NMAH Story: Story
I was not there, but this is how I found out. I was having a normal school day at Siegel Middle. In art, Mr. Hayes was listening to the radio. I did not understand, nobody did. When I got home, there were pictures all over the TV. I knew what had happened, but I didn't understand why. To this day part of it is still a mystery to me.
NMAH Story: Life Changed
My life has not been changed much. The only thing is that I feel like everyone has come together like a great big family.
NMAH Story: Remembered
It was a day that 4,000 people died because of terrorist attacks, and shall not ever be forgoten.
NMAH Story: Flag
Yes and yes. The flag means more to me now than it ever did.
“nmah4977.xml,” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed March 31, 2023, http://virginia2010.thatcamp.org/items/show/40140.