Would Your Family History Research Survive a Disaster?

As a web publisher (I run a popular homeschool website and manage the technology for my daughter’s competitive gymnastics team), I am keenly aware of the tragic results of digital data loss. As an amateur genealogist, I zealously guard my family history data (computerized files as well as old family photos and physical documents), which represents thousands of hours of work. I am zealous about protecting both forms of data, and I’ve come up with a 3-pronged approach for each. I hope this information will help you to consider how to best protect your valuable family history research. Read More »