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National Air and Space Museum: Who Were Wilbur and Orville?

This exhibit featuring their lives, trials and successes is chock -full of historical data, lesson plans, interactive programs, photographs, and classroom activities.
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On December 17, 1903 Orville and Wilbur Wright became the very first in history to sustain flight in their Flyer in the Outer Banks of North Carolina four times. This monumental event followed years of hard work and determination for the two natives of Dayton, Ohio. This exhibit featuring their lives, trials and successes is chock -full of historical data, lesson plans, interactive programs, photographs, and classroom activities. The establishment of air travel took the United States to new levels of a truly modern society.

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