Anderson County Appraisal District
About Anderson County, Texas
Anderson County is located in the north east of Texas. The county was organised in 1846 and is named in honor of Kenneth L. Anderson, a former Vice President of the Republic of Texas. The county seat is Palestine, with a population of 19,000, around one third that of the entire country’s 58,000 population. There are two other towns in Anderson; Elkhart to the south of Palestine and Frankston, on the northern border.
Oil has been an important industry for Anderson County and over 300 million barrels of oil has been extracted from oil wells since 1929. The county is spread over 1,078 square miles of territory, of which 15 of these consist of water.
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