Snowflake Arizona Mormon Temple. © 2007, Mike Provard. All rights reserved.
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Snowflake Arizona Temple March 3rd 2002. Mormon pioneers first settled Snowflake, Arizona in 1878 at the request of LDS Church president Brigham Young. The town of Snowflake was named after William J. Flake and Erastus Snow, two of the church's early leaders who helped supervise colonization of the area.

Snowflake Arizona Temple March 3rd 2002. Mormon pioneers first settled Snowflake, Arizona in 1878 at the request of LDS Church president Brigham Young. The town of Snowflake was named after William J. Flake and Erastus Snow, two of the church's early leaders who helped supervise colonization of the area.

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A Victorian style house in the White Mountains of Arizona: Snowflake, Arizona; photo by John Fowler

A Victorian style house in the White Mountains of Arizona: Snowflake, Arizona; photo by John Fowler

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The Snowflake Monument, Snowflake, Arizona, Monument commemorates the trail side meeting where Snowflake, AZ got its name.  Jessie N. Smith was  present.

The Snowflake Monument, Snowflake, Arizona, Monument commemorates the trail side meeting where Snowflake, AZ got its name. Jessie N. Smith was present.

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Snowflake, Arizona:       Source: ci.snowflake.az.us.     History: You may not think snow when you picture Arizona, but this small town is nestled just north of the White Mountains and gets an occasional dusting. The town wasn’t named for the winter weather, but rather for its two founders: Erastus Snow and William Jordan Flake.    Holiday tradition: Twelve Days of Christmas that culminates in a grand parade where the city serves up to 1,000 cups of hot cocoa.

Snowflake, Arizona: Source: ci.snowflake.az.us. History: You may not think snow when you picture Arizona, but this small town is nestled just north of the White Mountains and gets an occasional dusting. The town wasn’t named for the winter weather, but rather for its two founders: Erastus Snow and William Jordan Flake. Holiday tradition: Twelve Days of Christmas that culminates in a grand parade where the city serves up to 1,000 cups of hot cocoa.

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From Snowflake, Arizona, to Santa Claus, Indiana, these are places where it’s Christmas 365 days a year.

From Snowflake, Arizona, to Santa Claus, Indiana, these are places where it’s Christmas 365 days a year.

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Robert A. Boyd Fine Art. Snowflake Arizona Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. #LDS #Mormon

Robert A. Boyd Fine Art. Snowflake Arizona Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. #LDS #Mormon

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Heritage Inn B - Snowflake AZ...getting ready for a week-end here <3
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