Emery

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Area of Emery
Area of the Deseret
Flag of Emery Provincial seal of Emery
Flag Seal
Nickname(s): The Potash Area, The East Sand Belt
Motto(s): "All in good faith"
Provincial song(s): No official song
Map of Emery
Official language(s) English
Demonym Emeryite
Capital Richfield
Largest city Price
Area Ranked 13th
 • Total 19,990 sq mi
(51,774 km2)
Population Ranked 41st
 • Total 101,384 (2020)
 • Density 5.07/sq mi  (1.96/km2)
Ranked TBD
Elevation
 • Highest point Mount Waas
12,336 ft (3,760 m)
 • Lowest point San Juan River
3,573 ft (1,089 m)
Admission to the Union June 23, 1950 (24th)
Lord Superintendent Sir Phillip McCarthy
Governor Benjamin Johnson
Lieutenant Governor Gary Wilkinson
Legislature Emery Legislative Council
 • Upper house None
 • Lower house None
K.S. Senators Elias Murphy (R)
Sam Gill (CD
Agatha Vernon (R)
K.S. House delegation TBD commoners
TBD Christian Democrats
TBD Royalist
Time zone Mountain Time Zone
UTC –7/UTC –6
Abbreviations EM, KS-EM., DE-EM., DEE., Emr.
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Emery, officially the Area of Emery, is a subnational area of the Deseret, located in the central part of the country. It is bordered by Juab and Wasatch to the north, West Colorado to the east, Zion and Iron to the south, Clark to the southeast, and Eureka to the west.

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The area was named after a town renamed from "Muddy" to "Emery" in namesake of Governor George W. Emery.

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