Daring and Intrepid Airwomen: Long Island’s Pioneer Women Aviators

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Local History

Age Group:

Adults
Registration for this event will close on May 11, 2021 @ 7:00pm.
There are 57 seats remaining.

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The first woman aviator flew on Long Island in 1910. Within months, other women were taking flying lessons on the Hempstead Plains and became among the first women licensed aviators. In the late 1920s, a 17-year-old woman from Freeport flew under all four East River bridges! And in 1928, another Long Island woman was responsible for propelling Amelia Earhart to fame. Join Dr. Natalie Naylor to learn about these and other Long Island’s pioneer women pilots. 

This program will be presented as a Zoom meeting. Please register and include your email address. The zoom link will be emailed to all registrants at least one day prior to the program 


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