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Publications and Merchandise

 

“1862: and Beyond”

OCS was successful in receiving a grant from the 150 People and Places program to assist in producing a booklet titled “1862: and Beyond” about daily life and events in Victoria in 1862, the year of Victoria’s incorporation. The British Colonist newspaper is the basis for much of the information, presented chronologically. Numerous annotations and biographies of selected 1862 arrivals provide more information about some of the people, events and places mentioned in the newspaper articles. Illustrations include archival portraits and photos of gravesites of key people in 1862 events.

The booklet is a special edition of the OCS journal “Stories in Stone” for Spring 2012. Members receive a free copy, with additional copies for $5. Copies have been provided to Greater Victoria schools, the Greater Victoria Public Library and local community archives.

To obtain a copy please contact OCS at 250.598.8870 or oldcem@pacificcoast.net.

Roster of the 'Fifty-Eighters'

Roster of the 'Fifty-Eighters' in BC


New publication by the Old Cemeteries Society. Copyright 2008. Available to OCS Members for $5.00 and $7.00 for non-members.
Add $1.50 for Canadian mailing, or $2 for US mailing.
Purchase at OCS tours, Munro’s Books, Fairfield Plaza Drugstore and Bolen Books.

Favorite Stories From Lantern Tours in the Old Burying Grounds

Favorite Stories From Lantern Tours in the Old Burying Grounds

Publication by the Old Cemeteries Society. Copyright 1998. Available to OCS Members for $5.00 and $7.00 for non-members.
Add $1.50 for Canadian mailing, or $2 for US mailing.

Favorite Ghost Stories

Favorite Ghost Stories


Publication by the Old Cemeteries Society. Copyright 1997. Available to OCS Members for $5.00 and $7.00 for non-members.
Add $1.50 for Canadian mailing, or $2 for US mailing.

Clothing

Sweat Shirts with OCS Logo
T-shirts with the OCS Logo

To order:
Phone: 250-598-8870
Email: Please add OCS, Old Cem or Old Cemeteries Society to the Subject line.

       




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