Hufsmith is an unincorporated community located in Harris County in Texas. Hufsmith was founded in 1872 as a station stop on the line from Spring to Navasota. The community was named after Frank Huffsmith who was a railroad superintendent. In the early stages of the coterie, most farmers grew cotton and potato crops. Most of the early residents were blacks who came after the Civil War. The town’s post office came into operation in 1902, and operated until 1980. Today, the town’s population is still being regarded as 250 citizens as of the 2000 census. Huffsmith’s public education system is being provided by the Tomball Independent School District.
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