If disaster strikes, are you ready with a plan to save your family keepsakes?
None of us knows when the next fire, tornado, earthquake or flood may happen to us or our home. But we can prepare and plan ahead to save and preserve our genealogical records.
Learn from an archivist how to come up with your own disaster plan and safeguard your family research records from destruction.
Family Tree Magazine
Live Interactive Webinar
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 7PM ET | 6PM CT | 4PM PT
Attend this live webinar and learn:
- Home Archivists – simple steps to get started
- How to create a Disaster Preparedness Plan
- How to deal with Natural Disasters
- How to handle Man-Made Disasters
- Strategies for Digitization
- The importance of Climate Controls
- Tips from an Insurance Adjuster
- Ask the instructor your own questions during the live Q&A session
- PLUS – all registrants receive one-year access to the webinar recording!
Learn how to safeguard your family keepsakes against all sorts of disasters!
About the instructor:
Melissa Barker is a Certified Archives Manager and Public Historian currently working at the Houston County, Tennessee Archives. She lectures, teaches and writes about the genealogy research process, researching in archives and records preservation. She conducts virtual webinar presentations across the United States for genealogical and historical societies. She writes a popular blog entitled A Genealogist in the Archives and is a well-known genealogy Book Reviewer. She writes a bi-weekly advice column entitled The Archive Lady published at Genealogy Bargains. She writes history pieces for her local newspaper The Houston County Herald called From the Archives. She is a Professional Genealogist with an expertise in Tennessee records and she is currently taking clients. She has been researching her own family history for the past 31 years.