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~ A man leaps to his death from a fire + smoke filled North Tower of the World Trade Center, on September 2001 in New York City after terrorists crashed two hijacked passenger planes into the twin towers.

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These 30 Photos From September 11, 2001 Will Move And Astound You

25 Most Powerful Photos # picture of the towers ablaze, and far, far below them, one woman wearing an expression of pure horror.

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Called "the darkest deed of the nineteenth century," the brutal 1857 murder of 120 men, women, and children at Mountain Meadows remains one of the most controversial events in the history of the American West. Although only one man, John D. Lee, ever faced prosecution, many other Mormons ordered, planned, or participated in the massacre of Arkansas emigrants as they headed through southwest Utah on their way to California

Lee shouted as he reached the edge of the border, one shot rung out and each military man turned to the one they were escorting and killed them. All 120 men, women, and children were killed and quickly buried to cover their tracks.

President George W. Bush embraces firefighter Bob Beckwith while standing in front of the collapsed World Trade Center buildings in New York on September 14, 2001. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)...

Ground Zero President George W. Bush embraces firefighter Bob Beckwith while standing in front of the collapsed World Trade Center buildings in New York on September (AP Photo/Doug Mills).

We published an image by freelance photographer Patrick Witty that for me best evokes that tumultuous morning. It is 9:59 a.m. and New Yorkers witness the collapse of the South Tower. Their reaction was mine

9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

Photograph by Patrick Witty A crowd of stunned New Yorkers witness the collapse of the South Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. TIME’s Patrick Witty took this photo twelve years ago. As the nation marks another year passed.

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Today, as we reflect on the tragic events that took place 11 years ago, we wanted to share photos and stories you may have never seen or heard before Above photo credit: George Weld

Remembering 9/11 With Indelible Pictures

Rising From the Rubble Photograph by Michael Conroy, AP On October nearly a month after the rubble of the World Trade Center's south tower still smoldered.

Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images "When you first see the image your mind interprets it as the death of a firefighter, as a man who has become one with a landscape of destruction and waste. But on closer inspection you realize that the man is sleeping on the rubble after a night of searching for his lost comrades. It is an image that could have come from the battlefields of the Civil War or the French trenches of World War I." (114)

9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

The Photographs That Moved Them Most ---- "The firefighter sleeping in the morning light on a pile of rubble" photo by Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images.

the Pentagon building burst into flames and a portion of the five-sided structure collapsed after the west wall of the building was hit by the hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 at 9:40 a.m

the Pentagon building burst into flames and a portion of the five-sided structure collapsed after the west wall of the building was hit by the hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 at a.

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The terrorist attacks of Sept. 2001 - Framework - Photos and Video - Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times

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