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About Fort Bend County
Fort Bend County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas, within Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, its population was 585,375. amounting to 65.1% growth in ten years.
Since the 1970s Fort Bend County has been one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. It is named for a blockhouse at a bend of the Brazos River; the fort was the start of the community in early days. Its seat is Richmond, while its largest city is Sugar Land. It was founded in 1837.
Prior to Anglo settlement, the area was inhabited by the Karankawa Indians. A group of Stephen F. Austin's colonists, headed by William Little, built a fort at the present site of Richmond around 1822. The fort was called "Fort Bend" since it was built in the bend of the Brazos River. The city of Richmond was incorporated under the Republic of Texas along with nineteen other towns in 1837. Fort Bend County was created from Austin, Harris, and Brazoria Counties in 1838. Fort Bend's plantation economy caused it to be one of six majority black counties in the 1850s. Fort Bend County was the site of the Jaybird-Woodpecker War.
In the middle 1950s, Fort Bend County and neighboring Galveston County were plagued by organized crime, with its brothels and illegal casinos. A crusading newspaper editor, Clymer Wright of the then Fort Bend Reporter, joined with state officials and the Texas Rangers to rid the area of such corruption. Wright defied death threats to clean up the community. Wright soon sold his paper, now known as the Fort Bend Herald and Texas Coaster.
In April 2009, as part of a settlement with the United States Department of Justice, Fort Bend County agreed to increase assistance to Spanish-speaking voters in elections held in the county.
Fort Bend County has jobs in the education, energy, hospitality, and other sectors. The Houston Business Journal said in 2010 that the diversity of industries promoted decades of rapid population growth. After Memorial Hermann Hospital and St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital opened facilities in Fort Bend County, doctor's offices increasingly established themselves in the county.more ...
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