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The Living History Association of North Carolina, Inc.

 

    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.

 Core Values

1.  The Living History Association of North Carolina promotes, encourages, and participates in celebration of patriotic anniversaries of the United States of America and the Confederate States of America.

 

2.  The Living History Association of North Carolina is dedicated to preserving our Southern Heritage, remembering our forefathers, and teaching others about those who, forsaking all else, fought bravely, and endured the hardships for “The Confederate Cause.”

 

3.  The Living History Association of North Carolina respects the rights of all those who wish to learn more about their heritage.

4.  The Living History Association of North Carolina will perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who sought Southern Independence.

5.  The Living History Association of North Carolina honors those original 30th NC Troops who fought and died on the field of battle, suffered the confines of prison, and stacked arms at Appomattox.

6.  The Living History Association of North Carolina studies documents, relics, and records of American history and fosters patriotism and love of country.

7.  The Living History Association of North Carolina denounces racism, racial supremacists, neo- secessionism, hate groups, and any group or individual who misuses or desecrates the flags of the Confederate States of America, or its armed forces, or the United States of America.

 

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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