Town of Hubbard, Texas
Hubbard is located on State highways 171 and 31 twenty-three miles southeast of Hillsboro in southeastern Hill County. The community, established around 1860 and known in its early years as Slap-out and McLainsboro, was formally organized when the St. Louis Southwestern Railway of Texas (the Cotton Belt) located a station depot there in 1881. Residents held a meeting to organize the town, and former Governor Richard B. Hubbard was present. The town was renamed in his honor. A post office opened in the same year. Later the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway intersected the Cotton Belt at Hubbard. The region in which the town began developed rapidly after the Civil War.
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Hubbard by the Numbers
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|1,394||2020||United States Census Bureau|
|1,394||2019||Texas Demographic Center|
|1,423||2010||United States Census Bureau|
|1,586||2000||United States Census Bureau|
|1,589||1990||United States Census Bureau|