Amelia Earhart Biography

Amelia Earhart

Title Desricption
Date of Birth 24 July 1897
Birth Place Atchison, Kansas, United States
Father Name Samuel Stanton Earhart
Mother Name Amelia Otis Earhart
Education Hyde Park Academy High School
Famous As pioneer and author
Died 5 January 1939

In Short

Amelia Marie Erhart was a famous American aviator and writer. She was the first woman to be awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross of the United States Armed Forces, this medal Amelia was given to cross the Atlantic Ocean alone. He also created many other records, wrote best selling books describing his flight experiences, and played an important role in the establishment of women's pilots' organization Nine-Nine. In 1935, Amelia worked as a temporary teacher in the Aviation Department of Purdue University, Indiana State, and gave inspiration to female students for advocating careers and inspiration from their love of aviation. He was a member of the National Women's Party Amelia disappeared along the plane near the Howland Island on the mid-Pacific ocean during her attempt to resume her earthquake in 1937. There is no news about them yet. His life, career and disappearing have become a center of attraction.

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