Amelia Earhart

What made amilia Earhart famous?

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Her flight across the Atlantic as a passenger in 1928 made her famous.

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She is dead. The Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amelia_Earhart


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Amelia Earhart was an American aviator and feminist. A link to the Wikipedia article on this dynamic woman is provided.


Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897.


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Amelia Earheart was a woman who was a pioneer and author. She drove planes and flew across the Atlantic Ocean.


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She did it because she loved flying.


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Aviation. Amelia Earhart was famous as a female pilot.


Martha Washington, Amilia Earhart, Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Anne Frank, Mother Teresa, Lucille Ball, Joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Ann Berlin, Clara Barton...And these are only a few.


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