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Connellsville was located "three miles up Coal Canyon, which drains into Huntinton Canyon. It was settled in 1875 and named after the coking center in Connellsville, Pennsylvania. After three years of frustration and failure, Connellsville was abandoned."<ref>John W. Van Cott, ''Utah Place Names: A Comprehensive Guide To the Origins of Geographic Names'' (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1990), 89.</ref>
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Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.com:accessed 3 March 2010) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connellsville,_Utah "Connellsville, Utah."]
 
Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.com:accessed 3 March 2010) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connellsville,_Utah "Connellsville, Utah."]

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History

Connellsville was located "three miles up Coal Canyon, which drains into Huntinton Canyon. It was settled in 1875 and named after the coking center in Connellsville, Pennsylvania. After three years of frustration and failure, Connellsville was abandoned."[1]


Wikipedia (http://www.wikipedia.com:accessed 3 March 2010) "Connellsville, Utah."

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  1. John W. Van Cott, Utah Place Names: A Comprehensive Guide To the Origins of Geographic Names (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1990), 89.