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    Amelia Earhart

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    Amelia Mary Earhart was a strong‚ courageous‚ independent woman who broke all female barriers to do what she loved‚ to fly. Ten year old Amelia was not impressed at all seeing her first plane‚ according to the family of Amelia. She said‚ “It was a thing of rusty wire and wood and looked not at all interesting. It wasn’t until Amelia attended a stunt-flying exhibition a decade later that she became interested in aviation. Amelia Earhart has inspired many people all over the world and will pass her

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    Amelia Earhart Biography

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    Amelia Earhart was an amazing pilot. She was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean (“Amelia Earhart”). Amelia was a very busy lady‚ from dealing with her personal life‚ growing up to have an outstanding flying career‚ and then attempting her last major flight. Earhart has set high goals for male and female pilots all around the world. Amelia’s family may have had problems‚ but they are what helped her in the long run. Earhart was the daughter of Amelia “Amy” Otis and Edwin Earhart (“Amelia

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    Amelia Earhart Theory

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    On July 2nd‚ 1937‚ a female pilot named Amelia Earhart vanished while flying over the Bermuda Triangle. Researchers have investigated the things Amelia did before her famous flight‚ the theories that have been put forward about Amelia’s death‚ and the theories that involve the Japanese. Amelia Earhart did many amazing things before her well- known “around the world” flight. To start off‚ she graduated from high school in 1915. Shortly after that‚ Amelia took her first flying lesson on January 3rd

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    Amelia Earhart has been inspiring women for decades. She has earned the title of a role model for all women. She never let anyone stand in her path for success. Amelia never gave up‚ or let someone tell her she would never be a pilot. She worked hard to become a pilot. Amelia Earhart is an inspiring women who deserves a national holiday. Amelia was born on July 24‚ 1897. I believe this date should be the day to remember Amelia and all her incredible feats. This day will be a national holiday. Amelia

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    Amelia Earhart Legacy

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    Amelia Earhart was the first ever female pilot to cross the Atlantic on an airplane. She used her passion for flying to conquer several social norms that were in place for women at that time. Unfortunately in 1937‚ she disappeared on a solo transatlantic flight and her body was ever found. She left behind a lasting legacy and the idea that women can accomplish just as much as men. Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24‚1897 in Atchison‚ Kansas. Her mother was Amelia Otis and her father‚ Edwin Earhart

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    Amelia Earhart Outline

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    Burton Informative Topic: Amelia Earhart (Introduction) I. As the plane swooped by‚ something inside her awakened. As a 10 year-old‚ having no interest in airplanes or flying whatsoever‚ a 10 minute plane ride changed her life and perspective on flying forever. Pilot Frank Hawks gave Amelia Earhart this ride‚ on December 28‚ 1920. Amelia Earhart is one of the most known pilots today. She broke 15 records‚ 6 being for men‚ because of this‚ to this day‚ we salute Earhart and her determination. If

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    Amelia Earhart Biography

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    including the American aviation pioneer and women’s rights advocate‚ Amelia Mary Earhart. Born on July 24‚ 1897 in Atchison‚ Kansas‚ Amelia Earhart from an early age began to show leadership skills as well as a tendency to cause mischief. Nicknamed “Meeley” by her parents‚ she would often misbehave with her sister‚ Grace Muriel‚ who acted as her “dutiful follower”. Their upbringing was rather unconventional because Amy Earhart‚ Amelia’s mother‚ did not believe in molding her children into “nice little

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    Amelia Earhart: My Hero

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    Amelia earhart is my hero because she was the first woman to fly solo across the atlantic ocean on an airplane. Amelia mary earhart was born on July 24‚ 1897 in Atchison‚ KS. She grow up with her sister Grace Muriel Earhart which was born 1899 and her parents Amy and Edwin earhart. Until she was twelve years old she lived with her wealthy grandparents alfred and amelia Harris otis‚ in Atchison‚ Kansas where she attended a private school. In 1909 she went to live with her parents in Des Moines‚ Iowa

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    Amelia Earhart: feminist

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    because I want to do it. Women‚ like men‚ should try to do the impossible. And when they fail‚ their failure should be a challenge to others.” Amelia Earhart was a revolutionist‚ daring to go where women were usually shamed from going. It was‚ and still partially is‚ a man’s world‚ but Amelia didn’t let that stop her from chasing her dreams. Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24‚ 1897 in Atchison‚ Kansas. Her father was an alcoholic and her mother didn’t want her around that‚ so most of her childhood

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    10-year-old Amelia Mary Earhart saw her first plane at a state fair‚ she was not impressed. "It was a thing of rusty wire and wood and looked not at all interesting‚" she said. It wasn’t until Earhart attended a stunt-flying exhibition‚ almost a decade later‚ that she became seriously interested in aviation. A pilot spotted Earhart and her friend‚ who were watching from an isolated clearing‚ and dove at them. "I am sure he said to himself‚ ’Watch me make them scamper‚’" she said. Earhart‚ who felt

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