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Women's History Biographies: Amelia Earhart

This brief biography of Amelia Earhart includes a great bibliography for further reading on the famous aviator. Today is the anniversary of Earhart's solo flight from Hawaii to California the first time this feat was accomplished. courtesy of netTrekker
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This brief biography of Amelia Earhart includes a great bibliography for further reading on the famous aviator. Today is the anniversary of Earhart's solo flight from Hawaii to California -- the first time this feat was accomplished.

courtesy of netTrekker

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