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We have presented to you lots of words and pictures about the Deseret alphabet. Now it's your turn to do something!
It's easy and fun: while you are driving around Utah (or wherever) this summer, look for the Deseret alphabet. Look for tombstones, buildings (old and new), books (old and new), signs or anything else you can think of. Ask people if they know anything about the Deseret alphabet--you might be surprised.
Be sure to look for more Deseret alphabet sites or items on the Web.
When you find a Deseret alphabet item, let us know. It's easy--just fill out the form below and hit the "Send" button. We'll post your items here for others to enjoy!
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Here are a couple of things to get you started:
- Drop in at the Territorial Statehouse state park in Fillmore, Utah. An excellent Dude named Gordon Chatland will show you some real Deseret alphabet books like the ones we showed you at this Web site.
- Check out the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City, Utah (across from Temple Square). There is an exhibit that includes some gold coins with Deseret alphabet letters on them (HINT: the coins are located near a large safe).
These are just some of the places where you can see the Deseret alphabet in use. We'll post others here in the future, so check back often.
- Stop by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) Museum in Salt Lake City. They have some old Deseret alphabet books, too.
Remember to keep looking for the Deseret alphabet--and let us know what you find!
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