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    A Hands-On Tribute to the Pain and Valor of 9/11, in Exacting Detail

    By DAVID W. DUNLAP
    Published: June 11, 2006

    There is that instant of horror to be relived, forever frozen in bronze. There are scenes of valor and camaraderie to be celebrated. There are names to be touched and traced: the Fire Department's 343 dead.

    But the most poignant messages of the first large-scale 9/11 monument at ground zero

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    Photo by Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times

    John Morabito, left, of Ladder 10, and Casey Clemente, also of Ladder 10, look at the newly installed memorial.

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    Memorial FDNY

    SAD SOUVENIR: Aric Tegtmeier, 11, second from left, son of firefighter Paul A. Tegtmeier, makes an imprint of his father

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    Honor for Son

    Bea Miller, 86, with her daughter Janice Testa, found the name of her son, Henry Miller Jr., Saturday on the bronze relief honoring firefighters who died on Sept. 11.


    Photo by Ting-Li Wang/The New York Times

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