Amelia was 39 and 11 months when she disappeared in 1937
Amelia lived in many places and many different houses, too many to count.
Amelia Earhart disappeared on 2nd July 1937 when flying over the Pacific Ocean. Her disappearance was just under 76 years ago.
Amelia Earhart piloted planes and made many record flights, that's what she did
Amelia Earhart was only married three times.
Amelia Earhart OWNED ONLY two ( 2 ).
Amelia had no children
Many different places in California, Iowa and Massachusetts.
30 towns,7 states,and 3 contries
Amelia lived in many different places, but as an adult, possibly spent most time in the Boston area.
It took her a few months to train for flying.
There were 16 women to fly across like Amelia Earhart.
Yes, Amelia Earhart played many sports such as football, baseball, and basketball.
When Amelia disappeared she had been flying for 16 years, but only extensively for about 7 years.
Thay were married just over 6 years when she disappeared.
Amelia influenced many women to become pilots.
Yes, Amelia influenced many people.
The plane Amelia Earhart Flew was the Canary. Amelia Earhart flew on the Electra. Amelia flew many aircraft throughout her life. The Lockheed Electra was the final one in which she disappeared. she flew many planes including the Friendship, a Lockheed Vega, and a Lockheed Electra
many people influenced Amelia Earhart including Neta Snook because she was Amelia's first flight instructor
Amelia Earhart had traveled to many countries. Her last known location was near Howland Island in the south pacific.
Amelia Earhart had 2 planes. She nicknamed them, "the canary" and "red bus" (which is the Lockheed Vega. AMAZING RIGHT?
one ( Grace Muriel Earhart known as muriel)
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 did many jobs. You would have to be more specific.
Amelia's only sibling was her sister Muriel, 2 years younger. - Many people have mentioned a Donald Earhart as a brother, but that is incorrect.
She inspired many women
Amelia Earhart encouraged many women to become pilots because she was the first women to fly across many seas.
Amelia had many different jobs. If you mean a specific one, you have to say which.
She did many daring and dangerous things.
If Amelia really died in 1937 and had her first fly in 1921 than the answer would be 14 years.
Amelia had 1 sister named Muriel.
Amelia made many contributions to aviation, and to women's advancement in modern society.
Yes, during her teenage and adult years Amelia lived in many different places. She lived in Chicago, Boston, and California and a few small towns.
40 because i am intelegent
She is famous for creating many flying records.
There were many 'expeditions' . Please be more specific.
Amelia Earhart was an aviator, and because of her flying is so much easier.
Amelia was not the first woman pilot. Many women flew before she did.
Amelia set many flying records between 1928 and 1936.
Amelia flew many different aircraft in her 16 years of flying. She learned in a Canadian Canuck in 1921 and shortly after qualifying,bought a Kinner Airster. She later flew many other aircraft.
Many times to practice flying.
Amelia flew to so many places across US and the world it is impossible to list them all.
Yes, many times. Amelia achieved many records and heights that most people did not, Consequently she was often in newspapers.
Amelia had many goals. If you look her up on the internet, you will find many of her goals that Amelia had reached. I hope this helps your question.
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo over the atlantic. She also wrote many books. She died while flying when she was 41. They have not found her body yet.
July 2nd to July 19th, 1937. Many research groups still search for her to this day. Woody Peard, Amelia Earhart Society.
5000 miles Amelia Earhart flew across the pacific
Amelia was not the first woman to fly. Many flew before she did.
Amelia tried many professions, she was a journalist, a sales person, a rep for an aircraft company.
Her experiences of meeting many important and adventurous other people wer important to Amelia.
she influenced many people and broke stereotypes for woman