Life Span Development and Personality: Amelia Earhart “The woman who can create her own job is the woman who will win fame and fortune” (Amelia Earhart). This is the life span development and personality of Amelia Earhart an American aviator who mysterious disappearance during a round the world flight in 1937 as the world's best known woman pilot every. The story of Amelia Earhart peaks many peoples’ interests, even today. She is known for being the first female to fly over the Atlantic Ocean
high to the sky. Amelia Earhart was an important figure in American history, for her courage and many achievements in life. Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24, 1897. When she grew up, she was a Red Cross First Aid. Amelia was a nurse at Spadina Military Hospital. She helped soldiers from World War 1. (Amelia,1). After a few years, Amelia moved to California
Amelia Earhart Amelia Mary Earhart was born on the 24 of July in 1897 (Encyclopedia.com). As a young girl, she was not interested airplanes. In fact, when she first saw an airplane she did not find it all that amazing. She lived with her maternal grandparents in Atchison, Kansas until she was 12-years-old. She had one sister by the name of Grace Muriel Earhart. Her mother’s name was Amy Otis-Earhart. Her father’s name was Edwin Stanton Earhart. Mr. Earhart continuously fought a losing battle against
Amelia Earhart The United States in the 1920s was marked by a rapid change in the economy and in society. The roles and depiction of African Americans and women were rapidly changing which provided African Americans with the chance to demonstrate their culture in a way that had not been depicted before. This movement, known as the Harlem Renaissance, also helped paved the way for a women’s revolution. At the beginning of the decade, women were granted suffrage and throughout the rest of the decade
Amelia Earhart spoke the words, “I want to do something useful in the world.” Not only did she speak these words, but she lived by them with her lifetime full of astonishing aviation records and other services. From her tomboyish childhood to her first flight, Amelia Earhart proved that airplanes and service were her passion. Throughout her entire career, Earhart showed the world what women could do and truly became a world-leading pilot and adventurer. Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24, 1897
license. Being the first female pilot the fly across the Atlantic Ocean says a lot(Amelia). This shows that Amelia Earhart had the strength and courage than most other women at the time. She proved to a lot of people that women are as strong and as powerful as anyone else and that they are able to conquer anything. Even though she was moved around a lot as a child due to an alcoholic father, this did not discourage her(Amelia). Her disappearance is not only saddening, but also very confusing and mysterious
April 9, 2015 Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart was one of the most famous pilots in the world. She broke many aviation records . She was a fearless, daring, and determined pilot . Amelia followed her dreams and showed people that anything was possible. Amelia wanted to be a pilot from a young age. One day in December in 1920, Amelia and her father, Edwin, went to a winter airshow at a local airfield in Los Angeles, California.
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