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December 19, 2017:Added transcription of World War I Honor Roll from State Historical Society records.

December 19, 2017: Added Cady Family Photos contributed by Robert Cady Gates.

December 17, 2017:  Added two additional selections from the 1913 Industrial Edition, "The Hon. James Bruce Engaged in a Great Work", and "The Good Roads Movement".

December 14, 2017:  Added 1909-June 1921 Birth Certificate Index for Cass County courtesy of the State Historical Society of Iowa.

December 10, 2017: Added additional photos contributed by Carl Malone to the Family Photos section, including Cecil and Dorothy Malone, Zelma Wardrip, Joseph and Maria Karwal and Albert T. Harris.

December 6, 2017: Added transcriptions of remaining 3 chapters from "The Browning Club Cook Book" circa 1913: Cakes, Desserts & Ices, and Puddings.

December 3, 2017: Added photos of Mary and Otis Harris, Lydia Harris, Ira Morgan Day, Christina (Fowler) Durr, Charles Allen Day and family, and Charles Leigan and family to the Family Photos section.

December 2, 2017: Updated the Cass County Genealogical Society page to add the Winter 2017 newsletter.

November 29, 2017: Added transcription of one additional chapter from "The Browning Club Cook Book" circa 1913: Cookies and Doughnuts. Also, the Women's Clubs section from the 1913 Industrial Edition history book is now completely transcribed, and includes selections on The Priscilla Club, The M. C. P. Music Club, The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, The O. O. P. Club, The Ladies Literary Club, The Browning Literary Club, Chapter AF P. E. O. Sisterhood, and The St. Cecilian Club.

November 22, 2017: Added transcriptions of three additional chapters from "The Browning Club Cook Book" circa 1913: Pickles, Icing, and Candy.

November 21, 2017: Added transcriptions of three additional chapters from "The Browning Club Cook Book" circa 1913: Bread, Vegetables and Salads. Also added transcription of Cass Township entries from the 1917 Farmer's Directory.

November 18, 2017: Added transcriptions of six chapters from The Browning Club Cook Book, published by The Browning Literary Club of Atlantic circa 1913. Need a recipe for turkey dressing? Be sure to check out the the Meats chapter! Coffee? Turkish Coffee was being made over a brisk fire long before automatic coffee makers were invented! More info about the The Browning Literary Club is found in the 1913 Industrial Edition.

November 8, 2017: Replaced the 1917 Farmer's Directory images with scans of the original Farmer's Directory pages and maps. For many years images of a transcribed directory index for each township have been online at Cass IAGenWeb, but these only contained part of the information provided in the directory. Original images for Washington Township and a complete Washington Twp. transcription were added in August, 2015. Now complete original directory images are online for ALL townships, and transcriptions of the remaining townships will be coming in the future.

November 3, 2017: Added transcription of Noble Township from the 1906 Compendium of History and Biography.

November 1, 2017: Added transcription of an account of the Jim Creek Flood of 1858, which claimed the lives of six Franklin Township residents. Many thanks to Eileen Reed for this transcription!

October 30, 2017: Added transcription of Bear Grove Township from the 1906 Compendium of History and Biography.

October 29, 2017: Added transcriptions of Victoria Township and Washington Township from the 1906 Compendium of History and Biography.

October 27, 2017: Added transcription of the 1856 Census for Edna Township.

October 22, 2017: Added July 1904-June 1906 Birth Certificate Index for Cass County courtesy of the State Historical Society of Iowa. From July 1904 to June 1906 state law required that birth certificates be filed with the State Department of Health and not with the counties. These handwritten records have been transcribed by the State Historical Society of Iowa, which has granted IAGenWeb permission to post them. Also added the complete Cass County section from The Courts and Legal Profession (1907), which contains biographies of 6 early Cass County lawyers .

October 12, 2017: Added photo postcard of four Atlantic Residences circa 1913: O. S. Mullins, D. E. Shranger, E. S. Harlan and J. G. Herring.

September 24, 2017: Added transcription of Atlantic High Alumni 1878-1945.

September 14, 2017: Added transcription of Lowman Cemetery contributed by Carolyn DeLay and the Cass County Genealogical Society. Also updated the Cass County Genealogical Society page to add the Fall 2017 newsletter. Many thanks to Carolyn and the CCGS!!

July 17, 2017: Added transcription of Pleasant Township Cemetery contributed by Carolyn DeLay and the Cass County Genealogical Society. Many thanks to Carolyn and the CCGS for this wonderful addition!

June 18, 2017: Updated the Cass County Genealogical Society page to add the Summer 2017 newsletter.

May 26, 2017: Added transcriptions of two biographies from the 1906 History and Compendium: John T. and Robert A. Donahoe.

May 23, 2017: Added transcriptions of two biographies from the 1906 History and Compendium: John C. Casey and Michael T. Casey.Also added transcription of nine more pages of Atlantic City, 2nd Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex!

May 21, 2017: Added transcription of five more pages of Atlantic City, 2nd Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex!

April 12, 2017: Added two photos contributed by Paul Busic of his great-grandmother Leah with her 1913 Atlantic High School Graduation Class. Many thanks to Paul for contributing!

April 11, 2017: Added transcription of two more pages of Atlantic City, 2nd Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex! Also added three additional pages from the 1913 Industrial Edition, the section on Prize Babies of Cass County, with photographs and identification of twelve winners in each of two categories.

March 27, 2017: Added transcription of three more pages of Atlantic City, 2nd Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Thanks again to Lisa Varnes Rex!

March 19, 2017: Added transcription of the first page of Atlantic City, 2nd Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex for transcribing!

March 16, 2017: Added transcription of the first eighteen pages of Atlantic Township from the 1884 History of Cass County. Many thanks to Deb Lightcap-Wagner for transcribing!

March 15, 2017: Added transcription of all remaining pages for Brighton Township from the 1930 Federal Census. Brighton Township is now complete. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex!

March 1, 2017: Updated the Cass County Genealogical Society page to add the Spring 2017 newsletter and 2017 CCGS Officers.

February 28, 2017: Added transcriptions of the remaining 3 pages of Marne Village from the 1930 Federal Census. Marne Village is now complete. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex!

February 25, 2017: Added transcriptions of the first 3 pages of Marne Village from the 1930 Federal Census. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex for transcribing!

February 24, 2017: Added transcriptions of the last 5 pages of Atlantic City, 1st Ward from the 1930 Federal Census. Atlantic Ward One is now complete. Many thanks to Lisa Varnes Rex for transcribing!

February 16, 2017: Added transcription of Blocks A D E H I L & M and Blocks B C F G J K & N of Evergreen Cemetery contributed by Carolyn DeLay and the Cass County Genealogical Society. The Evergreen Cemetery transcription is now complete.

February 12, 2017: Added transcription of Blocks Q T U X Y of Evergreen Cemetery contributed by Carolyn DeLay and the Cass County Genealogical Society.

February 9, 2017: Added complete transcription of Pymosa Township from the 1860 Federal Census. Also added transcriptions of Blocks R S V W & Z of Evergreen Cemetery contributed by Carolyn DeLay and the Cass County Genealogical Society.

January 29, 2017: Added Cass County Genealogical Society (CCGS) Inventory by Category, a complete inventory of all CCGS holdings, and CCGS Query Files by Surname, contributed by the Cass County Genealogical Society. Also added complete transcription of Lura Township from the 1860 Federal Census.



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