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Accessorize your life with unique stickers from an independent artist! Our vinyl stickers are available in four different sizes and are kiss-cut to create a 1/8" border around the perimeter of the design. Each sticker has an adhesive backing with plenty of stickiness to cling to any smooth surface while still being easy to remove.
Elizabeth Bessie Coleman (January 26, 1892 - April 30, 1926) was an African-American civil aviator. She could not gain admission to American flight... more
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Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman (January 26, 1892 - April 30, 1926) was an African-American civil aviator. She could not gain admission to American flight schools because she was black and a woman. No black U.S. aviator would train her either. Robert Abbott, founder and publisher of the Chicago Defender, encouraged her to study abroad. She received financial backing from banker Jesse Binga and the Defender. She took a French-language class at the Berlitz school in Chicago, and then traveled to Paris in 1920, so she could earn her pilot license. She learned to fly in a Nieuport Type 82 biplane, and in 1921, she became the first woman of African-American descent to earn an international aviation license, (the first American of any gender or ethnicity to do so), but the first woman of African-American descent to earn an aviation pilot's license. She became a barnstorming stunt flyer and was known as "Queen Bess". She quickly gained a reputation as a skilled and daring pilot who would stop at n...
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