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The Indian Point Heritage Project is a historical research endeavor committed to recording, documenting, and preserving the memories of the lower Hudson Valley nuclear power workforce that labored from 1962 to 2021.
The inspiration for the Indian Point Heritage Project was multifaceted. The idea to centralize oral history came from Dr. Conrad’s doctoral research into the concrete aggregate industry of Long Island and the Hudson Valley. While researching, he found a collection of oral history interviews of aggregate workers that labored during the 1930s to the 1970s. These priceless recordings are now our only vantage points into the work and life of . . .
To provide a digital archive for the preservation of workforce memories.
To expand awareness of civilian nuclear power operations and technology.
To build a community venue that encourages volunteer support and participation.
To create a traveling museum exhibit highlighting project participants and archival records from Indian Point.
Tell Us Your Story
Add your memories to this priceless archival collection and leave a lasting monument of your work, skills, and ingenuity. Click below for an interview request.
The views and opinions expressed in recorded interviews are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the policies or positions of the Indian Point Heritage Project, Entergy, Clarkson University, ConEdison, or NYPA.