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Lindbergh's Badger Days - Book

Lindbergh's Badger Days by Anne Vandenburgh, allows you to discover a little-known part of Charles Lindbergh's life. Charles Lindbergh was a student in mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He attended from 1920 to 1922, but left before being granted a degree, because he wanted to learn to fly. He was the first aviator to cross the Atlantic Ocean nonstop. He made the historical solo flight in the Spirit of St. Louis in 1925. He returned to the University of Wisconsin Madison twice after that, in 1927 to promote commercial aviation, and in 1928 to receive an honorary doctorate. Features rare and exceptional photos. Soft cover. 54 pages

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