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About Erath County
Erath County (/ˈiː.ræθ/ EE-rath) is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 37,890. It is named for George Bernard Erath, an early surveyor and a soldier at the Battle of San Jacinto. The seat of the county is Stephenville.
Erath County is also home to two of North America's largest renewable natural gas plants. The largest being operated at Huckabay Ridge, near Stephenville. The second largest being located outside of Dublin at Rio Leche Estates. On November 4, 2008, Erath County voters elected to allow the sale of beer and wine in the county for off-premise consumption.
Erath County should not be confused with the city of Earth, which is located in the Texas Panhandle in Lamb County, approximately 200 miles northwest of Erath County.
Erath County was formed from Bosque and Coryell counties in 1856 and named for George Bernard Erath, one of the original surveyors of the area. In 1856 John M. Stephen offered to donate land for a townsite which was named Stephenville after him and became the county seat.
Cotton became the major crop 1875-1915, with the largest crop being in 1906. The industry was helped in 1879 when the Texas Central Railroad reached Dublin, and in 1889 when the Fort Worth and Rio Grande was completed through Stephenville. This opened eastern markets for the county's cotton crops. By 1910, soil erosion and the boll weevil caused diversity planning that led to dairy farms, fruit orchards, nurseries, peanuts, feed crops, and poultry.more ...
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