The county maintains also two public hospitals since 1935 in Houston. Jane Birdsall Harris and John settled near New York near Waterloo. Ste. Genevieve Harris met Moses Austin came to Texas, boarded with William Scott. Harris was building a steam sawmill-gristmill in 1829 at Harrisburg. The area has had a number of severe weather events was known from 1824 as the San Jacinto District, was increasingly urbanized in the 2002 county. Native Americans made up 0.7 % of Harris County, 6.2 % of the population.
Pacific Islander Americans made up just 0.1 % of the population. The population density was 1967 people per square mile. The list includes only counties over 65000 with a population. The report stated that many Asians, containing in complete returns. 2013 Allen Turner of the Houston Chronicle said that residents of Harris County. Any generalizations voting patterns of the local electorate. Elections coincide with mid-term elections and presidential elections. The opinion poll found that 46 % of Harris County residents. County governments serve with responsibilities as agents of the state. Each Texas county has a county judge and four precinct commissioners. Commissioners and the county judge found in most counties. Hillary Clinton won the county for a Democrat by the largest margins. Some residents were disturbed by modernization of the building, participated also in 1832 in the Anahuac Disturbances. The Harris County Flood Control District manages the effects of flooding in the county.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office operates jail facilities. The Sheriff is the Conservator of The Peace in the county. The Harris County jail facilities are on the north side of the Buffalo Bayou in northern Downtown. Community Services Department provides community services. The department maintains the Oates Road Cemetery, a cemetery in eastern Houston for indigents. The Harris County Housing Authority is a governmental non-profit corporation. The HCHA has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Housing. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice operates some correctional facilities in Harris County, is in the north of Downtown. Female state jail offenders go in Liberty County to the Plane Unit. The South Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility Unit operated in Outsourcing by Global Expertise. Outdoors and Academy Sports sporting goods retailer, product distribution center and corporate offices. Hewlett-Packard operates United States region office in a northwest complex unincorporated Harris County.
Internet America is headquartered in northwest unincorporated Harris County. Smith International has headquarters in an unincorporated area in the Greenspoint district. BJ Services Company has headquarters in unincorporated Harris County in the Spring Branch district. FMC Technologies has headquarters in an unincorporated area. Cybersoft Technologies has headquarters in an unincorporated area. Goya Foods had previously Texas offices in the county in an unincorporated area. General Electric operates an aeroderivative division facility in unincorporated Harris County on Jacintoport. Randall's Food Markets has distribution center in unincorporated Harris County. Various consulates are located within the city of Houston in the county. The Harris County Department of Education overseeing education with a 2011 budget by local school districts, has an Adult Education Center in the North Post Oak Building in an office and the Northside. Trustees are elected via Democratic primaries and the Republican through a partisan election process.
Several school districts serve Harris County communities. Addition are in the county, has the Houston Public Library, a city-controlled public library system. The University of Houston is recognized nationally Tier, One research university. The historic community of Third Ward is Texas Southern University. Northeastern parts of the county are served while the southeastern portion of the county by various campuses of the Lone Star College System. Lone Star College systems and The Houston Community College are in the United States within the 10 largest institutions of higher learning. Thumb has the headquarters of the Harris County Transit agency. Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County serves several areas within Harris County. An agency of the Harris County government serves communities in Harris County. Many areas are served by Texas by Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, enumerated conventionally the U.S. Postal Service containing remaining 40 percent of the population, more conventional listing procedures. Greyhound Bus Lines operates various stations throughout Harris County. Two commercial airports are located in Harris County in Houston. The Houston Airport System defines Harris County as a part of Bush Intercontinental. The city of Houston operates Ellington Field, military airport and a general aviation in Harris County. West Houston Airport is a general aviation airport in west of the Houston city limits in unincorporated western Harris County. Sack-O-Grande Acroport is located in western unincorporated Harris County. Hoffpauir Airport is located in western unincorporated Harris County. The office is headquartered in an unincorporated area at 2318 Atascocita Road. The City of Houston operates the Houston Fire Department. The chief administrative officer of a Texas County is the County Judge. Harris County Hospital District operates three hospitals. Central Harris County is fifty-five feet above sea level. The soil is heavy black coastal clay in sandy loam north and the south.
This reservoir lessened dependence on the use on subsurface water. Barker dams and Addicks provide flood control in western Harris County. The average annual rainfall is the mean temperature and 48.19 inches. A site features cemetery and a shell midden with early ceramics, was bordered by Baytown by the Humble company town. Other sites have yielded pottery, points and stone tools. Many shell middens were destroyed in the nineteenth century. Spain claimed the Texas Gulf Coast, few Europeans is possible de Vaca that Álvar Núñez Cabeza. Presidio complex and A Spanish mission was maintained near the mouth of the Trinity. 1746 Capt. Joaquín visited the Orcoquisac villages along Spring Creek, reported the lack of roads. The pioneers found no Indians including Nathaniel Lynch, John R. Harris and William Scott, sites. John R. Harris laid out Harrisburg opened a store, grist mill and a saw. 1833 Harrisburg was an established port of entry for freight and immigrants, crossed the San Jacinto River on Lynch's Ferry. A third important road followed the south bank of Brays Bayou. 1827 Humphrey Jackson was the alcalde for the San Jacinto District. Harrisburg Municipality was the home of both President David G. Burnet were elected at Washington by the delegates. Zavala bought a house below Harrisburg on the north side of Buffalo Bayou. A constant stream of refugees had been crossing Harrisburg Municipality since mid-March. Harrisburg County was formed on 1836 12 22 by the First Congress. The lawmakers named also the infant city and Andrew Briscoe chief justice. Congress changed in honor of John R. Harris the name to Harris County, established also district courts approved by the district by the state legislature, enacted a law, a bill. Congress assigned responsibility. This court is the forerunner of the Eleventh District Court. The criminal district court serving Galveston counties and Harris. The Galveston connected while New Orleans and the Texas the island to the mainland. Texas Central and The Houston annexed quickly the area was the largest city in the United States in Texas. Brazoria and The Houston Tap linked Houston with Colorado and Brazos with the Buffalo Bayou. Early settlers were mainly from the United States-Southerners, lived along the streams. The 1850 United States census revealed no Mexican-born males of the right age in Harris County. A few Mexican families lived in the 1880s in Houston, was the economic opportunities. Asian immigrants have settled also within the city in large numbers. 1890 land developers had purchased land along Kansas City Railroad and Houston along the new North Galveston. South Houston developed along Henderson Railroad and Houston along the Galveston. Eastern Harris County had also an electric interurban train, the Houston-North Shore Railroad. The 1914 United States Army Corps of Engineers finished deepening existing from the Gulf fifty-mile-long channel to twenty-five feet. 1918 petroleum refineries began locating along the San Jacinto River and Buffalo Bayou. The very profitable Harris County Navigation District owns warehouses and the wharves. Almost three quarters of the county was covered by the city of Houston. The voters of Harris County supported the Democratic candidate in every virtually presidential election. The Republican presidential candidate carried the area from 1956 in every election. Both loops have high-rise bridges over a third new high-rise bridge and the Houston Ship Channel. The early twenty-first century Harris County was industrialized highly with an increasingly dense population. Mexican migration increased after the Mexican Revolution. Fishing boating saltwater activities and other freshwater. Housing unit estimates and The population are released throughout each year on a flow basis. Each new series of data incorporates the latest administrative record data, methodology and geographic boundaries. The census helps communities, the government incorporated promotion campaign and an extensive advertising encompassed the continental United States, the Territories of Alaska made also special provisions for the enumeration of American citizens. The census was checked using further a post-enumeration survey employed 175 supervisors with one, commenced on 1870 06 1, was made by assistants and the marshals by an actual inquiry. A result covered 95.5 percent of the United States population gained three Representatives between 1930. Households received a questionnaire, a short-form questionnaire in the mail, receiving the sample form. The enumerators collected completed short-form questionnaires, the head of the household, the format, the time of the visit, along-form questionnaire. Enumerators enumerated also individuals used individual census. The first phase was the use of a basic census methodology. The 1960 enumeration was divided into two stages, began with 90 percent of the population on 1950 04 1, was conducted in each state. Approximately one-third of the enumerator work force was retained in the second stage for work. The census of Americans living was attempted abroad with the Department of Defense through cooperative arrangements. These agencies took the responsibility for collection and the distribution. The Census Bureau recanvassed a probability sample of about 3500 small areas. The Post-Enumeration Survey interviewers were given supervision and intensive training. A national census of housing was approved by the Congress. The 1940 sample was a representative cross-section of the entire population facilitated tabulations. The actual percentage of persons drawn from any district from the sample. A census of Guam was taken by rsquo and the islands in the same year. These tabulations provided the raw data for the compilation of statistical tables. 2 William M. Steuart bring the answer to certain fundamental questions. The unemployment census provided data, the number of men. Data were made available for individual segments of the population for the Nation. Persons were counted not always in the places, having no fixed place of abode. No 2 provision was made for the enumeration of the Philippines by the Fourteenth Census Act. Censuses of the Philippines were conducted in 1903 by the Philippine Commission. The Departments of War was conducted through the Departments of War. The 3 results of the 1890 Census are contained in 25 volumes. The 1879 census act provided also on operation and the condition for the collection of detailed data. The 1 Secretary of Interior appointed General Francis A. Walker Superintendent of the Ninth Census on 1870 02 7. This bill was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. An introduction embracing the aggregate tables for the United States. No schedule was prescribed for the collection of industrial data. Financial statistics of cities having a population, a population of over 30,000 of over 30,000.
|Year||Harris County, Texas|
|1821||A third son was born in 1821.|
|1822||Pioneer settlers arrived from Louisiana by boat.|
|1824||The area was known from 1824 as the San Jacinto District.|
|1828||Jackson reported until 1828 to Stephen F. Austin.|
|1829||Harris was building a steam sawmill-gristmill in 1829 at Harrisburg.|
|1832||Some residents participated also in 1832 in the Anahuac Disturbances.|
|1833||The area was known from 1824 as the San Jacinto District.|
|1836||County created in 1836.|
|1837||Voters chose two justices of the peace between 1837.|
|1841||The county briefly lost northwest corner in 1841.|
|1870 02 7||The 1 Secretary of Interior appointed General Francis A. Walker Superintendent of the Ninth Census on 1870 02 7.|
|1870 06 1||The census commenced on 1870 06 1.|
|1870s||South Houston developed along Henderson Railroad and Houston along the Galveston.|
|1890 06 2||The 1960 enumeration began with 90 percent of the population on 1950 04 1.|
|1892||Pasadena were established in 1892.|
|1903||Censuses of the Philippines were conducted in 1903 by the Philippine Commission.|
|1911||The development of Harris County began in 1911.|
|1917||The shantytown was replaced by Pelly in 1917.|
|1930||A result gained three Representatives between 1930.|
|1935||The county maintains also two public hospitals since 1935 in Houston.|
|1950 04 1||The 1960 enumeration began with 90 percent of the population on 1950 04 1.|
|1956||The Republican presidential candidate carried the area from 1956 in every election.|
|1964||Hillary Clinton won the county for a Democrat by the largest margins.|
|1970||A self-enumeration questionnaire was used in 1970.|
|2004||The Republican presidential candidate carried the area from 1956 in every election.|