My name is Aileen and I'm a sophomore at my high school. My favorite sports are basketball and volleyball. I like chocolate ice cream and peanut M&M's. My hobby is drawing. I like shopping at Yorktown Mall. I play volleyball in the summer with my friends.
Hitchcock is named for Phineas Warren Hitchcock. It is 710 square miles.
In 1995, the total population was 3427. In 1994, personal income
was 65,737. The jobs that people have in Hitchcock are manufacturing,
construction/mining, trade, retail, farming, finance, etc. From 1990
to 1995, the average number of births was from 51-26 and the average number
of deaths was from 45-36.
There are 4 towns in Hitchcock
County. The 3 towns that I researched are Trenton, Stratton, and
Culbertson. All three towns are near route 34.
The county seat of
Hitchcock used to be Culbertson, but then moved to Trenton in 1885.
The main building at that time was the courthouse. In 1903, it was
burned down because a large lamp in front of the stage exploded.
In 1969, it was rebuilt and became the new Hitchcock County Courthouse.
The upto-date five day forecast which is now around 20 degrees in Trenton, Stratton, and Culbertson.
Before the English settlers moved in, the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians were
the first settlers.
When the Indians were settled in Hitchcock the geology of the land was attractive. The land was well watered and the soil was fertile. A major battle that took place was between the Sioux and Pawnee Indians. The land attracted farmers to settle there and sooner or later it was on February 1873. There first newspaper was the Globe. The first school district paid teachers $20-40 a month.
When the first
settlers came they built buildings like a church, house, post office, etc.
in each of the towns.
The World War I draft list had millions of people from every town in Hitchcock who registered.
Trenton has five G.A.R. veterans from the Civil War who served at the Gettysburg Post 145. They also fought in the Cumberland battle.
Hitchcock has a variety of jobs and has races. It has a chart of
the population and labor force by sex and race.