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Synonyms for Earhart

first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic (1928)

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But University of Tennessee anthropologist Richard Jantz carried out a new analysis, published in the journal Forensic Anthropology, that "strongly supports the conclusion that the Nikumaroro bones belonged to Amelia Earhart.
Although she was tragically lost at sea while attempting a flight around the world, Amelia Earharts legacy still soars today, said Congresswoman Jenkins.
When she went missing, Earhart, 39 - flying with navigator Fred Noonan - was trying to reach Hawaii.
com/news/what-happened-to-amelia-9-tantalizing-theories-about-the-earhart-disappearance) popular theory that Earhart and Noonan may have made an emergency landing on Nikumaroro, then known as Gardner Island.
In the case of the Nikumaroro bones, the only documented person to whom they may belong is Amelia Earhart," Jantz wrote in the study.
Spring boarding from the foundation, policies and procedures set in place by the preceding successful Board of Directors, the new Executive Committee is energized and ready to kick off this new term with excitement," Earhart promises.
As a child, Amelia Earhart wondered why there were no horoines in her favourite adventure stories.
We selected Lincoln and Earhart because of their potential for inclusion in elementary curricula.
The Earhart Enigma: Retracing Amelia's Last Flight.
In 1928, Amelia Mary Earhart flew into the history books as the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
Earhart retired in February 1989 after serving at the Fleet Material Support Office, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, with 24 years of active service.
Now, his latest work, "Ordinary People Change the World,'' focuses on real-world role models like Amelia Earhart and Abraham Lincoln to help younger readers learn about and from authentic trailblazers.
Earhart mysteriously disappeared while flying over the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937, while attempting to fly around the world at the equator.
The Loose Women star, 52, wants to commemorate Amelia Mary Earhart, who vanished on the epic voyage in 1937, and is in intensive training for the feat.