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Amelia Earhart was born on July 24 1897 and lived on her grandparents home in Atchison Kansas with her sister Muriel They both went to private schools and Amelia graduated from Hyde Park School in 1916 In the fall of 1919 Amelia enrolled as a pre-med student at Columbia University In 1920 she decided to join her mother and her father in California But her sisters did not want to join them Several months after her arrival in California Amelia and her father went to the aerial meet at Daugherty Field in Long Beach She then became very interested in flying The next day given her helmet and goggles she boarded the open-cockpit biplane for a 10 minute flight over Los Angeles Amelia began lessons with pioneer aviatrix Anita Neat Snook at Kenner Field near Long Beach They both had the same integrants and the same background In July Amelia purchased a prototype of the Kenner airplane She named it The Canary She had many faulted accidents during this period of time That was because of the unreliability engines and slowness of the planes In October 1922 Amelia began participating in record breaking attempts and ser a womens altitude record of 14000 feet then broken in a few weeks by Ruth Nichols Amelia later sold her plane and perused a car A Kisser that she nicknames the yellow peril She drove her mother cross-country to Boston In autumn 1925 Amelia took a position at Denison House in Boston as a novice social worker and was later employed as a staff member She joined the Boston Chapter of the National Aeronautic Association and invested what little money she had in a company that would build an airport and market Kenner airplanes in Boston She regularly became the subject of columns in newspapers On April 27 1926 germ life was changed A phone call front Captain HH Riley asked
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