Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis in American Historyby Zachary Kent
This book will inspire all great adventurers because the real spirit of St. Louis was the young Charles Lindbergh himself. An indifferent student, Lindbergh rode one of the country's first motorcycles off to aviation school in 1916 to pursue his passion for flying. He was a wingwalker and a stunt jumper, had numerous crashes, and delivered mail. He learned to do everything, including repairing wood and paper wings, and navigating by the stars.
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