Apricots and Apples

Apricots and Apples

Tom Marceau: If we were looking at this area in 1930, we would have seen lots of agriculture. In fact, most of the agriculture on the Hanford Site to

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Lawrence S. Myers, Jr.

Lawrence S. Myers, Jr.

Cindy Kelly: I’m Cindy Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation, and it is Wednesday, July 22, 2014. Today I’m with Lawrence S. Myers, Jr. to ta

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A Broken Promise

A Broken Promise

Rex Buck: I can only tell you what I've been told by my elders, from my father who was here and my grandfather, who was still living here. They had a

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Vera Comes to Los Alamos

Vera Comes to Los Alamos

Narrator: The Los Alamos Ranch School’s power generator building was constructed in the early 1930s. In 1944, the small stone building was conv

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181 Water Pumping Station

181 Water Pumping Station

Narrator: The abundance of cool, clear water from the Columbia River was essential to the B Reactor’s operation. From this pump house, the wate

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Denied Entry

Denied Entry

Narrator: Working on the Manhattan Project at Columbia University, African American scientist George Warren Reed noticed that white scientists were b

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Women’s Work

Women’s Work

Narrator: Scholar Jackie Peterson elaborates on African American women’s roles at Hanford. Jackie Peterson: Unfortunately, though, when most wo

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Introduction

Introduction

Cindy Kelly: Hello, I’m Cindy Kelly, President and founder of the Atomic Heritage Foundation. I love history, and you are going to love this. Y

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