Amelia Earhart: The First Woman to Fly

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Amelia’s Parents had a child, named Amelia Earhart, Amelia was born the 24 of July 1897 she was born in Atchison Kansas her mother is Amy, and Her father is Edwin, and her sister Muriel. Amelia had a hard childhood and her father Edwin, Drank and they didn’t not have a lot of money because their Father lost his job due to a drinking problem. They’re Mother and Father had a divorce unfortunately, Amy, the mother of Amelia, and Muriel, moved to Chicago away from their father.

In 1917 Amelia went to canada to visit her sister, and met a few world war 1 soldiers who had been badly injured during battle, She then changed her mind about going to college, and took up Nursing, working as a nurse in a Wounded Soldier’s Hospital.

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By 1920 her parents had gotten back together and moved to California, she then paid $1 dollar and went onto a 10 minute plane ride over Los Angeles As soon as we left the ground, I knew, Myself had to Fly! so amelia worked seven jobs to take flying lessons with Pilot Anita Snooks, soon Amelia would then be able to buy her very own plane.

By 1928 Amelia became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean but amelia was not the pilot of the plane, The newspapers ignored the two other men that had piloted the plane while Amelia received most of the attention.

Four years later she flew across the Atlantic on her own 13 hours and 30 minute record, She then became famous throughout Europe, and through the United States. A few years later she became the first woman to fly from Hawaii to California.

Finally in 1929 she participated in a Cross Country Air Race she had also founded an organization of Female Pilots called the Ninety-Nines. named after its 99 members. In june 1937 Amelia flew around the world, Her navigator Fred Noonan flew from Thailand to Australia, after taking off from New Guinea the U.S Coast Guard lost contact with the Plane, There was no trace from the Plane or its Passengers was ever found. 

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