Flight 93 National Memorial - Resources
By National Park Service
Sep 8, 2005, 13:12

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On September 11, 2001, the passengers and crew of Flight 93 courageously gave their lives thwarting a planned attack on our Nation's Capital. Flight 93 National Memorial will be a permanent memorial to the heroes on that plane. To further these plans, Congress passed the Flight 93 National Memorial Act on September 24, 2002.
Source: National Park Service

Learning Links

Flight 93 National Memorial Stage One Designs
This online exhibit showcases the designs submitted for a competition for the Flight 93 National Memorial which is being planned for construction in Somerset, Pennsylvania.
Source: National Park Service

Flight 93 National Memorial - Virtual Site Tour
Site tours were offered to registered competitors during the last quarter of 2004. This online site tour was created from photographs taken during this time period.
Source: National Park Service

Flight 93 National Memorial - Resources
The resources available from the National Park Service include competition updates, the manual given to design competitors, and maps and videos used for the design competition.
Source: National Park Service

The Official Flight 93 Memorial Site
This site has been commissioned by the Somerset County Commissioners, Somerset, PA with the purpose of providing one place for current news
and factual information about Flight 93 and the
memorial effort.
Source: County of Somerset Pennsylvania

Casualties of Flight 93
Forty- four people died on Flight 93 on September 11th, when passengers thwarted the plans of hijackers. See who was lost in this tragic event in this list from ClassBrain.
Source: County of Somerset Pennsylvania

Freedom Files
Explore the events of September 11th in this section of ClassBrain. We’ve assembled a number source materials on the events of 9-11 trying to make sense of a senseless event.
Source: ClassBrain

Freedom Files for Kids
These resources on September 11th have been specially designed and written for kids to help them understand the events as they unfolded on 9-11.
Source: ClassBrain

The Peace Barn: Flight 93 Memorial and More
The Bruderhof Peace Barn is a project of the 5th-8th grade students of the Spring Valley School in Farmington, Pa. These students have converted an old barn into a memorial for the heroes of Flight 93. In addition they have handcrafted the memorial benches for each passenger and crew member at the nearby Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville.
Source: Bruderhoff Peace Barn

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