Mr. Snyder is born to Joseph John and Amy Josephine Snyder.
Mr. Snyder receives a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from The George Washington University.
Mr. Snyder becomes an Army Intelligence Officer in the infantry division of the U.S. Army in Vietnam.
Mr. Snyder marries Sally Walker Snyder and receives a Master of Arts in anthropology from the University of New Mexico.
Mr. Snyder begins his career with the U.S. Civil Service Commission in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Snyder becomes an editor and writer for the U.S. National Park Service in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
Mr. Snyder becomes the consultant editor of Early Man Magazine in Evanston, Illinois and begins work as a freelance writer.
Mr. Snyder becomes the special project editor of Sea Power Magazine.
Mr. Snyder becomes the consultant editor of the Journal of Archaeoastronomy and Sea Power Magazine.
Mr. Snyder is appointed president of the Station at Shepherdstown in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Mr. Snyder is appointed president of Duffields Station in Duffields, West Virginia.
Mr. Snyder is appointed president and chairman of the board of directors of Atlantic and Pacific High Speed Railway, Inc.
Mr. Snyder edits “The Only Fight the Cops Could Not Stop,” and authors “Kenneth Westcott Jones Transport Menu Collection” and “A.D. 2025: Transportation in America.”
Mr. Snyder becomes the associate editor of Athena Review, and authors “The Phaistos Disc, A Commentary” and “Musings from a New Manse.”
Mr. Snyder authors “Fragments of My Fleece.”
Mr. Snyder authors “1859: Turning Point of the Modern Era.”
Mr. Snyder authors “Miniatures of American History.”
Mr. Snyder authors “Baltimore & Ohio: The Passenger Trains and Services of America’s First Common-Carrier Railroad, 1827-1971.”
Mr. Snyder authors “Maigret in West Virginia.”
Mr. Snyder authors “Maigret Times Three.”