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Grassroots organization that is using the Internet and word of mouth for information to be passed on about specific victims of the WTC and Pentagon attacks.
9News.com - WTC Kittens Will Be Put Up For Adoption
Read a short news article from Jeannie Piper about a cat and three kittens found in a basement of a restaurant under the World Trade Center wreckage.
Adida.net - Helping in New York City After Terrorist Attacks
Net service sponsors this resource that allows for reporting and revealing of loved ones missing in WTC attacks. Plus find info on how to help the victims.
AFL-CIO - 9-11 Disaster & What You Can Do
Long-lasting labor organization presents a listing of resources for people to help the victims of the terrorist attacks, plus the organizations press releases.
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of New York - September 11, 2001
Access a directory of resources for victims, survivors and people who wish to help in the wake of the terrorist attacks on America.
American Psychological Association - Managing Traumatic Stress
Learn techniques for managing traumatic stress in children and adults, and get informed about ways to cope with disasters like the US terrorist attacks.
American Red Cross - ARC Responds to World Trade Center
Read a press release from the American Red Cross that details plans to provide relief for the victims and their families.
Army Times - Help For Pentagon Victims & Families
Find vital information for assistance to victims and their families affected, when on Sept. 11, a hijacked plane slammed into the Pentagon, killing some 225 people.
Canoe CNews - Canadians Dead and Missing
Find a list of Canadians killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and a list of those who are missing.
CNN - Terror Victims' Families to Get $500,000 to $3 Million
US Justice Department said the families of the victims from the September 11 attack would receive at least a half million dollars in support.
CNN - Victim Contact Information
Provides contact information for airlines, World Trade Center businesses, Pentagon personnel and relief agencies.
CNN.com - Complete Tenant List of WTC Buildings
Access a comprehensive listing of business tenants, type of industry and the floor number from both towers and buildings 4 through 7.
CNN.com - Industry, Media Figures Among Crash Fatalities
Article lists famous victims of the September 11 plane crashes. Find brief biographies of such figures as David Angell, Barbara Olson, and Daniel Lewin.
CNN.com - War Against Terror: Victims
CNN focuses on the people whose lives were lost in the tragic hijackings and attacks on New York and Washington, DC. Includes victim lists.
CNNfn - Tenants Scramble to Cope
Find out about companies and government agencies affected by the destruction of the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
CoStar Group - World Trade Center, Building & Tenant Info
Commercial real estate portal lists tenants of the World Trade Center complex. Also see listings for alternative spaces.
DefenseLink - Department of Defense Updated Causality List
Read about people who lost their lives in the terrorist attack on the Pentagon. Includes lists of victims and persons unidentified.
Disaster Message Service - America Attacked
World Trade Center survivor and missing-persons boards contain some postings from people who have survived plus inquiries about people still missing.
EarthLink Networks - How Can You Help?
Examine a collection of resources published by an Internet Service Provider in the days following the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.
Eastern Studies Database - Free Educational Services
ESD has pledged one million dollars in educational services for the families of all victims of the New York World Trade Center or Pentagon attacks. Requires registration.
Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund - WTC/Pentagon Fund
Learn about the FEEA's efforts to raise money for the federal employee victims of the WTC and Pentagon terrorist attacks. This is a non-profit, non-govt organization.
Firefighter's Quarterly - Firefighers Deceased on Sept. 11
Access a graphically-designed list of the names and engine companies for each of the fallen firefighters confirmed deceased as of Oct. 4, 2001 from the WTC disaster.
FirstGov - Victims, Family and Friends
Find a comprehensive set of links to victim lists and contact information for airlines, New York and DC hospitals, and Pentagon and World Trade Center resources.
FOXNews - Important Contact Information Related to Attacks
Get a list of phone numbers and Web sites relating to the attacks on the U.S. Includes hospitals, airlines, WTC tenants, and government agencies.
FOXNews.com - Terrorist Attack Victims, Sept. 20
More than a week following the almost surreal disasters in NYC, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon, officials release the names of those officially identified as deceased.
FOXNews.com - Victims List, Sept. 11, 2001
Provides a central resource for locating the names of victims from the 9-11 plane hijackings, Pentagon, and the World Trade Center. In all, more than 5,000 people.
Frontier Post, The - Relative Asked to File Report with NY Office
Pakistani officials are urging Pakistani family members who had relatives that perished in the 9-11 attacks to file for death certificates with NY government.
God Bless America Memorial - September 11 Victims' Names
Unlike many of the victim lists created for the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist victims, this memorial also include mini-biographies for many of those who died in the attacks.
Harvard Alumni - Sept. 11 Message Board
Jason Whitlow, a Harvard grad, set up this message board for other graduates (far back as 1924) and undergraduates to report they're OK and offer messages of condolences.
Harvard Ed - Sept. 11 Personal Status Page
Access a database of names of people missing in NYC, with messages written by those looking for them. Many may have been located, so most recent dates are most relevant.
HHS Fact Sheet - Dust and Debris
Department describes health hazards posed by the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings, including unstable structures and dust inhalation.
I'm Okay Message Center
Survivors of the World Trade Center and Pentagon disasters can post their names to let others know they're OK. Users can search by last name.
In Memory of WTC - NYC Area Hospitals
Access an alphabetical listing of more than 50 New York City area hospitals, most with direct links to the hospital Web resource.
Indian Embassy - Terrorist attacks on World Trade Center
Provides links for people seeking information about Indian nationals affected by the terrorist attacks of September 11th.
International Union of Police Assns - Police Killed/Missing, 9-11
Presents a list of 23 officers' names, as of Sept. 20, reported killed or missing as a direct result of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
MSN - World Trade Center and Pentagon Survivors Post Names
Has an index of Web sites where survivors of the terrorist attacks can post their names and let their families know they are OK.
MSNBC - Lists of the Victims
World Trade Center and Pentagon victims' names are released by officials as the country comes to grips with the tragedy.
MSNBC.com - Victims of September 11, 2001
Producers and reporters from MSNBC have put together this tribute to the memory of the victims of 9-11. Browse by location, flight or name.
National Association of School Psychologists - Sept. 11 Crisis
Offers parents and educators resources and tools to minimize the stress children feel following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and nation's military mobilization.
National Organization for Victim Assistance - 9-11 Response
Check out an official statement about the terrorist attacks, plus resources and references for survivors of loved ones lost on September 11.
National Organization for Victims Assistant - Responses To Terror
Learn about the physical symptoms of shock and the lingering psychological affects on people involved in the Sept. 11 tragedies.
New York Public Library - Emergency Information
Guide for survivors of the attacks on the World Trade Center includes emergency assistance and missing person hotlines. Also find links to charitable organizations.
New York Times, The - AP Partial List of Attack Victims
Presents one of the first lists of passengers and crew members killed on all four hijacked airliners. Includes names, ages, cities of residence, and occupations.
Newsday.com - Victims: A Portrait of America
Presents short biographies of victims from 9-11, including firemen, a chaplain, a tech executive, a flight attendant, and a number of pilots.
ny.com - World Trade Center Survivor Database
Displays the official World Trade Center survivor list, which lists more than 10,000 people, sorted by last name and with each person's condition.
NY.com - WTC Disaster Contact Information
Compiles vital information and contacts about the WTC disaster and aftermath all in one place. With updated victim details, transportation info and donations.
NYC Labor Council Emergency Information
Access a toll-free support line, plus a clearinghouse of info on the AFL-CIO reaction to the WTC disaster. Also, donate to the relief fund, give blood or volunteer.
NYC Police Department - World Trade Center Info Center
Provides a comprehensive directory of resources for victims and survivors and their families, plus govt agencies, grief counseling and donations.
NYC.gov - Death Certificate Information
Provides information about obtaining death certificates in NYC for loved ones lost in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. Offers various forms in PDF format.
NYC.gov - Find A Loved One Emergency Information
Serves as the primary Web resource for information about victims and survivors, plus DNA collecting, help for visiting loved ones, and locator lists.
NYCC.com - WTC Disaster Resources
Combines a diverse collections of resources for victims and families of the Sept. 11 crisis, including how to help donate and news updates of local NYC drives.
ODMG.org - WTC Memorial Services
Get the latest updates on funerals and memorial services for officers killed in the World Trade Center disaster, and learn how to help the families.
OK City Nat'l Memorial Institute For The Prevention Of Terrorism
Organization formed after the Oklahoma City bombing of 1993 offers its condolences to the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, plus resources for victims and their families.
People.com - New York City, Stories From Those Who Escaped
Read harrowing accounts from individuals who escaped the fire, smoke, and collapse of the World Trade Center towers. Includes poignant photographs from the scene.
PlanetOut - Gay Passenger May Have Foiled Hijackers
Article speculates about the identity of the passengers who planned to resist the hijackers in the flight that crashed in Pennsylvania.
Serves as a polling center for reports of known survivors and as a place where people can submit inquiries about those who are still missing.
Salvation Army, The - Missing Persons Search
In special circumstances, the Salvation Army will attempt to help people locate missing loved ones using a number of methods. Read the guidelines.
Senator Clinton - Victims & Families Information
Presents a directory of links to vital resources for victims and their families of the NYC terror attacks. Presented by Sen. Hillary Clinton's office.
SeptEleven Wiki
Displays a growing wiki-driven resource that allows people to list the surnames of survivors from the World Trade Center attacks. Gives tips on how the public can help.
September 11 Victims - Info & Dedication Page
Access a collection of resources for the victims of the tragedies of September 11, 2001. Includes links, resources, listings, discussions and news updates.
Shunn Net - Survivor Lists
Lists vital contacts for victims' families and those looking for survivors of the attacks.
Stanford University School of Medicine - Coping with the Stress
Researchers at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. are asking for volunteers to help them understand how people coped with the Sept. 11 attacks on America.
Staten Island Victims Relief Fund - Emergency Contacts/Resources
Presents a listing of emergency phone numbers, Web resources and other contacts to locate information about a loved one.
Time.com - All His Office Mates Gone
Profiles Howard Lutnick, CEO of the firm Cantor Fitzgerald, who anguishes that he was not at work when the plane hit the north tower. Seven hundred employees perished.
Uniformed Firefighters Assn of Greater NY - Calendar of Services
Offers a list, as of Oct. 5, 2001, of a calendar of wakes, funerals and memorial services for firefighters who perished at the WTC on Sept. 11. With contribution details.
United World Colleges - September 11 Victim/Survivor List
Presents a long listing of UWC graduates - many in New York - from around the world reporting they're OK, plus messages by people looking for information on individuals.
US Army - America Attacked
Presents a listing of daily reports released by the Department of Defense of casualties from the Pentagon attack, plus related stories.
US Dept. Of Justice - Office For Victims Of Crime 9-11 Response
Presents resources and assistance available to the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the US. Also offer direct contact number.
US Dept. of Justice - Public Safety Officers' Benefits Program
Provides an overview and detailed information about benefits available to the survivors of public safety officers, with a special notice of those lost on September 11.
US State Department - Visa Wavier For Foreign Nationals Family
Provides a list of countries from which foreign nationals who are family members of terrorist attacks victims can apply for an expeditious 90-day waiver to visit the US.
USA Today - Casualties From Terrorist Attacks
Newspaper presents the grim statistics on people identified as killed by the airplane crashes and attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.
Village Voice - For Whom the Bell Tolls
Find descriptions of the missing and the dead from the devastating attacks on the World Trade Center towers on September 11th.
Village Voice, The - The Wailing Wall
Provides a description of New Yorkers' massive search for people lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center. Includes photos.
WABC-TV - Area Hospitals Begin To Deal With Tragedies
Find out how NYC area hospitals dealt with the victims, mostly with extreme burns, who made it out alive of the WTC disaster.
Wall Street Journal, The - Look at World Trade Center Tenants
Detailed list of World Trade Center tenants has an alphabetical index of companies and firms, with tower and floor locations and the latest status of employees.
Washington Post Online, The - The Human Toll
Database of victims, some with bios, will be continuously updated. Search by name for those missing.
Washington Post Online, The - World Trade Center Tenants
Provides a list of the businesses that had offices in Tower 1 and Tower 2 of the World Trade Center.
WebMD - National Tragedy: People Are Talking, Experts Respond
Health resource gives advice on coping, tips on helping children deal with terrorism, and audio files with more help on dealing with the Sept. 2001 attacks.
World Trade Center Aftermath Official Web Site
Established as a central resource for friends and family members of those deceased or missing from the WTC disaster site. Also includes links to more resources.
World Trade Center Hospital Victims Database
Access a form and simply type in a first and last name to find out if there is any information of that person visiting a New York or New Jersey hospital.
World Trade Center Victim Locator
Survivors can post pictures of missing victims from the World Trade Center, information on the victim, how to be contacted, and also remove the individual once located.
WPIX-TV News.com - Partial Victims List, Sept. 16
Check out a partial list of confirmed fatalities and reported missing from WTC, Pentagon and two of the hijacked flights.
WTC Families Organization
After initially compiling information on names of missing and accounted for, the owners of this site decided instead to write their feelings about the WTC disaster.
WTC Remembrance Book
Offers a tribute to the victims of Sept. 11 from a Java Web directory company. Includes resources, photos and remembrances.

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