"Birthplace of the American Ranching Industry" Kingsville by Stephen-KarenConn
Kingsville Travel Guide: 15 reviews and 17 photos
Founded on July 4, 1904, Kingsville was celebrating it's centennial year when we were there. The town was established on land donated by Mrs. Henrietta King, of King Ranch, the most famous working cattle ranch in America. Kingsville is the seat of Kleberg County and a center for agriculture, oil, banking hunting and fishing. Texas A&M University Kingsville and Naval Air Station Kingsville are also here.
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