot with 3400 soldiers on his return after driving the Indians across the Missouri River.Map (db m169803) HM
2 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, Downtown — Gasoline Horsepower
When autos appeared in the 1890s, only the wealthy could afford to buy them. But by the 1920s assembly lines made cars affordable for the middle class, and sales soared. At the end of the decade there were 25 million cars on the road and U.S. . . . Map (db m100837) HM
3 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, Downtown — Replica of the Statue of Liberty
[2020 marker] This replica Statue of Liberty was commissioned by Industrial Builders, the company that built the Veterans Memorial Bridge, to replace the statue originally donated in 1950 to The City of Fargo by the Boy . . . Map (db m209100) HM WM
4 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, Downtown — Site Where Generals Grant & Sheridan StoppedSeptember 4th, 1883
This tablet marks the site where Generals Grant and Sheridan stopped September 4th 1883, with a party enroute west to drive the Golden Spike which completed the Northern Pacific Railroad.Map (db m209097) HM
5 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, Downtown — 'The Next Great City'
Moorhead and Fargo were platted when the Northern Pacific railroad arrived at the Red River in 1871 less than one block north of here.The towns grew up at this intersection of river and rail. Steamboats traveling the shallow Red River stopped . . . Map (db m100836) HM
6 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, Downtown — 18 — Votes For WomenRoad to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
N.D. Votes For Women League Office on third floor of Delendrecie Bldg. 1912-1918. Suffragists worked here for voting rights for women.Map (db m205236) HM
7 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, West Acres — "The Woodchipper" in FARGO
Welcome to Fargo-Moorhead's most notorious photo op! This is a "stunt double" for the equipment used in a key concluding scene of the movie FARGO. Feel free to pose for a picture and share your experience online. Step inside the FM . . . Map (db m102057) HM
8 North Dakota, Cass County, Fargo, West Acres — The Fargo Walk of Fame
Founded in 1989 by Fargo printer, Mike Stevens, the walk of fame was originally located on the city sidewalks of Mike's print shop, Express Press, in downtown Fargo. It was moved to the current site during the summer of 2000. The first inductee . . . Map (db m102055) HM
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9 North Dakota, Cass County, Leonard — The Maple Creek Crossing Historic Site
The Maple Creek crossing at old Watson was probably used as early as 1825 by Selkirk colonists moving from Pembina area to Fort Snelling. They were followed in 1843 by the fur brigades of Kittson and Rolette. Major Woods crossed here in 1849, . . . Map (db m175424) HM
10 North Dakota, Cass County, West Fargo, Riverside — North Dakota Jewry
Jews have been part of North Dakota's social, economic, agricultural and political life since territorial days. Between the 1880's and the 1920's, aided by the Jewish Agricultural and Industrial Society, primarily Russian and Romanian Jews came to . . . Map (db m134335) HM
11 North Dakota, Cass County, Wild Rice — The First Prestressed Concrete Bridge Deck Constructed in North DakotaBuilt - 1953
Cass County Board of Commissioners H. Eklund - Chairman I. Sandbeck - L. Younker L. Sutton - W. Bailey County Engineer - A. Cousins Built By Jardine Bridge Co., Inc. Fargo, North Dakota Historic Bridge The above plaque was taken . . . Map (db m91441) HM
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Dec. 1, 2023