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AAHS Journal Vol 62, No 2
AAHS Journal, Vol 62, No 2
Summer 2017

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This Day in History: 
August 19, 1932

James A. Mollison, a British pilot, completes the first westbound transatlantic solo flight, landing his deHavilland Puss Moth in Pennfield, New Brunswick after having departed Portmarnock, Ireland.

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