Kuster Seeks Stories from Granite State Veterans for Veterans History Project
**The Veterans History Project seeks to preserve the accounts of veterans for future generations and is a project by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress**
Washington, D.C., February 13, 2019
Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) announced that her office is seeking the stories of Granite State veterans for the Veterans History Project. The project, which is run by the Library of Congress American Folklife Center, collects and preserves the stories of American war veterans so that future generations can hear directly from those who have served about the realities of war.
“Our brave veterans have made incredible sacrifices for our nation, and their service is central to the fabric of the United States,” said Kuster. “The stories of our men and women in uniform are the stories of America and they should be preserved so that future generations may understand the courage and valor of those who have served. As the daughter of a World War II veteran, I know that those who serve often keep their experiences to themselves. This project provides Granite State veterans the opportunity to share their stories and have them archived at the Library of Congress for all to learn from.”
More information on how to participate in the project can be found here.