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History of La Verkin, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)
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La Verkin presently is a growing, thriving community with paved streets, modern sewage system, an excellent elementary school, many beautiful new homes, and an expanding business section--all located in a magnificent scenic area.

See: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Washington County Chapter, Under Dixie Sun (1950); Andrew Karl Larson, I Was Called to Dixie (1961); Angus M. Woodbury, "A History of Southern Utah and its National Parks," Utah Historical Quarterly (Vol. 12, 1944).

Wesley P. Larsen


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