His writing has also appeared in The Daily Caller and Salt Lake City's Deseret News.
Early in 1849 they met in convention to frame a constitution for "the State of Deseret."
The rejection of the constitution of Deseret by Congress did not hinder the elected legislature from meeting and passing laws.
Before leaving Clara's house, he refreshed his memory as to the Deseret arms.
The first mayor, aldermen, and councillors were appointed by the governor of the State of Deseret.
On the southwest corner, and fronting the temple block, stands the tithing-store and office, and the Deseret printing-office.
They first called their territory Deseret, but later changed it to the Indian name of Utah.
This article attracted the attention of the Deseret News, which made some favorable comment upon its general fairness.
At this time the Mormons were again seeking admission for the State of Deseret.
From the first the Mormons have had little to do in Deseret, but attend to mechanical and strictly agricultural pursuits.