Monday, 11th September 2006
9/11 Rememberances & Web Resources from Arlington County, VA Public Library & Elsewhere
As evening falls on 9/11 + FIVE, Ask.com has posted a special home page logo.
As many of you know, Arlington County, Virginia, is home to the Arlington National Cemetery, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Iwo Jima U.S. Marine Memorial and many other landmarks.
One of these landmarks is the Pentagon. To honor those lost at the Pentagon on September 11th, the Arlington County Public Library is offering many online resources including:
+ Photo Archive: Arlington in the Aftermath
+ Reading List (including several web-based documents)
+ Art Exhibit
+ Oral History Project (includes MP3 files)
Stories from dispatchers, firefighters, police, educators, citizens, county officials.
See Also: Witness and Response: September 11 Acquisitions at the Library of Congress
See Also: Pentagon Memorial Web Site
See Also: Flight 93 Memorial Project Site
See Also: Over 50,000 full text, full image articles about 9/11 (via NewspaperArchive.com). Access to the search tool and content (PDF) is free.
See Also: (Video) 9/11/2001 Press Briefing at U.S. State Department
Department of State headquarters offices in Washington were evacuated. Despite the evacuation, essential operations continued, and at 7:40 that evening, the Deputy Spokesman held a special Press Briefing at the Department's Washington Foreign Press Center.
See Also: CQ 9/11/Homeland Security Coverage (Free)
See Also: PA Sept 11 Library
See Also: LowerManhattan.info
See Also: Terrorism Knowledge Base Adds New Features Including Visualization Tool
See Also: Various Lectures and Discussions About 9/11 @ MIT
See Also: NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Report On Lower Manhattan And New York City’s Progress Five Years After 9/11
See Also: September 11th Resources and Archives
About 25 resources.
See Also: A ResourceShelf Compilation of 9/11 Resources That Were Compiled for the First Anniversary on September 11, 2002.
Many of the Links are Still Active