Chambers County (Texas)
|US Federal State:||Texas|
| address |
of the administrative seat:
|Chambers County Courthouse|
P.O. Box 728
Anahuac, TX 77514-0728
|in an educated manner out:|| Liberty County|
|surface:||2258 km ²|
|inhabitants:||26.031 (conditions: 2000)|
|Population density:||17 Einwohner/km ²|
the Chambers County lies in the US Federal State Texas in the USA. In the year 2000 the County had 26,031 inhabitants and a population density of 17 inhabitants/km ². The seat of the County administration is in Anahuac.
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the County is southeast the geographical center from Texas because of the gulf of Mexico and belongs to the Houston Sugar country Baytown metropolitan AREA. It has a surface of 2258 km ², about which 706 km ² water surface is. The County borders in the clockwise direction on the Counties: Liberty County, Jefferson County, Galveston County and Harris County.
Chambers County was formed for 1858 from parts of the Jefferson County and Liberty County. It was designated after Thomas Jefferson Chambers, an early lawyer in Texas.
the average income of a household is about 47.964 USD. The average income of a family with 52.986 USD. Men have an average income of 43.351 USD opposite the women with on the average 25,478 USD. The Pro-Kopf-Einkommen is with 19.863 USD. 11.00% the inhabitant and 8.30% of the families live below the poverty border.
28.9% the inhabitant are old under 18 years and on 100 women starting from 18 years and over it come statistically 99.8 men. The average age amounts to 35 years. (Conditions: 2000).
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