Amelia Earhart: More Than a Mystery In March 1937 Amelia Earhart began her flight around the world. If successful she would be the first woman to complete such a feat. In a time when women weren’t seen as equals, Amelia proved that women could excel in the tasks and adventures that were traditionally held by men with her courage and many accomplishments. Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous pilots of all time because of her pioneering role in what she stood for, her accomplishments, and the mystery behind her ultimate fate.
Amelia Earhart was and still is an inspiration to so many people by influencing women’s rights and by being the first aviatrix that inspired so many other women to not only to be a pilot but they can be whoever they want to be. “Amelia Earhart (July 24, 1897 disappeared July 2, 1937), fondly known as ‘Lady Lindy’ was an American activator who mysteriously disappeared in 1937 while trying to circumnavigate the globe from the equator.” https://www.biography.com/people/amelia-earhart-9283280 A plane Earhart was flying disappeared somewhere near Holland Island in the Pacific Ocean. Because Amelia’s dream was to be the first person to travel the Earth and around the equator quickly ended up with her disappearing on July 2, 1937.
Amelia Earhart: The Woman in the Sky Amelia Mary Earhart, the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, is known as one of America’s first celebrities. She was born in 1898, where women were not thought of being as capable as men. She challenged common perceptions by breaking world aviation records, to show that women were equal to men, and could even succeed to do things that men failed to. As a child, she was raised as a proper Victorian woman, but, to her grandmother’s disapproval, decided that she didn’t fit the norm, hence she was known as a tomboy, who enjoyed spending time outdoors climbing trees, sledding, and hunting rats, which was thought to be extremely abnormal at the time. Amelia collected pictures of women who were
On April 1926, Coleman traveled to Jacksonville, Florida in a JN-4 that she had recently purchased. Bessie had been planning to parachute jump the next day and was not wearing a seatbelt in order to survey the terrain (Journey 2). Halfway through the flight the plane went into a dive but was unable to pull out of it as the plane began to spin (Journey 2). Bessie was thrown 500 feet and died instantly because of impact with the ground (Journey).
(Davis, 1972) When It was just right she tried it out and said, "I flew!" (Davis, 1972) Her and her cousins and friends made, the "rolly coaster." (Davis, 1972) A Famous Flight After her inspiration she was completely into flying and planes.
In 1928 Amelia accepted an offer to join a crew of a flight across the atlantic. Her manager Putnam who soon became her husband in 1931, arranged all her flying engagements, many which were followed by lecture tours. Those tours were staged to gain maximum publicity. Earhart became world-renowned as "the first woman to fly the Atlantic. “Earhart became upset by reports that she was largely a puppet figure created by her publicist husband and that she was something less than a competent aviator.
Amelia Earhart was, and still is, one of the most famous women in history for being the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean. On July 2nd, 1937, the famous pilot and her navigator, Fred Noonan, mysteriously vanished while attempting to circumnavigate the globe around the equator ("The Odd Vanishing Of Amelia Earhart."). There are many different theories on what could have happened that day that range in believability and it is important to add that there is little to no evidence for any of them. The circumstances to where and when they died also had a large factor in the conspiracies.
Marilyn Monroe was an icon: an image that innumerous young women have aspired to become, idolize in more ways than one, and inspire many more people in the entire world to reach for fame and fortune—even if these seekers come from unfortunate backgrounds with no ties to anything more. She was found in a factory during World War II. Her real name was Norma Jeane, and she originally was a brunette. A photographer discovered her while taking pictures in a plant that produced miniature remote-control planes that acted as tools for practice for anti-aircraft. Marilyn, or Norma Jeane—at the age of nineteen—was putting the propellers on these planes when David Conover came to the place of Monroe’s employment by the request of President Ronald Reagan.
When Mae C. Jemison flew into space on September 12, 1992, with six other astronauts aboard on mission STS47, she became the first African-American women in space. In all, she spent more than 190 hours or eight days in space before returning to Earth on September 20, 1992. Mae C. Jemison noted that societies or people should recognize how much both women and members can contribute if given the
He was very impressed with her talent and tried to help her advance in the music business by introducing her to people that could help launch her career. Through Carter’s support, and that of her ever growing fan club, Ella began entering every talent show she could find and ended up winning almost all of them. In January 1935, Ella was awarded the chance to perform with Tiny Bradshaw at the Harlem Opera House for a week. It was there she first met Chick Webb, the famous drummer and band leader. Although Webb had already hired another singer for his band (Charlie Linton), he too was impressed by Ella’s talent.
Known best for being able to take on roles of all sorts and capturing them perfectly, Marlon Brando is still outlet of inspiration to the world of theater today as his name and legacy continue to live on. Amelia Earhart Kansas native Amelia Earhart, or “Lady Lindy” was born in July of 1897 and is known today for being the first woman to fly across both the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. Earhart’s interest in flying sparked while she served as a nurse’s aid in the midst of World War one and became exposed to many wounded pilots. It