Comanche Central Appraisal District
About Comanche County, Texas
Comanche County is named after the Comanche Native American tribe. It has a population approaching 14,000 and was founded in 1856. The county is spread over 948 square miles and 10 of these consist of water. It is located sixty miles north of the geographical centre of Texas and has both a rich history and soil: the Comanche tribe used the area for many forms of livestock and agriculture. The Texas Central Railroad started service in Comanche County in 1885 bringing cattle and cotton to the market. Oil was discovered in the region in 1910. Cotton was at the turn of the twentieth century the most important crop but this has been replaced by peanuts.
The County Seat is at Comanche, population a little under 4,500 and a popular stop for hunters. The city has a preserved log structure, the Old Cora Courthouse, one of the oldest wooden courthouses left in Texas.
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