British Columbia
It's Our Own Proud & Unique History 
let's  revisit  it  together...
Our Talks and Dates for 2016

The Wild Mclean Boys. Murdering horse thieves of Kamloops 1879
This is a great true story with a twist...

We will present this audio visual presentation at the Maple Ridge Public Library February 20th. 2016 from 2 to 3:30 also.
At Terry Fox Library on February 27th. from 2 to 4pm.
The Wild Mclean Boys. Murdering horse thieves of Kamloops 1879
This is a great true story with a twist...
On March 5th. at the Chilliwack Library at 2 to 3:30 pm.
A young teenage ships Blacksmith, taken slave on the coast of Vancouver Island.
In his own words, what he experienced and shared to us two hundred years later.
Our Audio Visual History Presentation
Some folks did not think we had prohibition in British Columbia.
But we sure did!

Rum Runners, Moonshiners, Speakeasy's,
Yep it happened here too!
This is the story of B.C's battle between the Wets and the Drys...

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Remember British Columbia was the Wild West!

In 1879 a wild gang of horse stealing desperado's advanced to Murder.
They could ride like the wind and were dead shots.
One of the biggest man hunts in B.C. came to be.
This is The Story of The Wild McLean Gang and the Prices Paid!
___Just a sample of past Presentations___


The Monty Carlo of British Columbia.
She burst to life in the mid 1890's and was the first city in BC to be fully Electrified!
Wide open and wild 24-7 with Tin Horn Gamblers, Bordellos, Newspaper men, Two Railways all placed tightly between towering Mountains!
It wasn't all Gold in B.C. the Silver spent JUST FINE!
The whys and wherefores...

B.C's Road to GOLD!
The Cariboo Wagon Road in 1864

Miners, Gamblers, Madams, Bull Punchers, Mule Skiners, Sternwheel Captains, Road Houses and the longest Stagecoach run in North America!
Do I even have to mention literally tons of GOLD!
This Free Presentation is a must see with over 250 photographs,
videos & Oratory. 150 years in the making.
Time Travel 1864,


Steamboat Mountain Gold Rush of 1910.

Lower mainland towns got a badly needed shot in the arm.
When Gold was discovered close at hand.
The Rush spawned not one Mining Boom Town but Three! Was this just a flash in the pan or did the whole venture pan out?
Come see what all the excitement was about...

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Phone your local Library to book a British Columbia History Talk,
It all starts with your request.
Just a few posters of past Presentations...
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