On September 11, 2001 both the United States of America and civilization as we know it were attacked. At this time, there are believed to be over 4000 citizens of 73 countries dead and many more injured. On September 14, a national day of mourning was declared and the following Virtual Market websites displayed an American flag and a link to this page.
Please visit these websites to gain insight into who these people are, that take pride in America and its symbols and mourn the loss of human life caused by this attack upon the civilized citizens of the world.
- Ann Meadowspring -- Children's Story Writer
- Calibration Plus
- City of Woodland, CA
- Coleman Thomas Randall -- Shakespeare Novels
- Davis Democratic Club
- Dr Lance B Johnson, Optometrist, O.D.
- Hanson Immunology
- Jerry Kaneko, DVM, PhD, (UCDavis) DVSc
- John Munn, Candidate for California Assembley
- Elisabeth Sherwin -- Printed Matter on the Web
- Fresh Produce
- Lamppost Pizza, Davis
- Megan Evans, mental health services
- Pets, Vets, You and Dr Sue
- Sue Greenwald, Davis City Council
- Terris McMahan Grimes -- Mystery Writer
- Testwise -- Teletext USA
- Ultra Clean Pool Services
- Virtual Market Enterprises
- W J Heinrichs, Inc
- Woodland Police Department
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