Amelia earhart

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Amelia earhart

  1. 1. A PROJECT ONAMELIA EARHART BY:PALLAVI.P
  2. 2. Born in Atchison, Kansason July 24, 1897.Amelia’s father wasSamuel Edwin StantonEarhart and mother – AmyOtis Earhart.Amelia also had a littlesister named Muriel.
  3. 3. The two sisters, Ameliaand Muriel remained withtheir grandparents inAtchison, while theirparents moved to DesMoines.Amelia and her sisterreceived a form of home-schooling, from theirmother and a governess.She attained six highschools but was graduatedon time.
  4. 4. People did not likeher fame because shewas a women.
  5. 5.  On June 1,1973 Amelia and her navigator Fred Noonan departed from Miami, Florida; bound for California. Their first destination was San Juan, Puerto Rico;from there, skirting the northeast edge of South America; and then on to Africa and the Red Sea. The flight to Karachi was another first no one had previously flown non-stop from the Red Sea to India before. From Karachi the Electra flew to Calcutta on June 17 from there, on to Rangoon,Bangkok,Singapore and Bandoeg.
  6. 6.  The monsoon prevented departure from Bandoeg for several days. During this time ,Amelia became ill with dysentery that lasted several days. On June 27 Amelia and Noonan were able to leave Bandoeg for Port Darwin, Australia. They reached Lae in New Guinea on June 29.At this point they had flown 22,000 miles and there were 7,000 more to go all over the Pacific. At 07:20 hours GMT Amelia was in the south- west of Nukumanu Islands.
  7. 7.  In 1922 Amelia Earhart sets a world record for women’s flying with an altitude. In 1928 Amelia Earhart was the first women to fly across the Atlantic. In 1932 she was the second person to fly solo across the Atlantic. In 1935 the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California.
  8. 8. “Never do thingsothers can do and willdo if there are thingsothers can not do orwill not do.”“The women who cancreate her own job isthe women who willseek fame andfortune.”
  9. 9. She disappearedon July 2,1937(aged 39) in Pacificocean.

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