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Harper County is a county in the Dragoonasag state of Zinrico. Its county number is 3. The county is named after Dragoonasag Revolutionary hero Joag Paul Harper. Alberta is its county seat.

HistoryEdit

Harper County was founded in 1850 by veterans of the Battle of Authonome. In 1851, they decided to vote on a name for the county, and the suggestions were "Travis Haick County" (after the Battle of Authonome soldier) and "Harper County". On May 7, 1851, 70% of the people voted on "Harper County", and the name became official on May 8, 1851. The county seat was at Harperstown from the 1850s until 1931, when Harperstown became Alberta.

GeographyEdit

Harper County is located in Central Zinrico.

Major routesEdit

Adjacent countiesEdit

DemographicsEdit

Harper County had a population of 20,134 during the last census.

Racial make-up of Harper County, Zinrico[1]
Race Percentage Notes
Caucasian 85.3
African 6.4
Hispanic 4.2
Parkufo 3.3
Other 0.8

Cities and townsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Zinrico county population reports for 2008


Counties of Zinrico
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