I too agree with you that Amelia Earhart was a major hero in history for her numerous records of flying, and her immense bravery. Amelia defies the common stereotype that men can only be expert pilots, she even changed the perspective of the lives of many young women. She was determined, and passionate about flying, which only drove her to accede the boundaries of the female pilot. I feel that the reason why Amelia pushed so hard to succeed was due to her competition with men, and wanting to prove herself to them. Amelia strived to become a successful, and hardworking women that is well known today, and the search for Amelia Earhart continues even today.
When people hear the name “Amelia Earhart”, most think of the groundbreaking woman pilot, who sadly disappeared on her flight somewhere above the Pacific Ocean. Besides being a pilot, Earhart was a photographer, poet, hospital worker, truck hauler, fashion designer, social worker, and student of chemistry, physics, and medicine. Amelia Earhart: The Thrill of It by Susan Wels discusses the incredible life Amelia Earhart lived along with fascinating photographs, artifacts, letters, documents, and maps. It puts forth unseen documents and new information, which adds to the enigma that is Amelia Earhart. This book will entertain any person with an interest in educating themselves in mysterious events, and a woman who paved a path for more to follow.
Amelia Earhart Heroine: A woman admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Some say that Amelia Earhart classifies as a hero, others strongly disagree. Some people believe she is not a hero because her fame came from her disappearance, but Amelia is a hero. You heard the quote, it is someone courages, her disappearance did not make her heroic, her pursuit for women's rights did. Sure her disappearance brought attention to her
Introduction Blank sea, no plane, no communication, and no exact location of the Electra. Amelia Earhart was the first American female to fly across the ocean. She and her plane the Electra set flight to the skies. Amelia disappeared unexpectedly during her journey possibly from lack of fuel or engine failure. This is the story about Amelia Earhart’s solo flight across the ocean.
NUMBER 10: BOUDICCA [Boo-de-ca] In 60AD the lands of Ancient British Queen Boudicca were conquered by the Romans. When she opposed their authority, the Romans had her publicly whipped and her daughters raped in front of her. Boudica responded by raising a giant rebel army of over 200,000 warriors.
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.
“Chains” is a book that follows the journey of a 13 year old african american girl named Isabel and her younger sister Ruth, the book follows the genre of historical fiction and it was written by Laurie Halse Anderson. One of many characters in this book that continue to carry the theme of bravery is Isabel she demonstrates this because she does everything her master wants her to do, she takes big risks which could get her in big trouble, and during all of this mess she still takes care of her little sister Ruth. In this part of the book Isabel is sneaking out during the night to the Patriot army Headquarters to share with them that Mr. Lockton and his men want to kill General Washington. “I tiptoed back through the house and slipped outside,
Have you ever found courage to stand up to someone whose decision could change your life? Well, several characters in the book Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay have. Some had to find courage in situations we could never imagine. Throughout the book Sarah’s Key, Tatiana De Rosnay portrays the theme of courage, shown through Julia and her husband’s issues, as well as Sarah and her bravery to stand up against a French guard. Courage is also shown through Jules and Geneviève when they keep Sarah and Rachel in their home with the risk of being caught by the Nazis.
“Women like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.” This quote by Amelia Earhart addresses what her life 's main goal was. She was born on July 24, 1897 to 1937, there is no specific date for her death for her body was never found nor the plane that she took her last flight on. She was a female aviator who wanted to show people that women could the same things that men could.
The passage Ruby Bridges: Girl of Courage is extremely interesting and shows how she fought for her rights without stopping. To begin with, Ruby Bridges was the first black student to go to a desegregated school. The six year old girl had to be accompanied by U.S. Marshals because the parents of the children that attended the school were furious. The young girl was very brave to do such a thing. One of the Marshals named Charles Burks said that she never cried, whimpered, but was brave and walked just like a solider.