Grieving Mother Fights for 9/11 Tree Memorial

Last week, the first of 400 trees recovered from the shadows of ground zero arrived at the Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum after being carefully tended in a New Jersey nursery. But one lone tree has been overlooked in a New York City park, without even a marker to note that it survived the national tragedy. The red maple tree was saved from 333 Rector Place and later dedicated to the memory of a 26-year-old investment banker who, with his Wall Street colleagues, had witnessed the planes fly...Full Story
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