History of Kingston, Utah
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KINGSTON

Kingston (Piute) is on U-62 near the mouth of the East Fork of the Sevier River. the community is named for Thomas R. King and his five sons from Fillmore. In 1876 they moved to the mouth of Kingston Canyon in search of a place to settle.

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