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.
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.