Jeff O’Den is an Emmy-nominated writer-producer, author, writer-director, historical documentary filmmaker, published writer (see July/August 2011 issue in Michigan History Magazine) and now has five short Civil War documentary films featuring compelling stories and many never seen before filming, photographs, drawings and more. Each 45-minute presentation includes an introduction and the film followed by a question and answer session.
“The Civil War & Underground Railroad Connection”
“Lest We Forget: Black Civil War Soldiers & Sailors”
“They Dared to Return”
“Your Ancestry & The Civil War”
“The Civil War: A Forlorn Hope”
Jeff is available as a presenter or speaker to museums, historical and genealogical societies, libraries, and churches and private groups on his popular films about the American Civil War. His historical docudramas have been seen by hundreds in historical museums, libraries, genealogical societies, Civil War Round Tables, churches, and private groups in the U.S. and Canada. Here’s a list of his lecture topics.
Availability: Black History Month & Year-round
Fees: Honorarium plus travel – negotiable
Contact: Jeff O’Den
P.O. Box 530070
Livonia, MI 48153
(248) 747-5807 (W)