September 11, 2001 and Aftermath (archival content)
News Agency Reports
- Damage report from the city of New York (CNN)
- 3D maps of the damage to the World Trade Centers. Shows buildings destroyed, in danger of collapse, with major structural damage, damaged but stable, needs cleaning, and unaffected.
and Satellite Images of Disaster Locations
- Aerial and satellite images of the World Trade Center area and the Pentagon, before and after the attacks.
Comprehensive Web Guides
- America's War
Against Terrorism: World Trade Center/Pentagon Terrorism and the Aftermath
- Extensive collection of links on the September 11th attack, counterterrorism,
previous attacks, other countries, and background research sources. Assembled
by the staff of the University of Michigan Libraries.
- Academic Info: American
Studies: Terrorist Attack on the United States
- Includes news sources, various government resources, as well as links
to additional web guides.
- Yale University's Avalon Project has put together links and a database
covering the events of September 11th.
September 11th Web Archive
- An archive of web pages covering the events of September 11, 2001. Includes news and government sites, charitable organizations, memorial sites, tribute pages, and survivor registries. Also includes analysis and reports on the use of the Internet after the attacks. Browse or search. Commissioned by the Library of Congress with additional assistance from Alexa Internet, webArchivist.org, and Pew Internet & American Life.
- Finding Disaster Coverage At Search Engines
- Analysis of how search engines reacted to the terrorist attacks in the
United States. In particular, see the Search
Tips for guidance on how to effectively use the various engines. Last
updated September 12, 2001.
- Urban Legends and Folklore: Current Netlore: Terrorist Attacks on the U.S.
- Lists and debunks the hoaxes, rumors, and urban legends about the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
See also related guides on Bioterrorism and International Terrorism.