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    Amelia Earhart Biography

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    At a time when flying was not that popular, many pioneers stepped in to show the world the benefits of flying and what planes were capable of. One of such pioneers was Amelia Earhart. Born in Atchison, Kansas, in 1897, Earhart attended her first flying display in 1918. She went on her first flight in 1920, by 1921 had already soloed and by 1922 had bought her first plane ("Amelia Earhart: The Official Website", 2014). Earhart wasted no time in setting a record, flying higher than any woman ever had before. Earhart would set many more records, including two in a Lockheed Vega that made her famous around the world. Earhart was committed to aviation, she promoted “air mindedness” at a period when most people were incredulous about airplanes as a method of transportation. Earhart was the first woman vice president of the National Aeronautic Association, which certified official records and races ("Amelia Earhart: The Official Website", 2014), convincing the association to create separate female records due to women not having the resources to gain experience to properly compete against men ("Amelia Earhart: The Official Website", 2014). Earhart also petitioned Congress for aviation regulation endorsing efficiency and…

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    Amelia Earhart

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    Amelia Earhart, the first female aviator to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. We often hear of men setting world records or becoming successful, but rarely of the accomplishments of courageous women. Throughout her life, Amelia earned several awards such as the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross Award. She was an example to follow for many women as she broke stereotypical boundaries and faced many challenges with bravery. Amelia Earhart not only accomplished her dreams but also overcame prejudice and…

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    Who Is Amelia Earhart

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    Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897 in Kansas. Earhart was an American famous pilot. She was also the first female pilot to fly across the Atlantic alone. Earhart had to undergo a lot of challenges such as a transatlantic solo flight, other flights, and the challenge of her last flight. After Charles Lindbergh's solo flight from New York to Paris in 1927, his interest grew for having a woman fly across the Atlantic. Lindbergh had this interest because he was not sure is a woman could do…

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    Amelia Earhart Legacy

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    Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous women of history. Even though she is not with us today, her legacy will live on. She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and a few years later she became the best-known female flier in America. Amelia was one of the few women who stood up for equal rights for women at the time. In her free time she collected newspaper articles and pictures of women who were successful in male-dominated fields such as film, law, science, management, and…

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    airplane, and she instantly knew she wanted to fly. However, her life journey begins on her Birthday, July 24, 187, in which she was born. Her dad, Edwin Earhart, was an alcoholic did not have a stable job. Amelia’s mother Amelia Otis Earhart, would decide to send her daughter Amelia and her younger sister, Muriel to her mothers because of how unstable things were without Edwin working. Years after playing outside in the dirt and trees, Amelia goes back to her parents in 1908 at the age of 12…

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    Amelia Earhart Essay

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    Amelia Earhart is someone who disappeared on her flight across the Pacific Ocean and nobody has found her body or her plane. Amelia Earhart is someone who has accomplished many things like solo flight across the Pacific, she is famous for many things, and she has been awarded many things. There were many events that happened before Amelia Earhart became famous. Earhart was born in Kansas and was the oldest of two children. She…

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    Amelia Mary Earhart was best known as the first female pilot to solo fly across the Atlantic Ocean. Amelia Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and incredible author. She was one of few people that received the “U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross” for her flying accomplishments. Also, Amelia Earhart set many other records, for example, Earhart wrote a number of best-selling books based on her individual flying experiences. However, during her attempt to fly around the world in 1937, Earhart…

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    Amelia Earhart, who is known as the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, is a very inspirational figure for women. We chose her as our topic for this project because she is a daring, adventurous, differential, and confident woman. Also, Earhart was always willing to take risks, even though she knew about the dangers involved. Throughout her career, she has set many records and accomplishments as an aviatrix. This involved the great number of distance she covered by the flight and…

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    Amelia Earhart Theory

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    Many mysteries appear in both American and world history. There are many holes in history with missing information. It’s nearly impossible to know the answer to every unsolved mystery, but if society doesn’t try to further understand; we couldn’t possibly be successful when trying to fill in the gaps of history. One unsolved mystery that I found eye catching was the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Many are familar with Amelia Earhart’s accomplishments and what was known as her…

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    During the seventy-three years since Amelia Earhart had “vanished into thin air” many theories have emerged about how and where the famous pilot died. According to some researchers, new discoveries on the Pacific island of Nikumaroro may bring us closer than ever to the discovery of what might’ve happened to her. Amelia Earhart’s daring flight around the world was cut short when her plane, the Lockeed Electra, disappeared over the Pacific Ocean on June 2, 1937. Shortly after,…

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