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The Museum is actively acquiring materials for its collection that help illuminate personal experiences during and after September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993.
On May 30, 2002, the Last Column, draped in the American flag, was removed from Ground Zero in an honor-guard procession to mark the end of the nine-month rescue, recovery, and relief efforts at the World Trade Center site.
Each year, we commemorate the May 30 anniversary through a series of programs and events. If you participated in the rescue, recovery, and relief operation, we encourage you to share your story and view some of our resources below.
The Rescue & Recovery Workers Registry documents participants in the rescue, recovery, investigation, cleanup, and relief efforts after 9/11 in New York City; Arlington, Virginia; and Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
Registered individuals are eligible for free admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
This is separate from the rescue and recovery workers mailing list and is only used for purposes of documentation and sharing your experience.
If you are a rescue and recovery worker or a family member of a rescue and recovery worker who died from a 9/11-related illness and would like to receive updates from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum regarding news and events related to this community, please complete this form.
This is separate from the Rescue & Recovery Workers registry and is only used for purposes of communication.
This dedicated space honors the ongoing sacrifice of rescue, recovery, and relief workers, and the survivors and members of the broader lower Manhattan community, who are sick or have died from exposure to hazards and toxins in the aftermath of 9/11.
Find links to resources, services, and scientific research about the ongoing health effects related to the 9/11 attacks.