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Make History: National September 11 Memorial & Museum

This moving site created by the National September 11th Memorial and Museum allows visitors to explore, honor, and learn about those who survived the events of 9/11, as well as those who died from the attack on that day or beyond. Visitors can roll their mouse over the thumbnails on the Make History homepage to see what each picture is about. The pictures will be categorized as a Feature Story, Location Search, or Topic Search. Click on the picture to be taken to a slideshow, video or both. There is a GoogleMaps streetview photo of locations near the fallen towers, shown as a background to the slideshow. Scrolling over the bullet points "Featured Stories", "Location Searches", or "Topic Searches", located above the thumbnails, allows visitors to see all the options available for each category. The small New York City map below the thumbnails allows for location searches. Visitors should click on an orange dot to choose a location, and then click to see the corresponding video or slideshow.
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