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About Harrison County
Harrison County is a county of the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 65,631. It is named for Jonas Harrison, a lawyer and Texas revolutionary. It is located in the Ark-La-Tex region. The seat of the county is Marshall.
Harrison County is part of the Marshall Micropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Longview–Marshall Combined Statistical Area.
Harrison County, formerly a Democratic party stronghold, is represented in the Texas House of Representatives by Republican Chris Paddie, a former Marshall mayor.
American settlement began in present-day Harrison County during the 1830s. In 1835, the Mexican authorities granted a dozen land grants to Americans. After the Texas Revolution, the Congress of the Texas Republic established Harrison County, formed from Shelby County, in 1839. Harrison County was named for Texas Revolutionary Jonas Harrison. The county was organized in 1842. The county's area was reduced in 1846, following the establishment of Panola and Upshur Counties. Marshall was established in 1841, and became the county seat in 1842.
From 1880 to 1930, Harrison County remained primarily agricultural and rural. The county maintained its black majority through these years. In the 1870s the county's non-agricultural sector increased when the Texas and Pacific Railway located its headquarters and shops in Marshall. In 1928, oil was discovered in the county, and made a significant contribution to the economy.
The Great Depression of the 1930s hit the county hard, decimating the agricultural sector. World War II brought an end to the depression, but brought a significant emigration of blacks from the county. The population of the county declined until 1980, when the trend reversed, and the white population increases put whites in the majority.more ...
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