Did Amelia Earhart have freckles?
Yes, this may have been due to Acne Rosatia. She also had very small breasts, the jokesters had it ( Electra had battery terminals, not breasts!) She was very sensitive about both issues, and hired a photographer who would use special camera angles to avoid the chest region, unless she had a trench coat, sweater or some flying togs.
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Amelia Earhart (1897-1937?) was the first woman to fly across theAtlantic ocean solo. On an attempt to fly around the world, her plane went down in thePacific Ocean and the whereabouts of her body (and that of hernavigator Fred Noonan) are still unknown. Some believe that theyhave found her bones on… a small atoll called Nikumaroro (GardnerIsland) near Tuvalu. See the Earhart related link for more info. (MORE)
Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. She also broke many aviation records, like the woman's speed record of 100km and the woman's altitude record of 1400 feet.
Amelia Earhart disappeared 2 July 1937 and was declared dead 5 January 1939. Her plane went down over the Pacific Ocean during an attempt to fly all the way around the world. Another Answer Since she disappeared, that is not known. God knows and advanced extraterrestrial species might know as …well. Amelia Earhart disappeared July 2, 1937 and was declared dead January 5, 1939. She disappeared while making an attempt to fly completely around the world. Her plane went down over the Pacific Ocean. (MORE)
Amelia Eahart was a woman pilot. She was born in 1897 in Atchison,Kansas. She started practicing attempts to break world records in1922. She set a record of women's altitude, which was 14,000 ft. Itwas broken a few weeks later by Ruth Nichols. Then, on April 27,1926, she got a phone call from Captai…n H.H. Railey. He asked herif she wanted to be the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Shewas the both the first woman to fly across the Atlantic (1928) andlater the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic (1932). Amelia made many flights throughout her life. She somehowdisappeared over the Pacific Ocean while on a flight around theworld in 1937. Over the years many unconfirmed sightings have been reported...andmany theories abound. Among those theories: . Amelia was on a spy mission authorized by President Rooseveltand was captured . She purposely dove her plane into the Pacific . She was captured by the Japanese and forced to broadcast toAmerican GI's as "Tokyo Rose" during World War II . She lived for years on an island in the South Pacific with anative fisherman . In 1961 it was thought that the bones of Amelia and Noonan hadbeen found on Saipan but they turned out to be those of Saipannatives. -- She was a noted American aviation pioneer, and author. Earhart wasthe first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross. awardedfor becoming the first aviatrix to fly solo across the AtlanticOcean. She set many other records, wrote best-selling books abouther flying experiences, and was instrumental in the formation ofThe Ninety-Nines, an organization for female pilots. During anattempt to make a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937,Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan left New Guinea anddisappeared over the central Pacific Ocean near Howland Island.Fascination with her life, career and disappearance continues tothis day. (MORE)
As far as is known she was NOT a College Graduate though she was qualified as a Nurses Aide having taken courses at Columbia and possibly some (Field) work at Columbia-Presbyterian hospital . She did work in Veterans" Hospitals during the war, this bringing her into contact with airmen, so the story… goes. (MORE)
I think there is a museum in the Bay Area that has an early color portrait photo of her taken shortly before her take-off from Oakland Ca in 1937.
she felt compelled to leave school when visiting her sister in Toronto, Canada and enlisted as a nurse's aid tending to wounded soldiers during WW I.
Amelia Earhart was the first female to fly by herself across theAtlantic Ocean. She was attempting to fly across the world whenevershe disappeared in the 1930s.
She disappeared in the Pacific Ocean, while on her way to Howland Island, as part of a 1937 effort to fly around the world. To this day, her body has never been found, nor has her plane.
Amelia Earhart liked to show the world that women could do what ever men could.
it crashed about 100 miles off Howland Island in the pacific ocean. she died on July, 2 1937
No one knows exactly why Amelia Earhart disappeared. What is knowns in that she was flying from New Guinea to Howland Island in the spring of 1937, but never landed at Howland. She radioed ahead saying that she was flying into a storm, and that she could not tell how big it was. She was never heard …from again, and her plane never reached Howland. Many theories, including ones as simple as her plane simply ran out of gas and crashed, and ones as complex as Earhart having a double identity as an American spy who crashed on a Japanese island and was executed by the Japanese, have arisen since her disappearance. (MORE)
She spoke a lot for women's rights and really ya'll this website isn't going to help you much because anyone can put just anything out there and your not going to know if its true or not so I suggest you find a different source if your looking for hard core information, see ya.
she wasn't married at all jk it was George Palmer Putnam, the publisher. later divorced c.l935.
They got married in 1931. They got married when George Putman, a publisher wrote a article about her and they somehow got married.
No, and she was lost quite awhile ago. If she was found today (April, 2008), she would be 110 years old. Some items that are believed to have belonged to her were found on an island in the south Pacific, but there was no sign of her body. it is a mystery because they can't until they find her airpla…ne parts. (MORE)
During her flying career, she mostly flew alone; and all her records, set between 1928 and 1937, were set while flying alone. \n. \nIn her last flight, she flew not alone but with navigator Fred Noonan. They flew until Amelia had lost signal went and called for help while piloting the plane. They …they went missing and their are many theories to what happened to them - one of which is they were captured by the Japanese. (MORE)
The possibillity of infertility exists. She had small breasts and this was difficult to hide in posed photos. Amelia had to hire a professional photographer to more or less control camera angles. In a different angle altogther , Sophia Loren has to dodge being photographed from the profile, which re…sembles, some say ( A Schnozz like a Wooly Mammoth!- Well Sophia was the goddess of wisdom, an elephant never forgets? As of say 2003 , Amelia"s portrait photographer was still alive, and was consulted in one of the recent (factual) tomes on the lost aviatrix.\n. \nUPDATE\n. \nIf to judge on the available evidence and memories of those who knew her, and the serious scholar biographic works, there is no any evidence or indication there that she was "physically sterile".\nShe didn't have children; however this is not a proof of anything yet - as she was a modern professional educated woman well aware about the ways to control such things.\nIt is also known that she dreamed about "to make a baby" but systematically postponed it because of professional life and plans. There are also some evidence that she planed to have a child after returning from her 1937 World Flight, and even some indications that she could start the flight being already pregnant. (MORE)
Amelia Earhart loved outer space and teaching school to little kids that is what she loved..
Amelia was famous in the field of solo flights and creating longdistance records. She was also noted for encouraging women'saviation in general.
I believe she became famous from being the first female aviator to fly across the atlantic ocean solo. . Amelia first became famous for her flying feats in 1922 when she created a record altitude of 14,000 ft in her Kinner Airster. By the time she flew solo across the Atlantic she was already famou…s.. (MORE)
Muriel was the younger sister of the famous Amelia. She was among other things a teacher and writer, and penned two books (long after Amelia was gone) on her (Courageous sister)- indeed the title of one of the books. Muriel only died within the past ten years- around 2000 or so. She was in her ninet…ies. (MORE)
Amelia Earhart died because her airplane ran out of fule and she was passing an ocean and her airplane sank and she did not know what had happpend and got out she did not hold her breath or anything and died.
Amelia was always the girl that had the brains and the looks, well people started to think she was crazy when she said that she wanted to be a pilot.
Molly Pitcher (grandma) Edwin Earhart (father) Amy pitcher Earhart (mother) muriel Earhart (sister) Adam eahart (grandpa) that's all i remember! sorry!
These are some famous quotes by Amelia Earhart: Adventure is worthwhile in itself. Better do a good deed near at home than go far away to burn incense. Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace. Flying might not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price. I wa…nt to do it because I want to do it. In soloing - as in other activities - it is far easier to start something than it is to finish it. Never do things others can do and will do if there are things others cannot do or will not do. Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn't be done. Obviously I faced the possibility of not returning when first I considered going. Once faced and settled there really wasn't any good reason to refer to it. Please know that I am aware of the hazards. I want to do it because I want to do it. Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be a challenge to others. The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be one's appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship. The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure , the process is its own reward. The most effective way to do it, is to do it. The woman who can create her own job is the woman who will win fame and fortune. There are two kinds of stones, as everyone knows, one of which rolls. There is so much that must be done in a civilized barbarism like war. Women must pay for everything. They do get more glory than men for comparable feats, but, they also get more notoriety when they crash. Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail their failure must be but a challenge to others. (MORE)
Lotar Putnam was a nephew . Also:. David Morrissey and Amy Morrissey Kleppner are her nephew andniece. They are the two children of Grace Muriel Earhart Morrissey(Amelia's younger sister) and her husband Albert Morrissey. . "In June, 1929, Muriel married Albert Morrissey, a World War Iveteran, …who died in 1978. They had two children, David, nowdeceased, and Amy Morrissey Kleppner of Silver Spring,Maryland. Grandchildren include James Morrissey of Oakland, CA; SuzanneMorrissey of Nahant, MA; Ellen Looney of Wakefield, MA; PaulMorrissey and Caroline Morrissey of Lynn, MA; Bram Kleppner ofBurlington, VT and Caleb Kleppner of Mill Valley, CA." . (MORE)
Amelia Earhart is most famous for the mysterious circumstances of her death. She disappeared somewhere in the South Pacific near the end of second her around-the-world flight. She was also the first women to fly solo around the world before this incident happened.
Probably not. Most historians believe she died when her plane crashed in the Pacific Ocean, while she was flying to Howland Island, as part of her effort to make a flight around the world in 1937. It is very unlikely she was able to get to Japan.
She authored the books 20 Hours, 40 Minutes (about her first trans-Atlantic flight) and The Fun of It.
Amelia Earhart flew across the Atlantic Ocean by herself showing that women can do anything that men can do.
She was the first women to ever fly over the atlantic. Go to wikipedia.com keyword: Amelia Earhart.
The last radio transmission from Amelia Earhart was at 8:45am on3rd July 1937 at an abandoned island; the search was called off on19th July when the US Navy pronounced her 'lost at sea'. ("Great Unsolved Mysteries" John Canning 1984 p.165, 168)
Well, she went missing in 1937 when she was about 40. That was over 70 years ago. What are the chances she she lived to be 110?
some important quote for amelia is the most effective way to do it is to do it.
Earhart was the first woman to receive the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross,  awarded for becoming the firstaviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.  She set many other records,  wrote best-selling books about her flying experiences and was instrumental in the formation of The Nine…ty-Nines, an organization for female pilots. (MORE)
Amelia Earheart died in 1937, but no one knows exactly where she died. They found her plane, but not her.
I would assume that it was because she liked the challenge and it made her feel free. Most pilots feel that way.
Yes, and I have one. It is from her days as Aviation Editor of Hearst International Cosmopolitan Magazine.
ok we dont know if she is found yet cause we havent heard anything but since it was in the 1937s it is a long time ago but i do think they found her
Amelia Earhart was a famous pilot because she was the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
Ms. Earhart and Frederick Noonan, her navigator, disappeared after leaving New Guinea for Howland Island in the Pacific Ocean, while attempting to circle the globe. It is not known for sure that they crashed, but it is presumed they went down near Howland Island due to extremely poor visibility - th…at is, they probably were unable to find the island and could possibly have run out of fuel in the search. In any case, no trace of them or the airplane was ever found. (MORE)
Amelia earheart had a acsent she was a tomboy so really she must of had a girl voice but it must have been boyish.
Amelia Earhart disappeared on July 2,1937 during a flight. Two years later, people called off the search for Amelia and declared her dead.
nobody knows how she disappeared some people think she was a spy and the japan's took her and put her in a secret place and then died and some people think she was just an explorer who missed where she wanted land on or ran out of gas these are some of the ways she disappeared
Nobody is sure where she disappeared or why. Most people say she crashed and died in the ocean, though people come up with intricate and convoluted possibilities.
She wasn't buried. She was lost at sea while trying to fly around the world, and never seen again. Dur.
Amelia Earhart had courage because she was sick and tired of people thinking she wasn't brave because she was a girl; so she desparatly wanted to prove girls can be brave no matter what it takes and what it took was courage and a plane flight.
I will say one thing, photographs of a smiling Amelia are extremely rare- there were some taken shortly after her l928 Atlantic flight ( on which she was an observer, not an active pilot) First she smiled, then was snapped grinning ear to ear like , for example, a Ballplayer who has walloped a victo…rious home run. Later photos of Amelia show a very serious woman, intent on her passion for flying, but very few show her smiling. draw your own conclusions. (MORE)
No one knows this answer except for amelia earhart's parents. Itcould be because they liked the name amelia and earhart is herparents last names