America’s Storm Warriors
The U.S. Life-Saving Service Heritage Association (USLSSHA) is an organization dedicated to preserving the history of the US Life Saving Service and early US Coast Guard.
No other group of historic American buildings is more endangered than our life-saving and lifeboat stations. To a far greater extent even than lighthouses, life-saving stations are still being lost and falling into tragic disrepair.
The USLSSHA is dedicated to providing communication among many preservation-minded individuals and organizations regarding such things as saving stations and preserving artifacts.
Check out our information-packed magazine, Wreck & Rescue Journal, detailing the many accounts of shipwrecks, saving lives, and preservation updates, among many other things. Members receive this intriguing magazine quarterly. We also publish all breaking news alerts on our facebook page to update our members on matters at all times.
We encourage you to join the organization today, get involved, and help save our history.
The association is a national nonprofit (501c3) organization dedicated to preserving America’s fast-vanishing lifesaving stations and early Coast Guard lifeboat stations.
Some of these National Treasures are endangered by humans and nature. Development and land reuse are pressuring local governments to tear down stations. Nature also threatens stations with beach erosion, hurricanes and severe storms. Read more about the endangered stations here…