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Physical Features: Western county on Rolling Plains below Caprock, bisected by Brazos forks; sandy loam, sandy, other soils; some hills.
Economy: Agribusiness, light fabrication, government/services.
History: Anglo-American ranchers arrived in 1870s after Comanches and other tribes removed by U.S. Army. German farmers settled after 1900. County named for Confederate Gen. T.J. (Stonewall) Jackson; created from Bexar District 1876, organized 1888.
Race/Ethnicity: (In percent) Anglo, 75.5; Black, 4.1; Hispanic, 20.2; Asian, 0.0; Other, 0.6.
Vital Statistics, annual: Births, 17; deaths, 25; marriages, 10; divorces, 3.
Recreation: Deer, quail, feral hog, turkey hunting; rodeos in June, September.
Minerals: Gypsum, gravel, oil.
Agriculture: Beef cattle, wheat, cotton, peanuts, hay. Also, grain sorghum, meat goats and swine. Market value $47.4 million.
ASPERMONT (891) county seat; oil field and ranching center, light fabrication; hospital; livestock show in February, Springfest.
Other towns include: Old Glory (100) farming center.