Duxbury and Kingston are historic seaside towns in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, a suburb located on the South Shore. Inhabited by the Wampanoag Indians, who called this place Mattakeesett, meaning "place of many fish, in recent years it is now become known for its oyster beds, as well as other shellfish. Kingston is also the home to the longest continuously run boat yard in North America, now named the Jones River Landing. In the early-to-middle 19th century, Kingston flourished as a center for shipbuilding, as well as ice harvesting. Duxbury and Kingston are home to 7 commercial lobstermen landing 43,558 pounds of lobster annually.