Liberty County is a county in the Dragoonasag state of Lohana. It is located in Central Lohana, at the eastern edge of the "Fertile Belt". Its county seat, Liberty, is the second-largest city in Lohana.
Liberty County gets its name from the city of Liberty, despite many rumors that the city got its name from the county. An earlier prospect for the county's name was "Andrews County", after the nearby Andrews River, which, in turn, was named for explorer Zonapath T. Andrews. "Liberty County" was decided on as the county's name in the 1880s.
Liberty County was founded in the late 1800s. By the end of the Nineteenth Century, the county had become one of the most populous counties in present-day Lohana. By the middle of the next century, the county had become one of the most urban counties in the state.
Much of the land in the county was fertile farmland before the construction of the city of Liberty. As Liberty grew, the rural farmland shrunk. The county's landscape is mostly flat plains. Mountains are visible to the east.
- Missionworth County (south)
- Pennall County (west and south)
- Wyboard County (west and north)
- Atrion County (east)
Liberty County had a population of about 2,897,943 during the last census. Most of its people live in the city of Liberty. Half of the population were born in Lohana, and about 88 percent were born in Dragoonasag. Ninety-nine percent of the population can speak English, and about 50% can speak a second language.