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Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation November 2011

Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation November 2011

by Caroline Miniscule
     
 
Not a day goes by that, somewhere in the world, a print or online newspaper publishes some kind of article on a woman pilot.

Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation will chronicle this news on a monthly basis, as well as provide in-depth articles about women pilots.

Breakaway November:
Calendar
1. Aviation Calendar – January

Overview

Not a day goes by that, somewhere in the world, a print or online newspaper publishes some kind of article on a woman pilot.

Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation will chronicle this news on a monthly basis, as well as provide in-depth articles about women pilots.

Breakaway November:
Calendar
1. Aviation Calendar – January 2012

Articles
1. Vernice Armour: Accelerated Passion
2. Why I Am Not Afraid to Fly, by Katherine Stinson (1919)
3. History of The Powder Puff Derby: The First Race – 1947

News
1. News Articles, November 1-30, 2011: Headlines Only
2. News Headlines and Brief Synopsis of Articles, November 1-30, 2011

Appendices
1. Selected Museums Devoted to Women in Aviation

Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation is compiled and written by Caroline Miniscule. She is the author of the fiction books in The Coldest Equations series (The Coldest Equations: The Labyrinth Makers and The Coldest Equations: The People Out There) also available on the Nook, as is her annotation of Dorothy Sayers Whose Body?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013832046
Publisher:
Sacred Poet Press
Publication date:
12/10/2011
Series:
Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
290 KB

Meet the Author

Breakaway: The History of Women in Aviation is compiled and written by Caroline Miniscule. She is the author of the fiction books in The Coldest Equations series (The Coldest Equations: The Labyrinth Makers and The Coldest Equations: The People Out There) also available on the Nook, as is her annotation of Dorothy Sayers Whose Body?

Caroline is also a contributor to The Thunder Child webzine.

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