Terrorist Attacks on the U.S.
September 11, 2001
Daniel J. Evans Library, Government Documents/Maps
Mailstop L-2300, Olympia, Washington, 98505 phone: (360) 867-6251, fax: (360) 866-6790
The events of September 11, 2001, demanded a need for immediate public information. Federal and State government agencies worked furiously to make information pertaining to the terrorist attacks available as soon as possible. The Internet played an important role by providing data about the attacks as they happened.
Some of the after effects of the attacks included the removal of once public information from government websites in the name of homeland security and the beginning of a war against terrorism.
Below you will find links pertaining to the attacks as they happened in the days
immediately after the event. We hope these resources are helpful for
reconstructing the circumstances that led to the attack.
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