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Tuesday, September 11, 2001, was a dark day in our country's history. Terrorists hijacked four U.S. airliners with many people aboard, and crashed into the two World Trade Center Towers in New York City, The Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. That plane was diverted from crashing into The Capitol building by the heroic efforts of those on board who apparently rushed the hijackers causing the plane to crash into the field saving many other lives. Everyone on board the four planes died, as well as many thousands of people in the Twin Towers in New York and The Pentagon in Washington, including firefighters, police, EMT's, priests, and doctors. This page is my little memorial to all those who died, who are still unaccounted for, and the families of the victims of this horrible tragedy.

Before 9/11, 50,000 people worked at the World Trade Towers and 150,000 people visited every day.
The last survivor was found on September 12, 2001. Of the 2,823 known dead at the World Trade Towers, only 1,102 have been identified.


Joel Meyerowitz is the only official photographer allowed in to Ground Zero to document in photographs the aftermath. You can see his extraordinary photographs here at IMAGES FROM GROUND ZERO.  When you arrive, just click "Exhibit."

Another website dedicated to 9/11 and telling the story through photographs is the US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS  WTC photos. The photos consist of the WTC pre-9/11, the September 11th attacks, and "Under Ground Zero."


"Read the Story."

In Memoriam - Remember The Victims

World Trade Center.
The Pentagon.
Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Let us never forget!

The Memorial Pup was created in memory of the victims of the 9/11/01 tragedy and their families.

World Trade Center Light Memorial - NYC 2002.
This beautiful picture was circulated through e-mail. I don't know who the original photographer is, but if you'd like to use it on your site, just right click and save to your computer.

This beautiful globe was made by The Nightowl. If you'd like one for your website, just right click on the globe and save to your computer!

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