9/11 Related Resources

Related Resources:

Then and Now Photo Gallery
National Geographic’s photographic story of that fateful day, the aftermath, the cleanup, and the survival.

Understanding America after 9/11
PBS’s Public Radio Collaboration AFTER 9/11.

The September 11 Digital Archive
The September 11 Digital Archive uses electronic media to collect, preserve, and present the history of September 11th, 2001 and its aftermath.

September 11 Television Archive
The September 11 Television Archive collection contains multiple affiliates’ television news programs, recorded live from September 11th, 2001.

Tribute WTC Visitor Center
The Tribute WTC Visitor Center offers visitors to the World Trade Center site a place where they can connect with people from the September 11th community. Through various mediums, the center offers "Person to Person History," linking visitors who want to understand and appreciate the Sept, 11th, 2001 historic events with those who experienced them.

Survivors' Stories:

TIME: September 11 - A Nation Remembers
Since 2002, TIME has followed 11 lives, which have been permanently changed by September 11th, 2001. Read their stories of courage, grace, conflict, and triumph.

NY Times: The North Tower's Final Moments
Accounts from survivors and the friends and relatives of the victims, leading up to the collapse of the North Tower.

NY Times: The South Tower's Final Moments
Accounts from survivors and the friends and relatives of the victims, leading up to the collapse of the South Tower.

Reflections of Sept. 11
Personal account and photos by suburban New York couple, who witnessed attacks on the World Trade Center. They relive that day's events, and the days following, in their own words and photographs.

The Works of Humankind
Don Perkal, a Pentagon survivor, wrote a first-hand account of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks, the week after. His riveting account relays what he saw and felt on that fateful day.

Memorials:

September 11th, 2011 marks the 10-year anniversary of 9/11.

The fateful attacks that day not only changed the course of history, but they also changed the way Americans lived out everyday life.

Ten years later, we still remember, never forgetting all that was lost on that day.

The construction still continues of various memorials throughout the country.

We invite you to visit the links below to find out more about each of these memorials and how you can pay tribute in your own way:

* National September 11 Memorial & Museum
* The Pentagon Memorial
* Flight 93 National Memorial
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