These include fascinating true life experiences of Amelia Earhart, San Francisco’s 1906 Earthquake & Fire, the American Civil War, Custer’s Last Stand, and the Ranchos of California. His lectures come from the books he creates through his company, The Paragon Agency, Publishers and his books are offered for sale on his website: SpecialBooks.com and at book stores and shops across the nation.
Douglas has given presentations throughout the United States, Canada, The Philippines, Latin America, and Europe. As an educator, he has taught from the fourth grade through community college levels, and he offers historical presentations weekly, to grade schools for free. He chairs the Board of Trustees at the Orange Library and History Center, and the Orange County Santiago Library System, and is actively involved in the curation of historic archives and photography collections.
He also frequently donates manuscripts, photography, and artifacts to museums in California. To request a lecture on one of his stories of America’s History, contact Douglas Westfall at his office, or reach him via email through his website.
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