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Amelia Earhart: Her Life, Her Disappearance
Women and Aviation
History and Science of Aviation
U.S. and World Events: 1897–1941

Amelia Earhart: Her Life, Her Disappearance

Amelia Earhart, 1897-1937
This site offers a complete biography of Amelia Earhart, from her early years to the speculation surrounding her disappearance during a 1937 flight around the world.

Official Site of Amelia Earhart
Includes quotes, a photo gallery, Earhart's career highlights, and information about the 1997 World Flight of Linda Finch.

National Geographic: What Happened to Amelia Earhart?
Read an article about Earhart's disappearance, then participate in an instant opinion poll to find out how your opinion compares to those of other readers.

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Women and Aviation

The Ninety-Nines
Amelia Earhart was the first president of this international organization of almost 7,000 licensed women pilots from 35 countries.

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History and Science of Aviation

Milestones of Flight: National Air and Space Museum Gallery
A gallery of the objects that made the dream of flight a reality. Each is a reminder of a noteworthy achievement, evoking the spirit of its own particular time.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Research
Among the many resources offered at this site are information on aviation history and technology, including women in aviation.

How Things Fly
This site answers many interesting questions about the dynamics of flight.

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U.S. and World Events: 1897–1941

World War I: Trenches on the Web
This Internet history of the Great War contains photographs, many articles with diverse points of view, teacher ideas, and references.

History of the Suffrage Movement
Outlining the movement's history from the late eighteenth to the twentieth century, this site examines the campaign for women's equality and right to vote through a chronology, photographs, and bibliography.

Ellis Island
At Ellis Island online, you can explore immigration to the United States through recorded remembrances of people who emigrated, photographs, and historical overviews.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt: 32nd President of the United States
This site focuses on the life and times of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, with a time line of world events, a biography, and a wealth of information about the New Deal, including perspectives of historians on that era.

The Rise of Adolph Hitler
A time line of important events in Hitler's life.

World War II Timeline
This online World War II time line begins with one segment for the pre-war years to 1938 and then covers each year of the war in detail. In addition to student papers, there are also links for photographs, maps, and documents from the University of San Diego History Department collection.

Pearl Harbor: Remembered
This site by an ex-soldier offers a variety of material devoted to Pearl Harbor, from a time line and overview to photographs and personal accounts. Also included is a detailed description of the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial and Visitors' Center at Pearl Harbor.

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