Charles A Lindbergh

Charles Augustus Lindbergh II

  • Sobriquet: The Lone Eagle
  • Moniker: Lucky Lindy
  • American


Notable for many aviation achievements, he is usually remembered for flying solo across the Atlantic. Charles Lindbergh began in aviation as a wingwalker, barnstormer and parachutist. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Technical adviser Pan American World Airways 1930

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1902/02/10 Charles Augustus Lindbergh is born in Detroit Born Charles Lindbergh's Birthday
1907/00/00 Family home 1907 to 1920 Charles A Lindbergh State Park Little Falls
1920/00/00 Graduated from the Primary Flying School at Brooks Field during the 1920s Education Brooks Air Force Base - Hangar 9 San Antonio
1925/03/16 Charles Lindbergh is involved in a serious flight accident during his pilot training with the US Army Air Service when his SE-5 collided in midair with that of another cadet. Lindbergh parachutes to safety. Education
1927/05/09 Charles A Lindbergh takes off from North Island in 'The Spirit of St Louis' en route to New York and across the Atlantic to Paris Pilot Naval Air Station, San Diego, Historic District San Diego Aviation Spans the Atlantic
1927/05/09 Charles A Lindbergh takes off from North Island in 'The Spirit of St Louis' en route to New York and across the Atlantic to Paris Pilot Naval Air Station, San Diego, Historic District San Diego Lindbergh's Transatlantic Flight: New York to Paris
1927/05/26 Louis Franchet d'Esperey welcomes Charles Lindbergh to a gala for him and the conquest of air. Pilot Theatre des Champs-Elysees Paris Lindbergh's Transatlantic Flight: New York to Paris
1927/06/00 Charles Lindbergh re-writes WE over three weeks in June-July at Falaise Author Sands Point Preserve North Hempstead Lindbergh's Transatlantic Flight: New York to Paris
1927/06/10 Charles A Lindbergh stays with President Calvin Coolidge, 10 June 1927 to 12 June 1927. Visitor Washington Club Washington, DC
1927/07/00 Clarence H Mackay host a gala dinner and reception for Charles A Lindbergh to celebrate his return to America from his trans-Atlantic flight. Guest of Honor Duncan-Mackay Mansion New York City
1927/07/26 Lindbergh flies from Concord to Springfield, Vermont and stays at James Hartness' house, room 6 in the current inn Advocate Hartness House Springfield Charles Lindbergh's Aviation Promotional Tour
1927/07/27 "We" by Charles Lindbergh is published on by G P Putnam's Sons in New York. Author WE (1927 book)
1927/08/29 Charles Lindbergh stays at the Fort Des Moines Hotel Advocate Hotel Fort Des Moines Des Moines Charles Lindbergh's Aviation Promotional Tour
1927/09/05 Lindbergh flies from Boise, Idaho to Butte, Montana, parking his plane in a hangar (still at Bert Mooney Airport), a crowd of nearly 40,000 stampede to get a closer look at Lindbergh and the Spirit of St Louis Advocate Butte Montana Charles Lindbergh's Aviation Promotional Tour
1927/09/20 Charles Lindbergh speaks to a crowd of 60,000 - "airports are the most important factor in the development of aviation...I wish to say that if you expect to keep your city on the air map, it will be necessary to construct a municipal airport." Advocate Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Charles Lindbergh's Aviation Promotional Tour
1929/05/27 Anne Morrow, the daughter of Dwight Morrow, marries Charles A Lindbergh in a private ceremony, at the home of the bride's parents in Englewood, New Jersey. Groom The Elisabeth Morrow School Englewood Marriage of Anne Morrow and Charles A Lindbergh
1929/06/15 Charles Lindbergh meets with William Hearst at his residence on Riverside Dr and 86th St, NYC. Hearst offers Lindbergh $500,000 and 10 percent of the gross receipts to star in a motion picture opposite Marion Davies. Lindbergh politely declines. Guest Yorkville
1929/06/16 At his 5th Ave apartment, Charles Lindbergh receives a pair of silver goblets, valued at $50,000 and crafted in Hanover in 1700, from William R Hearst. Guest
1930/00/00 Anne and Charles Lindbergh visit Camp Hoover. The President and Charles Lindbergh build dams along Mill Prong to form pools for trout, circa 1930. Visitor Camp Hoover Shenandoah National Park
1930/11/27 As Charles Lindbergh views the pulsations of the heart of a living animal under anesthesia at the research laboratories of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, he gets an inspiration for the design of an artificial heart and lung. Inventor Founder's Hall, The Rockefeller University New York City Invention of the Perfusion Pump
1930/11/28 Alexis Carrel shows Lindbergh two unsuccessful attempts at building an artificial heart that will perfuse living organisms isolated from the body. Carrel says he can create the perfusion fluid but he needs a device that will avoid bacteria. Inventor Founder's Hall, The Rockefeller University New York City Invention of the Perfusion Pump
1931/00/00 Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow, in a Lockheed Sirius, establish the air routes between New York and China via Churchill in Canada, Nome, Petropavlosk, Tokyo and Nanking Pilot PanAm Establishes New York to China Route
1932/00/00 Home Highfields Amwell
1932/00/00 Home Highfields Hopewell Township
1933/07/09 Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow leave New York to survey commercial flight routes around the Atlantic landing in Greenland, Iceland, Sweden, Russia, Denmark, Scotland, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Brazil and Puerto Rico, 9 July 1933 to 19 December 1933 Pilot Aviation Spans the Atlantic
1941/00/00 Aubrey Niel Morgan and wife, Constance Cutter Morrow, buy Lancaster House and its nearly 1,700 acres of farmlands. Constance was the sister of Anne Lindbergh. Morgan named the estate Plas Newydd, Welsh for "new place." Visitor Judge Columbia Lancaster House Ridgefield
1955/00/00 Collecting shells from the beaches near their vacation home, site is now the Tween Waters Inn on Captiva Island, inspires Anne Morrow Lindbergh to write a 'Gift From the Sea', published in 1955. Home Tween Waters Inn Captiva Island

1 Creative Work by Charles A Lindbergh »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
WE (1927 book) Author Memoir 1927/07/27
  • 1000 or so Notable Biographies, Histories and Verfabulas

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