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An indexed and annotated guide to September 11 resources on the web organized by subject. Please note that we are no longer adding to the Guide to Websites.


My Story: September 11, 2001
      This site was developed by an international consumer internet service provider, which claims that it will not take the site out of commission. It is a collection of over 300...[more]


Brainstorms & Raves: Attack on America
      Developed, designed, and written by Shirley E. Kaiser, owner of SKDesigns, this site links to several other websites. There are eleven personal stories from people who escaped...[more]


Slashdot: First-Person Account Of Today's Attacks
      The Slashdot site is a snapshot in time of what a very close-knit community of computer-oriented people were doing on September 11th in order to keep up with the flow of news. ...[more]


September 11 News.com - Archived September 11, 2001 News - The 9-11-2001 Terrorist Attack on America. Archives in Images, Photos, & Newspapers from the Sept. 11th, 2001 Terrorist Attacks at the WTC & Pentagon.
      September11news.com has a wealth of information available on their site, offering information or links leading to information on virtually every 9/11 topic. Featured are hundreds...[more]


Day of Remembrance, American Association of Museums
      In response to September 11th, the American Association of Museums and the Institute of Museums and Library Services have developed “Celebrate America’s Freedom: A Day of...[more]


September 11 Web Archive
      This internet library has preserved approximately 4,000 websites related to the September 11 attacks. The collection was commissioned by the Library of Congress and has been put...[more]


Legislation Related to the Attack of September 11, 2001
      This website is run by the Library of Congress and provides information on federal legislation dealing with the terrorist attacks. It lists all Congressional bills and...[more]


Here is New York
      “Here is New York is a non-profit foundation formed to conduct activities that promote the arts and provide assistance, relief, and support to world events.” This photographic...[more]


AsthmaMoms WorldTradeCenter
      This website is comprehensive in its scope, which is to inform people about the air quality and cleanup of the lower Manhattan area. The site is part of a larger site created by...[more]


Flight 93: Forty Lives, One Destiny
      Post Gazette staff writer Dennis B. Roddy wrote this comprehensive story on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in western Pennsylvania. The article profiles several...[more]


CBC News Indepth: U.S. Under Attack
      The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation website has a large portion dedicated to the terrorist attacks. This story is one of many that they archived. The site also includes...[more]


New York City : After the Fall
      Reflective and artistic, this site uses images, sound, movement, and text to give a sense of what it was like being in New York City following September 11. After opening with...[more]


September 11
      This is a collection of over 200 screen shots of news sites from around the world on September 11 and 12, 2001. There are links to books published on the terror attacks, a...[more]


Television Archive: A Library of World Perspectives
      This archive is a public non-profit library that offers permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to collections that exist in a digital format, particularly news...[more]


America on Alert
      Through this page, one can get access to powerful photoessays on September 11. Two of them are a series of photos by James Nachtwey for Time Magazine, and another is by Anthony...[more]


September 11 News
      A.D. Williams, a Canadian web designer put this site together. It is a comprehensive website. It includes links to timelines and images from September 2001 through September...[more]


September 11, 2001: A documentary project
      From the American Folklife Center comes this beautifally designed site offering a series of very good exhibitions: From the the Library of Congress is an online exhibit...[more]


Where Were You?
      This site features over 2000 compelling first-person narratives of the crisis, many from young people. These personal stories come from across the United States and a few foreign...[more]


Responses to Terrorism
      The Human Rights Project of Bard College established this archive of newspaper articles, essays, commentaries, and photographs. The first category shown on the site is Responses...[more]


9/11: Dreams, Lies and Videotape
      The Information Technology War and Peace Project at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University runs this site. This website is an internet driven archive...[more]


The Information Techonology, War and Peace Project
      Part of the larger Watson Institute at Brown Univeristy site, this subsection entitled INFOTECHWARPEACE has plenty of useful 911 information. After following a link to "911...[more]


September 11, 2001 Victims
      One of the best memorial websites, this site has the most comprehensive updated lists of the victims of the terror attacks. This list is arranged alphabetically and each victim’s...[more]


History Responds
      This New York Historical Society website includes seven photoessays from Magnum photographers: Paul Fusco, Thomas Hoepker, Larry Towell, Steve McCurry, Susan Meiselas, Gilles...[more]


The Fray
      The fray is a website dedicated to personal expression. The site begins with fourteen personal stories and reflections about their lives on September 11. Beyond these...[more]


Commemorate WTC
      A team of international web developers from a dozen companies developed this comprehensive website. The site has some unique features such as a flower wall where guests place...[more]


Legacy.com
      This tribute/memorial website is part of the larger legacy.com site, which is dedicated to preserving memories of the deceased with stories, photographs, and personal...[more]


H-Net and September 11
      H-net is an international group of scholars who exchange ideas, resources, and information. This is done primarily through the more than 100 electronic newsletters or lists on a...[more]


Port Authority Police Memorial
      This site pays tribute to the thirty-seven Port Authority Police officers who lost their lives in the World Trade Center disaster. Each officer’s photograph is posted on the...[more]


Irish Tribute: A Memorial to the Irish Victims
      Irish Abroad created this website as a tribute to people of Irish decent who lost their lives on September 11th. The site includes reflections, poetry, and Irish blessings, as...[more]


In Memoriam
      This memorial site was created by the Association of Flight Attendants for their members who lost their lives on September 11th. The site is organized by the four flights that...[more]


Terror Attacks of September 11
      Z-Net offers a massive collection of anti-war essays, links, and leftist political analysis of U.S-Arab foreign policy. Featured at the Z-Net site are 43 questions about Arab...[more]


The Peacemakers Speak
      This website contains statements from seventeen Nobel Peace Prize recipients. Each statement reflects the opinion of the Laureate and addresses questions of war. A photograph...[more]


A collection of firefighter political cartoons related to the World Trade Center Disaster
      A firefighter collected this set of over 30 political cartoons related to the World Trade Center. These cartoons capture the spirit of heroism and gratitude that the country...[more]


National Park Service: 9-11-01 Remembrance
      The National Park Service 9.11.01 Remembrance online exhibit is a culmination of materials collected over the past 10 months that document the involvement of National Park Service...[more]


Living Memorials Project
      Because of the overwhelming outpouring of community sentiment and desire to memorialize the tragic losses that occurred on September 11, 2001 the USDA Forest Service has responded...[more]


Thank You Rescuers - dedicated to the heroes who respond to the September 11 Attack on America tragedy.
      This website refers to itself as “the big thank you card,” and it honors heroes who worked as rescuers on and after September 11th. The site includes over 400 thank you messages...[more]


Cantor Families Memorial
      This website is dedicated to preserving the memories of the families, friends, and colleagues of the victims from the Cantor family of companies in the World Trade Center tragedy....[more]


NYCOSH: WTC Catastrophe links
      Extensive website developed by the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH), with summaries of reports and links to full documents on a wide range of...[more]


The Road Through 9/11
      This site has extensive chronologies of events throughout the world that the author links to the events of Setpember 11, 2001. The media sources of the information are provided...[more]


re:constructions
      The MIT Comparative Media community created "re:constructions - reflections on humanity and media after tragedy" in order to analyze, explore, challenge, examine, analyze, debate,...[more]