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American History Preservation
1505 Mount Herman Road
Salisbury, Maryland 21804
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Welcome To American History Preservation

Preserving the very things that built this country

Our interest is driven by the totality of an item - design, aesthetics, production methods and materials, historical context, and association with those who defined an item's use.

American History

Knowledge of history is empowering. An event is but the furthest ripple of an ever-expanding wave that may have started eddying outward hundreds of years ago.

Non-Profit

All donations are 100% Tax Deductable. Help us preserve America. Donate today for a good cause, help us find a home for American History.

Help Preserve America

Our Country's future generations deserve to have access to all of our history, FOREVER. Please contact us with any artifact we are not aware of.

Our Mission

American Historical Preservation Group is dedicated to preserving, conserving and protecting buildings, monuments, or other artifacts of significance.

Over the years, many things that were part of rich history have been destroyed throughout the nation.

In the current age, many of our statuary, monuments and plaques are being destroyed or placed in storage.

We will secure and restore as many as we can and provide a place where they can be accessed and admired by generations to come.

Through Educational and Heritage Tourism Initiatives.

We will seek to inform the public about the neccessity of maintaining the artifacts and the importance they played in determining the course of our nation's history.

American History Preservation is always looking for Charitable Donations. We are a non profit organization and we rely on the public to reach our goals.

Featured Project

Two plaques honoring Robert E. Lee removed.

A plaque honoring a tree planted in Brooklyn in the 1840s by Robert E. Lee was removed on Aug. 16. The tree is next to a closed Episcopal church, and diocesan officials said they received multiple threats after the plaque was taken down. Another plaque was also removed.

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News & Events

Statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest considered for removal

12th Aug | 10:00 - 12:00

The City of Memphis is seeking to remove a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Confederate general, from a city park, but needs approval from a state agency.

Plans to remove busts of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson

19th June | 10:00 - 12:00

The president of Bronx Community College, Thomas A. Isekenegbe, said the school would remove the busts of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee from its Hall of Fame for Great Americans.

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