Vector Maps of the Fargo : city, seat (1873) of Cass county, southeastern North Dakota, U.S. It lies on the Red River of the North opposite Moorhead, Minnesota, and is North Dakota’s largest city.
Founded in 1871 by the Northern Pacific Railway at its crossing point on the river, Fargo served as an outfitting post for settlers with its rail and steamboat facilities. It was named for William George Fargo, a partner in Wells, Fargo & Company and a pioneer in the shipment of goods by express. The development of wheat growing in the area consolidated Fargo’s role as a transportation, marketing, and distribution center, and the fertile soil drew Norwegian immigrants.
• City: 49.74 sq mi (128.83 km2)
• Land: 49.74 sq mi (128.83 km2)
• Water: 0.00 sq mi (0.00 km2)
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