Amelia earhart

Amelia Earhart

By aspahr
  • Day of Birth

    Day of Birth
    On July 24, 1897 Amy Earhart, Amelia's mother gave birth to Amelia in the home of Amy's mother and Amelia's grandmother, in Atchison, Kansas.
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    Amelia Earhart timeline

  • childhood

    For most of her childhood Amelia lived with her grandmother in Atchison. She did alot of things like rideing a butchers horse, making imaginary games with friends, and talking with her grandmother.
  • Nurse

    War War 2 started it April and Amelia wanted to help so she moved to Toranto were she would become a student at St. Margarets. She later volunteered to be a nurse in a Canadian hospital were she worked untill WW1 was over
  • California

    In the Summer of 1920 Amelia moved to Los Angeles where in 1921 she learned how to fly from Neta Snook.
  • First major record flight

    First major record flight
    First women to fly across the Atlantic as a passenger. 2,246 miles in 20 hrs and 40 min.
  • Marriage

    On Febuary 7, 1931 Amelia Earhart and George Putnam married in Putnam's mother's home in Connecticut.
  • second major record flight

    second major record flight
    First solo flight by a women across the Atlantic. 2,026 miles in 14 hrs and 54 min.
  • third major record flight

    third major record flight
    First nonstop transcontinental flight by a women. L.A. to Newark. 19 hrs. and 5 min.
  • fourth major record flight

    fourth major record flight
    First nonstop flight from Mexico City to Newark. 2,125 miles in 14 hrs. and 18 min.
  • fifth major record flight

    fifth major record flight
    First solo flight from Hawaii to California. 2,408 miles in 17 hrs 7 minutes
  • round the world flight

    round the world flight
    Amelia and her crew left from Oakland for the round the world flight.
  • Disappearance

    Amelia Earhart and her co piliot went missing around noon near howland Island near in the Pacific
  • Death

    Even thought Amelia disappeared on July 3 1937 they didn't legaly call her death untill January 5 1939 by the Superior Court of Los Angeles.