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Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897 to Amy and Edwin Earhart in Atchison, Kansas.
When Amelia was young she and her sister would go outside and play more often than any other girl in that time would.
When Amelia got older she decided to be a nurses aid for World War 1. In which she met many wounded pilots that would tell her stories of flying.
Finally, Amelia decided to be a pilot after years of training. She took small flights and worked her way up. After being the first female to fly over the Atlantic Ocean she decided she wanted to fly around the world. So she set off. She would land at different stops to fuel up and get some rest.
Her partner Fred Noonan.
After a long journey Amelia lost contact with people on the ground that were helping her. She and her partner lost direction and ended up running out of gas and they crashed.
On July 9, 1937 a Navy searcher found an island with recent habitation signs. But they never found any people. Amelia Earhart was reported missing on July 2, 1937 no-one has seen her since then.
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