Local/family history slide talks, guided tours

These are 40- to 50-minute talks with 150+ slides. I plug my iPad into your digital projector. Rates negotiable.

Farmland to Suburb: The Development of an Oak Bay Neighbourhood. Made for the Oak Bay Heritage Foundation.

Captain William Henry McNeill and Family, Oak Bay Settlers. For the Victoria Historical Society.

Descendants of Matilda and William Henry McNeill. For the Victoria Genealogical Society; Friends of the Royal BC Museum.

Along the Way in Oak Bay’s Early History (1867-1906). For the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, at the Oak Bay branch, Greater Victoria Public Library.

The Wreck of the SS Clallam. For the Underwater Archaeology Society of BC.

Victoria Then and Now. For Carleton House, Oak Bay.

Diversity and Character in a South Oak Bay Neighbourhood. The Oak Bay Heritage Foundation’s fiftieth public presentation.

Ross Bay Cemetery tours: Victims and a survivor of the steamer Clallam sinking (1904); Community leaders; The fortunes of Oak Bay’s founding families; Victims of the Spanish Flu (1918-20); If These Stones Could Speak; The McNeill family.