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Utah was settled by Mormons.

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Many of what are now the Western United States were settled by "Mormons." You may be referring to Utah, however, which was the primary destination of the move west.


Mormons settled much of the west. Church headquarters was built in Salt Lake City, but hundreds of towns all over Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona, Nevada, and California were settled by Mormons.


Mormons traveled west in either a conestoga wagon or handcart and settled in Utah.


Mormons settled hundreds of cities in the west, mostly in Utah, Idaho, and Arizona but including Wyoming, Nevada, California, Mexico, and Canada.


They settled in Utah. There are also alot in Idaho and California, but Utah is the main state.


Mormons settled in Utah. that is why there are a ton a Mormons there. there also alot in Idaho They also settled in Nauvoo but the temple there was burned. The Mormons colonized an area stretching from southern Alberta, Canada to northern Mexico, and from parts of what is now Colorado and New Mexico in the East to California and Nevada in the West, including parts of what are now Arizona and Idaho, and all of what is now Utah. Today, Mormons are found in most countries, and every state of the United States.


They actually did the Mormons impacted the place they settled by starting a religious church.


The Mormons settled hundreds of towns and colonies, none of which were called Zodiac.


While no official state nickname is the "Mormon State", Utah is sometimes called the Mormon state because Mormons settled it and the majority of residents (60%) are practicing Mormons. While Mormons live in all states and almost all countries, about 10% of the 14.5 million Mormons worldwide live in Utah.


Mormon pioneers settled many cities in the western and midwestern United States. The federal government drew the state boundaries and named the states.


yes las Vegas was founded by Mormons.


The Mormon Pioneers.Mormons


Most of the cities and towns in modern Utah, southern Idaho, and northern Arizona were founded by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church).


They moved out west to both follow directions given to Brigham Young by Joseph Smith and to avoid persecution long enough to get established and settled in an area.


There isn't really a such thing as a Mormon State... Most cities and towns in Utah were settled by Mormon pioneers and today about half of the population of Utah are practicing Mormons. About 10% of all Mormons live in Utah.


The Mormons traveled west in wagons, with handcarts and later by train.


Mormons migrated west because they were persecuted in the east.


Mormons settled about 90% of the cities in Utah. The others were mostly mining towns.


This depends on what you consider to be the 'west'. When the Mormons were founding settlements in Missouri, Illinois, and Nebraska, this was considered the western frontier. The United States didn't extend much further, and this was a sparsely populated 'wild west'. The Mormons eventually moved to what is now Salt Lake City, Utah (at the time it was part of Mexico) and settled much of Utah, Idaho, Arizona, and Nevada.


The signifigence of the Mormons moving west was for them to escape religious percsecution


Mormons live in every state. The highest percentage of Mormons is in Utah, and the highest amount of Mormons in in California.


The Mormons settled much of utah.


The outcome of the Mormons moving west was that they were no longer percacuted for their religious beliefs.


Brigham Young lead members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) to the west.


The Mormons settled in Illinois between 1839 and 1845, when they began to leave for Utah due to persecution.



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