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See the The Financial Crisis: Timeline of Events and Policy Actions from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Take a look at Bloomberg, available in Lippincott Library or Huntsman Hall.
Type CCRT and then hit GO for the Credit Crisis Timeline
This feature allows you to graph key global and regional news stories about the crisis (from September 2007 to the present) against price performance data for a selected security or index.

Knowledge@Wharton has created a special section of their website, devoted to collecting their coverage of the financial crisis in articles, podcasts, panel discussions, and more.
For news clips and articles citing Wharton faculty, see Wharton on the Financial Crisis.

The Baker Library at Harvard Business School has created a special exhibit of historical collections on financial crises of the past.