Course DescriptionYou've heard about the Wright Brothers & Amelia Earhart, but what about Harriet Quimby or the Barnstormers? This class focuses on the fascinating era of early aviation from the turn-of-the-century until the 1920s. Discover how the Wright Brothers became interested in flight, see what makes airplanes fly, and learn about some of the major names in the early aviation world, including Barnstormers and Air Mail pilots. The aim of this class is to showcase the early period of aviation, from recreational showmanship to potential commercial utilization, focusing on the many daring pioneers.
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