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Ohio and North Carolina partisans, who have sniped at each other in a century-long struggle over the Wright Brothers legacy, will join forces this week for a First-in-Flight feud with a new common enemy: Connecticut. In a shared press conference to
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Conn. Historians say it took Gustave Whitehead about five years of work and experimentation to build and fly his Number 21 aircraft on Aug. 14, 1901. But the effort to get the Bridgeport aviator recognized took more than 70 years. The bible of
Published April 01, 2013 FoxNews.com Were the Wright brothers first in flight? Read the fine print. A little-known 1948 contract between the estate of Orville Wright and the Smithsonian has the museum legally bound to call the Wright brothers first
Ohio (AP) Descendants of the Wright brothers are licensing their forebears' famous name and likeness for consumer goods to help support the Ohio mansion where Orville Wright lived for decades. The Dayton Daily News reports the Wright brothers brand
The most beautiful dream that has haunted the heart of man since Icarus is today reality," French aviator Louis Bleriot said of the achievement, and who, six years later, on a wing and a prayer, was feted as the first to cross the English Channel.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth joined a spectacular armada of 1,000 vessels on Sunday for the most dazzling display of British pageantry seen on London's River Thames for 350 years, watched by cheering crowds celebrating her 60th year on the throne.
3 June 2012 Many animal lovers find it hard to part with their pets when they die. So when cat Orville, named after the famous aviator Orville Wright, was run over by a car, his artist owner decided to turn him into a permanent piece of artwork as
Staff Writer Maybe the Outer Banks weather turned foul, or the airplane's engine wouldn't start, or learning to fly got too tedious. But whatever the reason, the Wright Brothers liked to relax with a .22-caliber rifle and a hand-drawn target. The