Amelia Earhart Quiz

Amelia Earhart

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Amelia Earhart Quiz Questions

1. When was Amelia Earhart born?
a) 17 March 1890
b) 29 June 1896
c) 24 July 1897
d) 6 November 1892

2. Where was Amelia Earhart born?
a) Atchison
b) Honolulu
c) Boston
d) Juno

3. Where did Amelia Earhart complete high school?
a) Los Angeles
b) Chicago
c) New York
d) Richmond

4. Where did Amelia Earhart work as a military nurse?
a) Canada
b) England
c) France
d) Germany

5. When did Amelia Earhart buy her first plane?
a) 1914
b) 1922
c) 1918
d) 1916

6. How long was Amelia Earhart’s solo flight from Newfoundland to Ireland in 1932?
a) 12 hours 10 minutes
b) 18 hours 22 minutes
c) 14 hours 56 minutes
d) 20 hours 14 minutes

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7. When was The Fun of It published?
a) 1932
b) 1928
c) 1930
d) 1926

8. When did Amelia Earhart’s plane disappear?
a) 28 February 1945
b) 2 July 1937
c) 18 May 1942
d) 19 December 1948

9. Where did Amelia Earhart’s plane disappear?
a) Near Iceland
b) Amazon forest
c) Near Howland Island
d) Kalahari Desert

10. When was Amelia Earhart declared legally dead?
a) 5 January 1939
b) 28 May 1949
c) 18 September 1952
d) 15 November 1948

Amelia Earhart Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When was Amelia Earhart born?
c) 24 July 1897

2. Where was Amelia Earhart born?
a) Atchison

3. Where did Amelia Earhart complete high school?
b) Chicago

4. Where did Amelia Earhart work as a military nurse?
a) Canada

5. When did Amelia Earhart buy her first plane?
a) 1914

6. How long was Amelia Earhart’s solo flight from Newfoundland to Ireland in 1932?
c) 14 hours 56 minutes

7. When was The Fun of It published?
a) 1932

8. When did Amelia Earhart’s plane disappear?
b) 2 July 1937

9. Where did Amelia Earhart’s plane disappear?
c) Near Howland Island

10. When was Amelia Earhart declared legally dead?
a) 5 January 1939


Records and achievements of Amelia Earhart

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Amelia Earhart received the Cross of Knight of the Legion of Honor from the French Government in June 1932
Woman’s world altitude record: 14,000 ft (1922)
First woman to fly the Atlantic (1928)
Speed records for 100 km (and with 500 lb (230 kg) cargo) (1931)
First woman to fly an autogyro (1931)
Altitude record for autogyros: 15,000 ft (1931)
First person to cross the U.S. in an autogyro (1932)
First woman to fly the Atlantic solo (1932)
First person to fly the Atlantic twice (1932)
First woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross (1932)
First woman to fly non-stop, coast-to-coast across the U.S. (1933)
Woman’s speed transcontinental record (1933)
First person to fly solo between Honolulu, Hawaii and Oakland, California (1935)
First person to fly solo from Los Angeles, California to Mexico City, Mexico (1935)
First person to fly solo nonstop from Mexico City, Mexico to Newark, New Jersey (1935)
Speed record for east-to-west flight from Oakland, California to Honolulu, Hawaii (1937)

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Updated: February 24, 2017 — 10:34 pm

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  1. speed record for east-to-west flight from Oakland, California to Honolulu, Hawaii 1937

    1. 1937 (March) – Amelia Earhart, with navigator Fred Noonan, began her flight around the world along the equator from east to west, flying from Oakland, California, to Hawaii in 15 hours, 47 minutes, a new speed record for that route

      Source: http://womenshistory.about.com/od/earhartamelia/a/amelia_earhart_timeline_2.htm

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