In the century since its invention by the Wright Brothers, the airplane has profoundly changed the world and become an emblem of our time. Noted Wright biographer Tom D. Couch underscores the importance of the Wright family, their distinct personalities and the roles of North Carolina's Outer Banks and Dayton, Ohio as laboratories of flight. A foreword by astronaut John Glenn deepens our sense of their place in history.
Softcover, 116 pages.
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