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The State of Deseret was a provisional state of the United States, proposed in 1849 by Latter-day Saint settlers in Salt Lake City. The provisional state existed for slightly over two years and was never recognized by the United States government. The name derives from the word for "honeybee" in the Book of Mormon.

Bodie Ghost Town, Mono, CA, United States

Fur Trappers Camp

Man’s dressing gown, circa 1840, United States via Litchfield Historical Society

An Old Fur Trapper - Mountain man

Iron Hail, known as ‘Dewey Beard’ - Battle of Wounded Knee Survivor, (Postcard), United States of America.

Margaret Guinon. Office Clerk at the United States Agency, White Earth Reservation.

Pattern for Buckskin Jacket | Fringe on buckskin shirts - Traditional Muzzleloading Forum ...

Joseph Lafayette "Joe" Meek (1810–1875) was a trapper, law enforcement official, and politician in the Oregon Country and later Oregon Territory of the United States. A pioneer involved in the fur trade before settling in the Tualatin Valley, Meek would play a prominent role at the Champoeg Meetings of 1843 where he was elected as a sheriff. Later he served in the Provisional Legislature of Oregon before being selected as the United States Marshal for the Oregon Territory.