As major events, places, and celebrities' old photos have been digitized and published, the personal archives of people are still left buried in attics, closets, and basements. The present generation of seniors is the final one possessing analog photos of the 20th century and can still identify what is in them! The mission of The FolkHistory Project is to instruct senior citizens on how to digitize and manage their personal archives online while simultaneously creating a vast multimedia resource with their blogs, galleries, and books. If these priceless archives are not preserved now, they will be gone with their owners.
From the attic to the web, for the very beginners - we provide minimum necessary knowledge so everyone's grandma can create online gallerioes, publish books, and write her own blogs on FolkHistory.online!
Here Time has it's Location. Click on the Falkstory map and see... what was going on there once upon a time. This particular place was the center of the Universe for someone... once upon a time.
Click tags, say, “clothes” and see how people were dressed, how they furnished their houses, cooked, and ride whatever was rideble all over the world at particular time. Or at particular place all over the time.
We do FolkHistory by traveling from town to town with Digitize Your Memories offline classes. Lyceum Circuit - that how it was called in 18th Century in New England, where it started. If you have relevant scills and feel like teaching ans traveling, apply here.