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September 11 Web Archive [Web site] by The September 11 Web Archive is a collaboration between the Library of Congress, the Internet Archive and webArchivist.org. The sites and pages related to the terrorist attack are available through searching or browsing.
Publication Date: 2001
September 11 Digital Archive [Web site] by The September 11 Digital Archive from George Mason University, provides a record of the history of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the US and the public responses to them.
Publication Date: 2002
9/11 attacks [Web site] by History.com has provided a brief account of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack in which hijackers flew planes into New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Washington, in the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil. The website also includes interactive media, videos and photographs. Links are provided to related information.
America responds [Web site] by This site provides coverage of events of the terrorist attack on Tuesday, September 11, 2001 in the USA. The site has background information and resources for educators.
St Stephen's School would like to acknowledge the contribution of
Mrs Dee Cunninghame,
the original creator of this guide.
"Just two months before the September 11 terrorist attacks, Dr. Judy Melinek began her training as a New York City forensic pathologist. With her husband T.J. and their toddler Daniel holding down the home front, Judy threw herself into the fascinating world of death investigation—performing autopsies, investigating death scenes, counseling grieving relatives. Working Stiff chronicles Judy’s two years of training, taking readers behind the police tape of some of the most harrowing deaths in the Big Apple, including a firsthand account of the events of September 11, the subsequent anthrax bio-terrorism attack, and the disastrous crash of American Airlines flight 587.
Lively, action-packed, and loaded with mordant wit, Working Stiff offers a firsthand account of daily life in one of America’s most arduous professions, and the unexpected challenges of shuttling between the domains of the living and the dead. The body never lies—and through the murders, accidents, and suicides that land on her table, Dr. Melinek lays bare the truth behind the glamorized depictions of autopsy work on shows like CSI and Law & Order to reveal the secret story of the real morgue."
Source: Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Working-Stiff-Bodies-Medical-Examiner/dp/1476727252
Love Is the Higher Law by Bestselling author David Levithan (Every Day; Boy Meets Boy; Will Grayson, Will Grayson with John Green) treats the tragic events of September 11th with care and compassion in this novel of loss and grief, but also of hope and redemption. First there is a Before, and then there is an After. . . . The lives of three teens--Claire, Jasper, and Peter--are altered forever on September 11, 2001. Claire, a high school junior, has to get to her younger brother in his classroom. Jasper, a college sophomore from Brooklyn, wakes to his parents' frantic calls from Korea, wondering if he's okay. Peter, a classmate of Claire's, has to make his way back to school as everything happens around him. Here are three teens whose intertwining lives are reshaped by this catastrophic event. As each gets to know the other, their moments become wound around each other's in a way that leads to new understandings, new friendships, and new levels of awareness for the world around them and the people close by. David Levithan has written a novel of loss and grief, but also one of hope and redemption aAs histhe characters slowly learn to move forward in their lives, despite being changed forever, one rule remains: love is indeed the higher law. A MARGARET A. EDWARDS AWARD WINNER From the Hardcover edition.
Call Number: F LEV
Publication Date: 2010-08-10
Avalon project at Yale Law School
September 11, 2001 : Attack on America
From the Lillian Goldman Law Library "The Avalon Project will mount digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government. We do not intend to mount only static text but rather to add value to the text by linking to supporting documents expressly referred to in the body of the text.
The Avalon Project will no doubt contain controversial documents. Their inclusion does not indicate endorsement of their contents nor sympathy with the ideology, doctrines, or means employed by their authors. They are included for the sake of completeness and balance and because in many cases they are by our definition a supporting document."