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Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart standing under nose of her Lockheed Model 10-E Electra, small.jpg
Earhart beneath the nose of her Lockheed Model 10-E Electra, March 1937, Oakland, California
KamundaganAmelia Mary Earhart
(1897-07-24)Hulyo 24, 1897
Atchison, Kansas, U.S.
PagkawaraPlantilya:Disappeared date and age
Pacific Ocean, en route to Howland Island from Lae, Papua New Guinea
KamugtakanDeclared dead in absentia
Enero 5, 1939(1939-01-05) (edad 41)
Midbid bilangMany early aviation records, including first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
AgomPlantilya:Marriage
LagdaAmelia Earhart (signature).png
Websityo
Official website

Amelia Mary Earhart (/ˈɛərhɑːrt/, pinangaki kan Hulyo 24, 1897; nawara kan Hulyo 2, 1937) sarong Amerikanang enot na piloto asin parasurat.[1][Note 1] Si Earhart an enot na babaying piloto na nakappalupad nin solo sa Kadagatan Atlantiko.[3][Note 2] Nakaresibe syang onra sa United States Distinguished Flying Cross kan saiyang mga nagibuhan.[5] Nagbugtak man siyang dakulon na mga nagibo,[2] nagsurat nin mga mabentang libro dapit sa pagiging piloto asin mga eksperyensya dangan may kontribusyon sa pagmukna kan The Ninety-Nines, sarong organisasyon kan mga babaying piloto.[6] Kan 1935,si Earhart nagin taga bisitang pakultad na miyembro Purdue University bilang konsehero sa aeronautical engineering asin sa karera kan mga estudyanteng babayi. Miyembro man siya kan National Woman's Party asin taga suporta kan Equal Rights Amendment.[7][8]

Kan pagpulbar niyang ikuton an mundo kan 1937 sa Purdue-funded Lockheed Model 10-E Electra, si Earhart asin piloto na si Fred Noonan nawara sa sentro kan Kadagatan Pasipiko harani sa Howland Island. Sa ngunyan an saiyang buhay, karera asin pagkawara nagin palaisipan asin inaaram hanggang sa ngunyan.[Note 3]

Si Earhart kan aki pa
Si Earhart sulot an saiyang pambangging bado
Retrato ni Amelia Earhart bago siya maghali kan Hunyo 17, 1928

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. Charles Kuralt said on CBS television program Sunday Morning, referring to Earhart: "She was a pioneer in aviation ... she led the way so that others could follow and go on to even greater achievements," further stating, "trailblazers prepare the rest of us for the future."[2]
  2. Earhart set several records, being the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, first as a passenger and later, as a solo pilot; the period term for a female pilot was "aviatrix", and is still in use.[4]
  3. Quote: "She vanished nearly 60 years ago, but fascination with Amelia Earhart continues through each new generation."[9]
  1. Morey 1995, p. 11.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Oakes 1985.
  3. Pearce 1988, p. 95.
  4. Ferdinando, Lisa. "Clinton Celebrates Pioneer Aviatrix Amelia Earhart." Archived June 14, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. Voice of America, March 19, 2012.
  5. Goldstein & Dillon 1997, pp. 111, 112.
  6. Lovell 1989, p. 152.
  7. "Timeline: Equal Rights Amendment, Phase One: 1921–1972." Archived December 8, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. feminism101.com. Retrieved: June 4, 2012.
  8. Francis, Roberta W."The History Behind the Equal Rights Amendment." equalrightsamendment.org, July 21, 2011. Retrieved: June 4, 2012.
  9. "The Mystery of Amelia Earhart." Social Studies School Service, February 10, 2007. Retrieved: July 12, 2017.
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  • Cochran, Jacqueline (1954). Stars at Noon. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 
  • Plantilya:Cite letter
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