Welcome to Snazzy Stories!
Every one has a story! It is time we start telling them!
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Tales of the Mountain Men who explored the West.
Eliza R. Snow was a powerhouse in the LDS faith and took action for what she believed. How will you use your voice?
If we don't tell our stories they will be forgotten. But those stories are a part of who we are, and have made an impact on our lives even if don't recognize it right away.
Stories of bravery and selflessness will always rise through the fire.
The Bear River Massacre story has fallen through the cracks of our history, but even the dark stories in our history deserve to be brought into the light.
How the most colorful park in the world came to be.
Sometimes we think that our lives will fade, but we will make our mark on this world because we exist. Mysteries and Legends New England: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained by Diana Ross McCain
Christmas Eve used to be filled with tales of those who have passed. Enjoy this Christmas haunt.
https://www.legendsofamerica.com/we-christmas/ A Dixie Christmas by Lyman Hafen
https://historybecauseitshere.weebly.com/americans-and-britons-celebrated-thanksgiving-1942-in-war-weathered-england.html An American Feast: Six Memorable Thanksgivings Thomas Fleming