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Heritage Programs

Sandhills Family Heritage Association's Heritage Programs align with an important part of the SFHA mission. Through these programs, we research, preserve and share information about African-Americans in the N.C. Sandhills.

We provide educational outreach through presentations and workshops, special cultural celebration events and special initiatives, such as our Oral Histories project and the "Healing From the Land" book,


Click the links below to visit the Heritage Program pages.


Check back for Upcoming Heritage Events

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African-Americans in the Sandhills Presentation and Workshop Series

Check Upcoming Events for scheduled activities or Contact Us to inquire about requesting Heritage presentations and workshops for your group or location.

The SFHA Story

The Historic Spring Lake Civic Center Building


The Promised Land Project Workshop

African American Connections to the Land


African American Heritage Keepers


Leave A Legacy Program


Healing From The Land Presentation


African American Stories of Manchester/Spring Lake and Spout Springs/Johnsonville


Slave Plantations in Spout Springs and Manchester

African-African Land Owners, Land Loss, Fort Brag and Reservation Lands


African American Stewards of the Overhills Rockefeller Retreat

African-American Farms, and Forests: Livelihoods, Income and Self-Reliance

Early African-American Landowners in the Sandhills

Community Asset-Mapping

Preserving Community Assets

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