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About Brewster County
Brewster County is a county located in western part of the US state of Texas, along the Mexican border. It is one of the nine counties that comprise the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas and is also the largest county in Texas. As of the 2010 census, the population is 9,232. Its county seat and only city is Alpine.
U.S. Highway 90 crosses the county in the north; U.S. Highway 385 enters Brewster County from the northeast and proceeds south to the county's main attraction, Big Bend National Park, part of the Big Bend. The Sunset Route of the Union Pacific Railroad crosses northern parts of the county, and a recently revived portion of the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway traverses the county en route to Presidio.
Brewster County is named for Colonel Henry Percy Brewster, a Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas. During the American Civil War, Brewster served on the staffs of the two highest ranking Texans in the Confederate Army, General Albert S. Johnston and General John B. Hood.
The county is the largest in the state, over three times the size of the state of Delaware, and more than 500 square miles (1,300 km2) bigger than Connecticut.
The county's area is larger than the area of Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island individually, and larger than the combined area of Delaware and Rhode Island.
Brewster County was marked off in 1887 from Presidio County and named for Henry Percy Brewster. Murphyville, later renamed Alpine, was selected as county seat.more ...
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