History of Price City (Washington County), Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)
PRICE CITY
Price (Washington) was originally settled in 1858 south of St. George and Bloomington. It was initiated under the united order with the name Heberville, honoring Heber C. Kimball, a Mormon church authority. It was abandoned in 1859-60 because of floods and sickness, but was resettled in 1874 under the name Price. By the early 1900s the site was completely deserted.
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