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Ash Grove, Missouri
Ash Grove, MO
About Cassville, MO Cassville was platted in 1845. The community was named after Lewis Cass. A post office has been in operation at Cassville since 1845. The city was connected by rail via the Cassville & Exeter Railroad from July 4, 1896 to September 11, 1956. The Cassville Ranger Station Historic District, Natural Bridge Archeological Site, and six sites in Roaring River State Park are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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