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Pioneering aviatrix who opened her own flight school and counted among her first students a young Amelia Earhart.
She was initially rejected by the Curtiss Flying School, but when her second-choice school closed halfway through her studies, she re-applied to Curtiss and was accepted.
She was the first female Iowan to take to the skies; the first woman to train at the Curtiss Flying School; and the first woman to establish a commercial airfield.
How did Neta Snook die?
|Cause of death
|Age of death
|February 14, 1896
|March 23, 1991
|Place of death
|Los Gatos, California, United States
|Place of burial