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Evelyn Nesbit 1884-1967 | Irena Sendler 1910-2008 | Alexandra David-Néel 1868-1969 | Susan Sontag 1933-2004 | George Sand 1804-1876 | Elisabeth of Austria 1837-1898 | Elizabeth Short 1924-1947 | Mata Hari 1876-1917 | Frida Kahlo de Rivera 1907-1954 | Amelia Earhart 1897-1937

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On May 1953 at Rogers Dry Lake CA, American Jackie Cochran flew a Canadair Sabre jet borrowed from the Royal Canadian Air Force at an average speed of mph, becoming the first woman to break the sound barrier. Military Women, Military Jets, Sabre Jet, Edwards Air Force Base, Female Pilot, Amelia Earhart, Fighter Pilot, Women In History, Amazing Women

This Day in Aviation - Important Dates in Aviation History

This Day in Aviation - Important Dates in Aviation History

UK: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson The first woman to qualify as a doctor in Britain. She founded a hospital for poor women and children in London. Women we admire; influential women in history dolls Great Women, Amazing Women, Smart Women, Women In History, British History, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Victorian Photos, Medical History

Guest Blogger: Yaël Ronen

It's IntLawGrrls' great pleasure to welcome Dr. Yaël Ronen (left) as today's guest blogger. Yaël is an Assistant Professor of Public Intern...

Amelia Earhart: 75 Years From Disappearance Of Aviation Pioneer – Infographic Amelia Earhart Disappearance, Amelie, Female Pilot, Wright Brothers, Civil Aviation, Women In History, American History, Adventure, World

Amelia Earhart (my fellow aviatrix, and such an inspiring figure to all female pilots)

Pioneer: Amelia Earhart was a U. aviation pioneer born on July 24 who disappeared on July 2 She was the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic but her Lockheed Model 10 Electra plane went down during her attempt to circumnavigate the globe American Civil War, American History, Amelia Earhart Plane, Mandalorian Poster, Evelyn Nesbit, Female Pilot, Aerial Images, Space Museum, Rosa Parks

Recently unearthed photos could prove whether Amelia Earhart survived as a castaway on a remote Pacific island after her plane vanished more than 75 years ago

Recently unearthed photos of the remote Pacific island near the site of a reef where researchers believe Amelia Earhart's plane may have landed during her doomed 1937 flight around the world could prove that the aviator and her navigator lived for a time as castaways, and didn't die in a supposed crash as previously thought

For years, the resting place of American hero Amelia Earhart has been considered among aviation& greatest mysteries. But now, pictures of the island she. Amelia Earhart Plane, Irena Sendler, Castaway Island, Evelyn Nesbit, George Sand, Greatest Mysteries, Iconic Women, Us History

Amelia Earhart's Fate Reconstructed: Photos

Trace the details of a comprehensive theory about what happened to the famous aviatrix.

For years, the resting place of American hero Amelia Earhart has been considered among aviation's greatest mysteries. Amelia Earhart Found, George Sand, Mata Hari, Greatest Mysteries, British Colonial, Iconic Women, Us History, Archaeology, Discovery News

Amelia Earhart's Fate Reconstructed: Photos

Trace the details of a comprehensive theory about what happened to the famous aviatrix.

Theory: If the piece belonged to Earhart's Lockheed Electra, it indicates that she and navigator Fred Noonan died on Nikumaroro Amelia Earhart Plane, Irena Sendler, Evelyn Nesbit, George Sand, Night At The Museum, Mata Hari, Short Waves, Iconic Women, Island

Piece of aluminum found may have been part of Amelia Earhart's plane

If the scrap in fact belonged to Earhart's Lockheed Electra, it indicates that she and navigator Fred Noonan died on the island, and not somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

Amelia Earhart's plane 'HAS been found after 77 years'. Piece of aluminum found on remote Pacific island could only be from her aircraft, say… Amelia Earhart Plane, Evelyn Nesbit, George Sand, Female Pilot, Mata Hari, Great Women, Iconic Women, Pilots, Mail Online

Piece of aluminum found may have been part of Amelia Earhart's plane

If the scrap in fact belonged to Earhart's Lockheed Electra, it indicates that she and navigator Fred Noonan died on the island, and not somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

A fragment of Amelia Earhart& lost aircraft has been identified to a high degree of certainty for the first time ever since her plane vanished over the Pacific Ocean on July in a record attempt to fly around the world at the equator. Amelia Earhart Found, Amelia Earhart Plane, Mystery Of History, Us History, History Facts, Amelie, Amelia Earhart Disappearance, Miami Herald, Fly Around The World

Piece of aluminum found may have been part of Amelia Earhart's plane

If the scrap in fact belonged to Earhart's Lockheed Electra, it indicates that she and navigator Fred Noonan died on the island, and not somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

The mystery surrounding the 1937 disappearance of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, may actually be solved after researchers have found a fragment believed to be part of her Lockheed Electra aircraft. Amelia Earhart Found, Amelia Earhart Plane, Amelie, Us History, American History, Amelia Earhart Disappearance, Fly Around The World, Aircraft Design, Interesting History

Piece of aluminum found may have been part of Amelia Earhart's plane

If the scrap in fact belonged to Earhart's Lockheed Electra, it indicates that she and navigator Fred Noonan died on the island, and not somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

With more and more women taking to the cockpit, this infographic takes a look at some of the key moments for women in aviation. From Amelia Earhart to Liu Yang, this infographic shows that when it comes to aircraft, it is definitely not just a mans world. Aviation Quotes, Aviation Art, Aviation Mechanic, Aviation Theme, Aviation Humor, Aeropostale, Pilot Quotes, Pilot License, Female Pilot

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