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George County Sign (Zinrico)

The "George County Sign" along State Highway 147

George County is a county in the Dragoonasag state of Zinrico. Its name is in honor of explorer Jord Gabriel George. Its county seat is George.

HistoryEdit

George County was created in 1862 from half of Traywick County. In 1885, the city of George was chosen as the county seat. The George County Courthouse was renovated about fifteen times from 1867 to 1925, becoming the most renovated county courthouse in Zinrico until 1956, when the Forter County Courthouse surpassed it in number of renovations. In 1979, George County became the first Zinrico county to ban the sale of alcohol.

GeographyEdit

George County is located in north-central Zinrico.

Major RoutesEdit

Adjacent CountiesEdit

DemographicsEdit

George County had a population of about 162,231 during the last census. Caucasians made up 83% of the population. About 10% of the population had African ancestry; about 5% of the population had Hispanic heritage, and about 2% of the population had Native Parkufo ancestry.

Cities and TownsEdit


Counties of Zinrico
Adams · Aiken · Apjack · Aroiya · Bishop · Brantz Burgess Butler Cabbyn Carr · Charles · Chavin · Cheuter · Christopher · Claye · Corry · Cussetts · Denson · Effington · Forter · George · Gorzee · Harper · Jackson · Jacobs · Jahogan · James · Jones · Jonothans · Joseph · Junter · Leavenworth · Lewis · Lupack · Madison · Martaxuse · Massauckett · McDonald · McKinney · Park · Parker · Patrick · Perry · Pichulla · Saeus · Sameson · Score · Shapallio · Shaper · Shawn · Steward · Stone · Stuart · Thomas · Tragott · Traywick · Tyler · Universal · Valley · Van Hurtz · Waiyessaukee · Williams · Wilson · Wishington · Wright · Yates · Zinrico City