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Entrance to Hamilton Cemetery
Hamilton Cemetery Entrance
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Historical Perceptions

Robin McKee has been featured in a front page story in the Hamilton Spectator. Here is the man behind Historical Perceptions and The Stories in the Stones. The article outlines Robin's extensive work and research as a Hamilton historian. We invite you to view the web version of this article at Robin in the Spec.

Robin McKee is a frequent presenter on topics of historical and heritage interest related to the Hamilton community. Groups or organizations that include such concerns in their meetings might like to contact Robin about the possibility of his making a presentation to them. Attached is a list of 30 topics on which Robin is prepared to provide presentations. To view that list select Robin's Talks.

“THE STORIES IN THE STONES”
HAMILTON CEMETERY Remaining FREE PUBLIC TOURS for 2017

October 21 (War of 1812 Tour)

October 28 (Civil War Tour)

You are invited to the
Remembrance Day Ceremony
at the “Lost Monument”
in the Hamilton Cemetery,
777 York Blvd. November 4, 2017, at 11AM
Wreath laying, singing of anthems, and a moment of silence. (Wreaths supplied)
The Hamilton Veterans Tour to follow the ceremony.
Contact: Robin McKee 905-544-9559 robinmckee3@gmail.com
Nov. 4 (Remembrance Event + Vet Tour)

Nov. 11 (Veterans Tours)

Location: 777 York Boulevard, Hamilton, Ont.
Time: 11 AM (Saturdays, unless noted)
Where: Gatehouse (across from Dundurn Park)
Duration: 2 hours approximately
(bring necessary food, drink, & clothing needs)

Join us for a lively, informative tour of
selected grave sites in historic Hamilton Cemetery.
No reservations necessary       Rain or Shine
Schedule subject to change

Hosted by: ROBIN McKEE
Historical Perceptions
www.hamiltonhistory.ca
robinmckee3@gmail.com     Tel: 905-544-9559
Sponsored by: City of Hamilton, Public Works

Historical Perceptions is the creation of Robin McKee.

Robin lives in Hamilton, Ontario, and has long been interested in his community's history. One of his particular areas of focus is Hamilton's cemeteries and the wealth of tradition and history which they represent. He regularly conducts public tours at the Hamilton Cemetery, 777 York Boulevard (across from Dundurn Castle). Each tour has a specific focus but Robin is always willing to answer questions and to share stories from his vast knowledge of the Hamilton Cemetery and the people who are buried there.

Robin McKee's "Stories in the Stones" cemetery tours commence from the entrance to the Hamilton Cemetery at 11 am and take place rain or shine. Be sure to bring the necessary food, drink and clothing needs. No reservations are required. There is no charge for the tours.




Robin has an interest in the many historic plaques that have been erected in the Hamilton community. As a new feature of this site, we have begun an expanding display of text and photos related to Hamilton's Historic Plaques.




Downloadable Schedule of
2017 Cemetery Tours


Hamilton Cemeteries


The graves of
Famous Hamiltonians


Headstone Art


Cemetery Etiquette


Links


Bibliography


Meet Robin McKee

Unless indicated otherwise, cemetery tours commence at the Gatehouse of the Hamilton Cemetery,
777 York Boulevard.

(Directly across from the public parking lot for Dundurn Castle.)

Tours run about two hours.

Historical Perceptions

Through Historical Perceptions Robin McKee is committed to discovering and sharing the history of the Hamilton community - particularly as it is represented in our cemeteries.

For additional information concerning any of these events please contact him at

905-544-9559

or via e-mail at: robinmckee3@gmail.com
Robin McKee looks forward to welcoming you on a Historical Perceptions
tour soon!


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