Amelia Earhart – Life and Death
One day a long time ago an inspiring girl was born on July 24, 1897, her name was Amelia Earhart. Amelia had one sibling her name is Grace Earhart, she was born in 1899 shortly after Amelia. Here are some facts about Amelia. One, she saw her first plane when she was ten years old. Two, she lived with her grandparents till the age of twelve. Three, she was also an author. Four, her yearbook described her as A.E – the girl in brown who walks alone.
Five, Amelia’s favorite color was brown. That was just a little bit about Amelia. Here is more about her earlier life.
Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24,1897, in Atchison Kansas. Amelia attend Hyde Park Academy and Central High School. Amelia lived with her grandparents till the age of twelve. Around the age of 15-16 her father was fighting a losing battle against alcoholism. At the age of 17 her mom’s friends house, where Amelia graduated from Hyde Park in 1915. When Amelia was about 18-19 she saw her first amputee returning wounded from world war one. This paragraph talked about her earlier life, you will now read about her adult life. Amelia took flying lessons from Neta Snooks and received her flying from NAA ( National Aeronautics Association). Amelia’s manger was George Putnam. In 1931, they got married. Amelia did not have any kids but, George had two sons from a previous marriage. Amelia went to Columbia University, Thiel College, and School of General Studies of Columbia University. That paragraph was all about Amelia’s adult life. In paragraph four you are going to learn about what she was known for.
Amelia became a pilot, she flew many places and set many records, such as the fastest speed limit, at that time it was 180 mph. Later on in Amelia’s life her and George were eating breakfast when Amelia asked “ George would you mind if I flew across the Atlantic Ocean?” He said “well that’s a great idea.” Amelia eventually did. Amelia Earhart flew across the Atlantic Ocean. She attempted to fly around the world, but sadly failed. Amelia was known for a lot of things, and that was one of the most important part of history.
In conclusion Amelia Mary Earhart is an important part of history. She was the first female to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. At the age of 15-16 she lost her father due to alcoholism. Amelia had to live with her mom’s friends house at the age of 17 with her younger sister Grace. Amelia took flying lessons and got her license from NAA. Amelia was very famous for flying across the atlantic Ocean. This biography told the most important things Amelia did and achieved in her life. America’s Story from America’s Library.” The First March From Selma, www.americaslibrary.gov/.
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