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Mission Statement
The Living History Association of North Carolina is dedicated to expanding and

enriching knowledge of the War Between the States and through its programs and services,

to bring to the American people a greater understanding of the

Persons, events, and places that formed our heritage.



Updated May 16th 2016


Mission Statement and

Core Values


How do I get into Reenacting


1860's Company History


Current Modern Company


Staff and Squad Assignments


Civilian Alliance


Militia & Home Guard


Company Research and Writings


Favored Links


1862 NC Hardee's PDF



Any questions on our drill-

please refer to this manual




Short Schedule


May 22nd


Memorial Day



New Hope Valley Train


July 22-24th



August 12-14th

Gettysburg NPS



See Newsletter for Details



In Memory of

Walter C. Hilderman III

January 31, 1949- September 26, 2015

“Let us cross over the river and

Rest under the shade of the trees.”

Stonewall Jackson



Check us out on!


Rally for the cause

Updated new on the

completion of our

1st flag preservation!


The 30thNCT's Appomattox Battle Flag

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Quick Links

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May- June

Newsletter Ready!






Now Recruiting for the 2016

(1861) Season





The Living History Association of North Carolina (L.H.A.N.C.) is a non-profit,

non-political educational organization that is registered with the

North Carolina Department of Archives and History, Historic Sites Section  copywright.2016