Speaker: Dave Obee
Topic: In Search of Home: Migration Into, Out of, and Within Canada
Date & Time: January 4th, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
Virtually via Zoom
Noted genealogist, newspaper man, and storyteller Dave Obee will be our speaker in January.
Understanding the flow of people will help you understand how your family fits in the history of the country. In some cases, records are available in Canada and in other countries, but in other cases researchers will need to consider social history and traditional migration routes to understand the lives of their ancestors. Includes a look at the social history of the arrival of the railway, which helped bring massive development to the four western provinces. The railways brought settlers, and helped them get their goods to markets. The railway companies had a keen interest in bringing settlers, and ran colonization schemes designed to entice people to the West. Dave is the author of the book Destination Canada.
Dave Obee is a journalist and genealogical researcher who has written a dozen books and given more than 600 presentations at conferences and seminars in Canada, the United States and Australia since 1997. He is Editor and Publisher of the Times Colonist in Victoria, British Columbia. He has worked as a journalist in British Columbia and Alberta since 1972.
Dave’s extensive biography is at his website: http://daveobee.com/bio.html
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