Amelia yes, had step kids. But yet I do not know their names.
Amelia Earhart's father's name was Samuel Edwin Earhart.
No, Amelia Earhart's bones have not been found. Despite extensive searches, her remains have not been discovered. The exact fate and location of Earhart and her plane remain a mystery.
Absolutely nothing. :D It's a foreign name to them. It's like if someone asked you "What does Goitsemedime mean?" It has a meaning, but you have no idea what it is because it's not part of your culture. A bunch of baby-name sites say that Amelia means "work", and that would be shigoto in Japanese. That's the best I can do. If you were to go to Japan, they would call you Amiria.
Apart from aviation related activities, Amelia pursued a variety of jobs. The occupations varied considerably. She was a nurses" aide in World War I at a Veteran"s Hospital, having qualified at Columbia Presbyterian. some time in the twenties she was employed pre-air again, as an English Teacher and also, of all things a truck driver. she, of course did all sorts of lectures and publicity things for her career advancement, much of this prodded by hubby George Putnam, they had some falling-outs over this- she wanted to get in more flight time, not lecture time, and that is understandable. One can understand that in the thirties (roughly the same period that Amelia was at her peak, Movie actresses often resented so-called personal appearance (not strictly speaking concerts) at the larger theatres even though this allowed for live contact with fans, there was more money to be made actually makig movies..l which is a good analogy Museum flying, so to speak doesn"t go into the Log books for the authorities! so the Aviatrix wore a number of occupational hats. She was not, as far as I know, strictly speaking, an R.N. as if she was the various Nursing organizations would have made a big, err, Hangar Play! she was a nurses aid-after all a non-commissioned officer, however martial, is not a lieutenant. Amy wore many hats, by the way she was a Major (honorary rank) in the Betsy Ross corps- which was obviously a patriotic female society based in Where else- Philadelphia. Fling the banner!
I'm not quite sure what it is, but if you think back into the past of American history and look at some of the foods then you might try to find a popular one and take a guess. I've been looking all over for it too but you might want to try a biography about her. It helped me alot and you might find one that says the answer! Accordingly to bios and memories, Amelia Earhart was a delicate eater - who liked however to experiment with food, even trying to "breed" herself - yet as a kid - some her own modifications of vegetables (redishes)... although without much success. In her own book The Fun Of It, she wrote that she in fact can eat every kind of food "but oatmeal".
She received that in 1932 for her solo flight across the Atlantic in the 'Little Red Bus'.
She wrote several books: 20 hours something minutes ( the flight of the Friendship) l928, The Fun of It, (circa l93l) and the collaborationist with her husband Last Flight ( not lost flight!) which was published post-disappearance. She also contributed articles to magazines in her capacity as the head of the 99s.
She made references in her early writings to other, pre-her period. PIoneer Women air pilots, and seemed to single out Harriet Quimby (l875-l9l2). She does not mention the Baroness Delaroche, pioneer French airwoman, and the first licensed one.(discounting balloonists). Probably Quimby was (Top Choice).
She had no dream at the time but was a nurse for WWI vets, a english teacher for imigrants, a pilot, and a teacher of aviation (fancy word for flying).
Photography, flying, fashion
Amelia Earhart went to college at Columbia University in NYC. Although she never really went to a school for the time she was supposed to, Amelia went to college for 2 years but again dropped out.
Muriel Earhart Morrissey. She died a few years ago,in her nineties. Unlike Amelia, she was almost never in the public or media eye. ( seldom photographed) she penned two biographies of her sister.
No one knows this answer except for amelia earhart's parents. It could be because they liked the name amelia and earhart is her parents last names