What are some famous brothers like the Wright Brothers or the Kennedy brothers?
The Grimm Brothers they wrote most of the popular fairy tales that we know.
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The Wright brothers are credited with building the first heavier-than-air aircraft that flew under its own power and successfully turned while in flight. This is considered to have been the first successful airplane design.
They became famous because of their fantastic plane flights.
The are famous for invinting the first ariplane.
The Wright brothers were famous for having made the first successful flight of a piloted, heavier-than-air, self-propelled craft.
They made the first aeroplane
their childhood was very good they always had a very well family their parents was always there for them when they need help on on anything
They invented the first airplanes
They ceated the first "flying machine". (an old-time airplane.)
there isn't one that's more famous than the other, they're known as the wright brothers, note the word BROTHERS with an s, as in, more than one.... simple grammar right there,
Wilbur. Wilbur Wright was the older of the two, born on April 16, 1867. Orville was born on August 19, 1871.
They had no education
I am part og the "Wright family"(probly not the real one) they did music i think
They became famous for flying the first successful airplane, 30 meters/100 foot.
making the first airplane and succesfully flying it
Milton met Susan at Hartesville College in 1853, where he was appointed supervisor of the preparatory department and she was a student. They married in 1859, when he was almost 31 and she was 28. Both shared a love of learning for the sake of learning. Their home had two libraries-the first consisted of books on theology, the second was a large, varied collection. Looking back on his childhood, Orville once commented that he and his brother had "special advantages...we were lucky enough to grow up in a home environment where there was always much encouragement to children to pursue intellectual interests; to investigate whatever aroused their curiosity." Susan and Milton had seven children. Four sons and one daughter survived past infancy. Their first son, Reuchlin,was born in a log cabin in 1861 near Fairmont, Indiana. The second son, Lorin, was born in 1862 in Orange Township, Fayette County, Indiana. Wilbur, the third son, was born in 1867 near Millville, Indiana. In 1870, the family moved to Dayton, Ohio, where Susan gave birth to her fourth and fifth children, twins Otis and Ida, who died soon after birth. Orville, the sixth child, was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1871, and Katharine,the only surviving daughter, was born in 1874. . Reuchlin Wright, the eldest Wright child.. Lorin Wright, the second son, as a teenager.. Katharine Wright, the youngest Wright child, at age 4.. None of the Wright children had middle names. Instead, their father tried hard to give them distinctive first names. Wilbur was named for Wilbur Fiske and Orville for Orville Dewey, both clergymen that Milton Wright admired. They were "Will" and "Orv" to their friends, and "Ullam" and "Bubs" to each other. In Dayton, their neighbors knew them simply as the "Bishop's kids." Both Wilbur and Orville did well in school, although Orville was known for getting into mischief. His eighth and ninth grade teacher made him sit at the front of the room where she could keep an eye on him. Orville and Wilbur were the only members of the immediate Wright family who did not receive a high school diploma, attend college, or marry. Because of Milton's position in the church, the Wrights moved frequently-twelve times before finally settling in Dayton, Ohio, in 1870. In Dayton, Milton became editor of the church newspaper, the Religious Telescope , a position that gave him prominence within the church and helped him get elected as a bishop. Bishop Wright continued to advance in the church hierarchy, and in 1878, he assumed responsibility for the Western conferences in the Church of the United Brethren in Christ and moved his family to Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He traveled widely on church business, but always sent back many letters and often brought presents home. His gifts stimulated his children's curiosity and exposed them to a world beyond their immediate surroundings. In 1878, he brought Wilbur and Orville a rubber band powered toy helicopter . Orville's sketch of the toy helicopter he and Wilbur built. Wilbur and Orville made several copies of this toy-it was the first powered aircraft they built together. When caught by his teacher while working on one of these toys when he should have been studying, Orville explained that he and Wilbur planned to build a craft large enough to carry both of them. Orville later recalled that the helicopter was based on a design by French inventor Alphonse PÃ©naud ; they later studied his work in aeronautics as grown men. By 1881, the leadership of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ was becoming more liberal. Milton Wright, a staunch conservative, failed to be re-elected to his Bishop's post. The Wrights moved back to Indiana, and Milton became a circuit preacher once again. He also founded a monthly religious newspaper, The Star , for fellow conservatives. Wilbur helped out by constructing a machine to fold the papers for mailing-perhaps his first original invention. Orville proved just as enterprising in his own way: he made kites and sold them to his friends; scavenged wood, bones, and junk metal; and even staged an amateur circus. The Wright home in Dayton, Ohio. As the liberals in his church began to press for change, Milton Wright sensed there would be a showdown with the conservatives. Wanting to get back into the fray, he decided to move back to Dayton, the political center of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, in 1884. It was the last time he would move his family. In 1888, Milton Wright broke with the liberal leadership of the church and started his own conservative sect, Church of the United Brethren, Old Constitution. During the winter of 1885-86, Wilbur was injured in an ice skating game. Complications-both mental and physical-followed. Although his facial injuries healed (he had lost a few teeth), he developed "nervous palpitations of the heart" and digestive problems. His illness derailed his plans to enter Yale College and become a teacher. Wilbur began to think of himself as frail and decided that a college degree "would be money and time wasted." He became depressed and reclusive. It took him three years to recover his health. During his convalescence, he read avidly and nursed his mother, who had been suffering from tuberculosis since 1883. By 1886, she had become a helpless invalid, requiring constant care. Susan died in 1889. The year 1889 was a turning point for the family. After many years of convalescing and caring for his mother, Wilbur recovered from his illness and joined Orville in the printing business. As soon as they had mastered the customary printing services, they moved on to building their own printing presses and briefly published two local newspapers. In 1892, the brothers went into the bicycle business The Wright Cycle Shop at 1126 W. Third Street in Dayton, Ohio. The frame addition where the Wrights built their first airplane is just visible behind the larger building. -first selling and repairing bicycles, and then, in 1896, building them. Their top-of-the-line Van Cleve and the less expensive St. Clair were built to their customers' specifications. The brothers added a few original improvements to the customary components, including an oil-retaining wheel hub and coaster brakes, which are still used today. The Van Cleve bicycle that the Wrights built and sold in their bicycle shop in Dayton. Ever since Milton brought home the helicopter toy, Wilbur and Orville had an interest in aviation. They followed the accounts of the German gliding pioneer, Otto Lilienthal , with great interest. Lilienthal's death in 1896 inspired the brothers to seriously investigate flight. Throughout all of Wilbur's and Orville's early endeavors in the printing and bicycle business-they worked together, particularly on mechanical devices. Once they mastered one skill, they would move on and learn the next. These experiences and skills would pay off in the future as they tackled the challenges of flight. . Educational Organization. Standard Designation (where applicable). Content of Standard. National Council for Geographic Education. Standard 1. How to use maps and other geographic representations to acquire and process information.. International Technology Education Association. Standard 10. Students will develop an understanding of the role of invention and innovation in problem solving..
"The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who...looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space...on the infinite highway of the air."
They were the first to make a successful flight of a heavier - than - air, powered, craft.
Orville and Wilbur. They became famous for inventing and building the world's first successful airplane in 1903.
Air Travel......Planes They were the first ones to fly an aeroplane in a controlled way - so first controlled human flight with a winged machine, so-to-say. There were numerous other attempts before Orville and Wilbur Wright, but they ended somewhat less happily (Ikaros / Icarus from Greek mythology is the first one to spring to my mind).
well, there wasn't any planes.
they dressed like gentel men with hats and lovely suits
The first successful flight in a heavier-than-air craft.
It was at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.