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“A life has to move or it stagnates.  Even this life, I think.  Every tomorrow ought not to resemble every yesterday.” – Beryl Markham      ...

“A life has to move or it stagnates. Every tomorrow ought not to resemble every yesterday.” – Beryl Markham Two of my fav.

Beryl Markham - Aviatrix, Horsewoman, and adventuress ... How cool can you POSSIBLY get?

Beryl Markham,Aviatrix, Horsewoman, and adventuress - friend of Denys Finch Hatton and Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen)

Pilot Beryl Markham - first woman to fly solo West to East from England to Newfoundland.

Beryl Markham - She was the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic from east to west, British-born and raised in Kenya, she told her story in her acclaimed autobiography "West with the Night"

women of shakespeare + name meanings note: some of these names had multiple meanings, so i chose the one i felt best suited the character ....

Note: Love the name Cordelia!women of shakespeare + name meanings note: some of these names had multiple meanings, so i chose the one i felt best suited the character .

Beryl Markham,'West with the Night'

Beryl Markham before her record-setting transatlantic flight. Author of "West with the Night.

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Scandalous Women: The Many Lives of Beryl Markham

Scandalous Women: The Many Lives of Beryl Markham

Major Eric George Sherbrooke Walker, MC (1887–1976) was hotelier and founder of the Outspan Hotel and Treetops Hotel in Kenya, as well as a decorated military officer. He is remembered as the host of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip when they visited Treetops in 1952, shortly before receiving news of the death of King George VI and Elizabeth's accession to the throne.

Major Eric George Sherbrooke Walker, MC (1887–1976) was hotelier and founder of the Outspan Hotel and Treetops Hotel in Kenya, as well as a decorated military officer. He is remembered as the host of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip when they visited Treetops in 1952, shortly before receiving news of the death of King George VI and Elizabeth's accession to the throne.

Rachel Carson - Marine biologist, conservationist & native of Springdale Borough. Her book "Siilent Spring," published in 1962, documents the harmful effects of pesticides, especially on birds, and is credited with helping to launch the environmental movement. Her childhood home is now known as the Rachel Carson Homestead and is on the National Register of Historic Places. On Earth Day 2006, Allegheny County renamed the 9th Street Bridge in honor of her life & accomplishments.

Rachel Louise Carson (May 1907 – April was an American marine biologist and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.

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