Salt Lake City, Utah
Deseret was a US territory, and it began to be settled July 24, 1847. As the states within the territory (Idaho, Utah, Arizona, and parts of other present-day states) obtained statehood, the name Deseret ceased to be officially recognized.
When finally the Mormons where given a territory to settle in they wanted it to be named Deseret, which means Honey Bee. The Governor at that time said no to their request and said it was to be called Utah after the Ute Indians. He little realized that an earlier prophecy from God said that a temple would be built in the mountain tops. The meaning of the world Utah means Mountain Top. As far as I know Salt Lake City has always been the capital.
No city was originally called Deseret, the state of Utah was once called Deseret (before it became an official U.S. Territory). The area that 'Deseret' took up was much larger than the area that Utah takes up now.
The word 'Deseret' is defined by the Book of Mormon as honeybee. (See Ether 2:3) Deseret was the name of a territory or state proposed by the Mormon pioneers, which covered parts of modern day Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California. In pioneer times, the word Deseret was almost used synonymously with the word Zion - it was the home of the Saints. Deseret was also used to name things of Mormon origin, such as the Deseret Alphabet or the Deseret News. Today, Deseret is still used in the names of companies or organizations affiliated with the Mormon Church, including Deseret Book, Deseret Industries, Deseret News, and Deseret Transportation.
It was officially changed during the Compromise of 1850 by the U.S. government to the Utah Territory.
The word Deseret is found in the Book of Mormon and supposedly means Honeybee. Early Mormons adopted this word and the symbol of the beehive to represent their industriousness - they were busy, hardworking, and highly organized, just like bees.The Deseret title can still be found on many things related to or owned by the church such as Deseret News (a Mormon-owned newspaper), Deseret Industries (a Mormon owned thrift store), and Deseret Book (a Mormon book store).
"Deseret" was not the name of a city but of an entire region in the Intermountain West and a proposed US Territory. It encompassed areas in what is today Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Wyoming, Nevada, and California.
The congress wanted Utah to be called Deseret and it would have been huge.
Deseret Ranches was created in 1950.
Fort Deseret was created in 1865.
Deseret Industries was created in 1938.
Deseret Book was created in 1866.
Deseret Book's population is 900.
Deseret Book's population is 800.
This depends on who was referring to it. Officially, it was Mexico. The Navajo, Shoshone, Goshute, Paiute, and Ute tribes that lived there all had their own names for it. The first white settlers, Mormon Pioneers, called it Deseret. Once it became a U.S. Territory, it was named Utah.
Deseret in every language is Deseret. Or do you mean 'desert' (desierto - noun) (abandonar - verb) Or 'dessert' (postre)
Basically anything Deseret; Deseret Industries (D.I.), Deseret Book, etc.
Deseret Management Corporation was created in 1966.
Deseret Manufacturing Company was created in 1851.
Deseret News was created on 1850-06-15.
The proposed state of Deseret was able to flourish because they were organized, industrious, and had the resources and population to maintain the vast area. The proposed state was later broken up and made into many states, each of which still flourishes in the present-day United States.
The area settled or founded by Mormons covered all of present day Utah with parts of Idaho, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, and California. The Mormons proposed that this area be called Deseret Territory.
The area of Deseret Peak Wilderness is 102.029 square kilometers.