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Amelia Earhart, Aviator : Educational Posters, Books, Video, Links for Learning

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Selection of educational posters celebrating the life and times of aviatrix Amelia Earhart - images from the National Archives, photograph of Amelia Earhart in Flight - chosen especially as great teaching resources for the social studies classroom and home schoolers.



AMELIA EARHART POSTERS

Amelia Earhart at Hanworth after the First Woman's Atlantic Flight W-E, Giclee Print
Amelia Earhart at Hanworth after the First Woman's Atlantic Flight W-E, Giclee Print

The Anaconda Standard, June 18, 1928: Miss Earhart Hops Off Over Atlantic, Art Print
The Anaconda Standard, June 18, 1928:
Miss Earhart Hops
Off Over Atlantic,
Art Print


Amelia Earhart with Mayor Walker NYC Photo - New York, NY, Giclee Print
Amelia Earhart with Mayor Walker NYC June 20, 1932
Giclee Print

Amelia Earhart in Flight, Oakland to Honolulu, March 17, 1937, Fine Art Print
Amelia Earhart in Flight, Oakland to Honolulu, March 17, 1937,
Fine Art Print


Amelia Earhart, National Archives
Amelia Earhart,
National Archives

Amelia Earhart, National Archives
Amelia Earhart,
National Archives


Amelia Earhart, Think Different
Amelia Earhart,
Think Different

Amelia Earhart Signed Autographed Reprint Photo 8x10
Amelia Earhart
Signed Autographed
Reprint Photo 8x10


1992 Starline Americana #121 Amelia Earhart Trading Card
Amelia Earhart
Trading Card

Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart & Admiral Byrd August 19 1933 Literary Digest Magazine Matted 11 X 14
Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart & Admiral Byrd August 19 1933
Literary Digest Magazine
Matted 11 X 14


Female Aviators Art Print
Female Aviators
Art Print

The Mysterious Disappearance of Amelia Earhart, Giclee Print
The Mysterious Disappearance of
Amelia Earhart,
Giclee Print


Women and Flight Poster
Women and Flight
Poster

America in the 20th Century - The Great Depression Wall Poster
America in the 20th Century - The Great Depression
Wall Poster


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“Courage is the price that Life exacts for granting peace.” Amelia Earhart
b. 7-24-1898; Atchison, KS
missing since 7-2-1937, western Pacific Ocean


AMELIA EARHART BOOKS, VIDEOS

The Sound of Wings: The Life of Amelia Earhart by Mary S. Lovell - definitive biography of aviation legend Amelia Earhart delivers a brilliantly researched report on Earhart's life--from her tomboy childhood and early fascination with flying, her peculiar business/matrimonial realtionship with publisher G.P. Putnam to her consuming quest for aviation fame.

Amelia Earhart’s Shoe: Is the Mystery Solved? Thomas F. King, editor
- Can modern science tell us what happened to Amelia Earhart? The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) has spent fifteen years searching for the famous lost pilot using everything from archival research and archaeological survey to side-scan sonar and the analysis of radio wave propagation. In this spellbinding book, four of TIGHAR’s scholars offer tantalizing evidence that the First Lady of the Air and her navigator Fred Noonan landed on an uninhabited tropical island but perished before they could be rescued. Do they have Amelia’s shoe? Parts of her airplane? Are her bones tucked away in a hospital in Fiji? Come join their fascinating expedition and examine the evidence for yourself!

Amelia and Eleanor Go For A Ride: Based on a True Story by Pam Munoz Ryan - On a clear April evening in 1933, two outspoken and strong-minded friends slipped away from a formal dinner party to have a little unconventional fun. What made this event remarkable was that the two were Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt, dining at the White House; their entertainment of choice was to fly an airplane on a loop from Washington D.C. to Baltimore. Pooh-poohing Secret Service agents’ concerns that this activity hadn’t been “approved,” the celebrated aviator and the First Lady stole away before dessert was served, and took to the sky.

Inspired by the true facts of this little-known event, based on diaries, book transcripts, and newspaper accounts, Pam Munoz Ryan brings the thrilling evening to life as if she had been on that plane herself. Emphasizing the mettle and independent spirits of the two women, Ryan presents a pair of pioneering social and political activists any woman--or man--even today would be proud to claim as role models. An author’s note gives some intriguing background information on these two exceptional women. (Ages 6 to 10)

Biography - Amelia Earhart (1998) VHS Collectible Coca Cola Celebrates American Aviation Doll - When Amelia Earhart flew the skies, she wore the same goggles and flowing scarf as this blonde Coca-Cola aviator. Madame Alexander lovingly pays homage to that dashing era of aviation when cockpits were exposed to the wide-open sky and pilots had to protect themselves from the elements. Her cherry red lips and rosy cheeks make this blonde, blue-eyed doll look as though she just flew over the Atlantic. The faux leather jacket comes with a fleece collar and matches her aviator cap. This collector doll is part of Madame Alexander's Coca-Cola series, and is not intended for vigorous play.

LINKS FOR LEARNING: AMELIA EARHART


Lesly Lewandowski as Amelia EarhartAmelia Earhart- A Life Time of Adventure-
A one woman show written and performed
by Lesly Lewandowski

Meet Amelia Earhart as she is about to leave on her around-the-world flight and pauses to look at the adventures that have brought her to this point. Amelia talks about her childhood, learning to fly, the Atlantic flight that made her famous, public appearances, her marriage, other memorable flights, and stories such as her time with Eleanor Roosevelt.

“As Amelia, I speak in the first person, involving the audience directly, I wear a costume complete with a 1930's leather pilot helmet, vintage lace-up boots and a variety of vintage scarves. I also use props throughout the show and let the audience hold on to these.”
Lesly Lewandowski



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