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Earhart

Amelia. 1898--1937, US aviator: the first woman to fly the Atlantic (1928). She disappeared on a Pacific flight (1937)
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If true, the findings would settle a long debate over the fate of Earhart, who vanished while attempting a round-the-world flight in 1937.
Earhart disappeared during an attempted flight around the world in 1937, and the search for an answer to what happened to her and her navigator has captivated the public for decades.
Before Amelia Earhart became an aviation hero, she grew up in her familys home called the Otis house after her grandfather and lived there until the age of twelve.
Prof Jantz said: "The only documented person to whom they may belong is Earhart.
The bones were found three years after Earhart and Noonan left on their journey to circumnavigate the globe by air.
There was suspicion at the time that the bones could be the remains of Amelia Earhart," Jantaz wrote in the study.
Born on July 24, 1897, Earhart grew up with a love of adventure as she and her younger sister, Grace "Pidge," would explore their neighborhood, climbing trees and using rifles to hunt rats.
The search is based on the Nikumaroro Hypothesis that Earhart and Noonan landed on the uninhabited island of Nikumaroro, aka Gardner Island, about 1,000 miles north of Fiji.
AMELIA EARHART | BIOGRAPHY | WOMEN AVIATORS | WOMEN'S RIGHTS | AVIATION
NAWBO Phoenix will continue even stronger to be the Arizona organization where women business owners receive the mentoring, support and encouragement they need to grow to their highest potential," says Earhart.
The one-time performance at the Museum of Flying will be followed by a book signing in front of a replica Lockheed Vega, the plane in which Amelia Earhart set speed records flying in the early 1930's.
The editor has organized the main body of the text in eighteen chapters devoted to Earhart quotes regarding flying planes and pilots, her own flights, the aviation industry, machines and transportation, business and money, work, politics and government, war, education, gender and age, and a wide variety of other related subjects.