NMAH Story: Story
I witnessed September 11 at school in Michigan. I was in Social Studies when a senoir came in and told us that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. Our class got to see that second plane crash on the news. It was a shock to all of my classmates and teachers.
NMAH Story: Life Changed
My life has changed, I feel strong for my country and believe that my country feels more patriotic than ever. I also believe that I am now closer to my family, friends, and community.
NMAH Story: Remembered
I believe that everything about September 11, 2001 should be remembered: the rescuers, the innocent victoms, and any of the victom's families and friends.
NMAH Story: Flag
I didn't fly an American flag after the events of September 11, but my family and I did hang up a poster of a flag on our family room window. I do have more feelings about the American flag since the terrorist attack. I feel that more Americans are prouder than ever.
“nmah4893.xml,” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed March 25, 2023, http://kansas2012.thatcamp.org/items/show/40100.