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What we saw

Author: CBS News.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A historical record of the events of September 11 and what was learned from them is culled from the CBS News archives and includes a full-length DVD of video footage.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: CBS News.
ISBN: 0743241908 9780743241908
OCLC Number: 50028610
Description: 143 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 videodisc (DVD : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Introduction / Dan Rather, CBS News --
Chronology of events --
Transcript, [8:52 a.m.] / Bryant Gumbel, CBS News --
The numbers : [descending the stairwell] / Bryan Charles (excerpt from Before and after stories from New York) --
[Filming FDNY's Engine 7, Ladder 1 and the terrorist attacks] / Jules Naudet, documentary filmmaker --
Transcript, ["continuing live coverage of apparent terrorist attacks in New York City and in Washington, D.C."] / Dan Rather, CBS News --
Transcript [of live coverage from Washington, D.C.] / Jim Stewart, CBS News --
Transcript [of live coverage outside the White House] / Peter Maer, CBS Radio News --
[Eye-witness to death and the fall of the towers] Harold Dow, CBS News --
Death takes hold among the living / Pete Hamill (from Daily News, September 12, 2001) --
[The biggest story of my life] / Steve Hartman, CBS News --
Transcript [of an interview with Lisa Jefferson, who took United flight 93 passenger Todd Beamer's call] / Cynthia Bowers, CBS News --
Flying blind : on that fateful day, two airlines faced their darkest scenario / Scott McCartney, Susan Carey (excerpt from The Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2001) --
Transcript : [experiencing the collapse of the second World Trade Center] / Carol Marin, CBS News --
A widow's walk / Marian Fontana --
Eye of the storm : one journey through desperation and chaos / John Bussey (from The Wall Street Journal, September 12, 2001) --
Transcript : [witnessing the collapse of the second World Trade Center] / Pamela McCall, CBS Radio News --
The way down / Michael Wright, Carl Fussman (from Esquire) --
A day of terror : a critic's notebook: live images make viewers witnesses to horror / Caryn James (excerpt from The New York Times, September 12, 2001) --
Americans tune in and stress out / Howard Kurtz (excerpt from The Washington Post, September 20, 2001) --
[Public School 89] / Byron Pitts, CBS News --
The inner strengths of a vulnerable city / Kurt Andersen (from Time, September 24, 2001) --
Smoke and stench cannot mask the strength to rebuild / Pete Hamill (excerpt from Daily News, September 13, 2001) --
In charge / Elizabeth Kolbert (from The New Yorker, September 24, 2001) --
Liberties : a grave silence / Maureen Dowd (excerpt from The New York Times, September 12, 2001) --
[Ground Zero] / Scott Pelley, CBS News --
New York dispatch : family room / David Grann (from The New Republic, October 1, 2001) --
Imagining the Hanson Family / Anna Quindlen (from Newsweek, September 24, 2001) --
City of ghosts / Tom Robbins, Jennifer Gonnerman (excerpt from The Village Voice, September 19-25, 2001) --
[Volunteers descend upon Ground Zero] / Ed Bradley, CBS News --
Not just another September Saturday / Manny Fernandez, Darragh Johnson, Neely Tucker (excerpt from The Washington Post, September 16, 2001) --
[Survivors] / Steve Kroft, CBS News --
David Letterman interviewing Dan Rather, CBS News (photo and caption) --
Portraits of grief : [daily memorial page in the New York Times] --
[Ridgewood, New Jersey] / Bill Geist, CBS News. DVD (ca. 118 min.): The witnesses: Attack on America ; Terror at the Trade Center ; Crisis in the Capital ; Line of fire ; Narrow escape ; Government crisis ; Terror trail ; New York 9-11 ; Ground Zero ; Red, white and blue ; Comforter in chief. --
The victims: The missing ; Shattered windows ; A town mourns. --
The heroes: Let's roll ; Towering hero ; America's mayor ; City within a city. --
The survivors: Back to work ; Children of September ; Band of brothers.
Responsibility: CBS News ; with an introduction by Dan Rather.
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To coincide with the first anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001, this book includes a DVD of footage of that day's events and news reports from CBS News archives.  Read more...

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