The UVU Vietnam Era Oral History Project began in the fall of 2009. Our primary goal is to preserve the invaluable historical records for academic purposes of those, particularly in Utah County, whose lives were significantly affected by the Vietnam War and that era. Secondly, the project aims to provide opportunities for Utahns and others to learn about and appreciate the important roles of these participants in our history and in our society.

The UVU Vietnam Era Oral History Project consists of interviews with individuals who have been affected by the Vietnam War Era. Included in this historic project are veterans who saw active duty in Vietnam, and those who did not; the family members and friends of veterans; veterans who became active in Utah's civil rights, peace, and justice movements; those who were students during the Vietnam War era; civilian war protesters and community activists; politicians, and many more, all shedding light on that period of personal, political, and social upheaval by sharing their personal insights and stories.

If you would like to participate in the UVU Vietnam Era Oral Project, please fill out this brief questionnaire form.



Vietnam Era Oral History Project
(801) 863-7214