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In 2019, CCHS purchased the former Farmers and Merchants Bank building to expand our available exhibit space and provide better accessibility to our exhibits, offices, library and classrooms. The project and our organization tumbled through a few changes during and immediately following the pandemic. We have survived that period of uncertainty and are now moving forward with our intent to provide the new Cass County Museum experience in downtown Logansport.

Exhibits that will be at the new location include: county environmental history and fossils, American Mastodons, automotive history - including public display of the ReVere automobile, railroad history, military history and a new main street shops experience. 

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Long Home Museum has been operated by CCHS since 1967 when the Long family donated the home to our organization for use as a museum. The Victorian Italianate home was built in 1853 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2024 an updated structural analysis of the site was made with assistance from the Indiana Historical Society and KJG Architects. It is our intent to restore this property and continue provision of the charming home museum. Several artifacts currently on display at Long Home will, indeed, be moved to the Cass County Museum at the appropriate time. Exhibits that will remain at Long Home will focus on pre 1920s Cass County history, including: Native American, early settlers and immigrants, the log cabin, the carriage house, canal and some early railroad history, old toys, quilts, home decor and home arts. 

2024 Long Home Museum Site

Structural Analysis

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