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Thank you inquiring volunteering as a Historical Writer

Volunteer Details for Historical Writer
Title Historical Writer
Description Research and write a historical essay on an Aeronca-related topic. Topics include aircraft, events, Aeronca facts, biographies, or any historical analysis related to Aeronca.
Skills Required Research, writing
Tools Needed MS Word, and possibly a scanner or digital camera.
Location Online
Details You will select a topic from an existing list of ideas or propose a topic of historical research that will be added to our Knowledge Brief archive of Aeronca history. Then you will need to do all the research, data collection, scanning and photography that is necessary to an essay on your subject. At least 250 words and one photo. At most 2500 words and 20 photos.

Available Historical Writer assignment that you can accept.

Assignments available for Historical Writer
Biography - Harold Moorehouse - Build engine for Roche Flivver Assign to me.
Biography - Aeronca C-4 and first Aeronca General Manager. Assign to me.
Biography - Carl Friedlander - President Assign to me.
Biography - John Friedlander - Vice President Assign to me.
Biography - Ray Hermes - Chief engineer after WWII Assign to me.
Biography - Louis Wehrung - Test Pilot Assign to me.
Biography - Maurice Fry - Test Pilot Assign to me.
Biography - Bill Pancake - Aeronca subject-matter expert Assign to me.
Event - Sunkist Lady endurance flight record Assign to me.
Event - City of Yuma world endurance record. Assign to me.
Event - 1937 Flood at Lunken. Assign to me.
Aircraft - C2 Assign to me.
Aircraft - C3 series Assign to me.
Aircraft - C1 Assign to me.
Aircraft - C4 (Dietz Proposed) Assign to me.
Engine - E-107 series Assign to me.
Engine - E-113 series Assign to me.
Aircraft - Low Wing (LA, LB, LC) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca K Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca KC Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca CF Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca KCA Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca KM and KF Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Chief 50C and 65C (Pre-war) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Super Chief (65CA, 65LA) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Tandem (TC, TL, TF) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Defender (TAC, TAL, TAF) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca TG-5 Glider Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca L-3 series (YO58, O58A, O58B, O58C) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Champ (7AC, 7BCM, 7CCM, 7DC, 7EC) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Chief (11AC, 11BC, 11CC) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Aeronca Sedan (15AC) Assign to me.
Aircraft - Glider Bombs Assign to me.
Aircraft - PT23 ande PT26 Assign to me.
Facts - Aerocna Data Plates – History, Evolution, Examples Assign to me.
Facts - MAA Data Plates Assign to me.
Facts - Original N-Numbers on Aeroncas Assign to me.
Facts - Aeronca Serial Numbers Assign to me.
Facts - Steel pre-war struts Assign to me.
Facts - AN parts database with photos and specifications. Assign to me.
Facts - Museum worldwide that have Aeronca displays. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King and Daniel Brimm - International Airline Distance Record, multi-seater, Light Seaplanes, Third Category, June 16, 1935 from North Branch to Whitney's Landing. Distance 185.4 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - 500 Kilometer Speed Record for single-seater Light Seaplanes, flying an Aeronca C-2 at Miami FL. Speed: 70.499 miles per hour. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - Airline Distance Record, Single-seater, Light Seaplanes, Sept 26, 1935, flying an Aeronca C-2 from Anacostia DC to Croton Bay, Ossining, NY. Distance: 230.314 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Edward W Stitt - Airline Distance Record, for single-seater Light landplanes, Nov 24, 1935, flying an Aeronca C-2 from Toledo OH to Lawrenceville VA. Distance 449.5 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - International Altitude Record, Single-seater Light Seaplanes, flying an Aeronca C-2 at Anacostia DC. Altitude: 15,081 feet. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - Airline Distance Recordfor Light Seaplanes. Second Category, June 25, 1935, flying an Aeronca C-2 from Port Washington, NU to Anacostia DC. Distance 221.20 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - 100 Kilometer Speed Record, for a Single-seater Light Seaplanes, flying an Aeronca C-2 at Miami, FL, December 11, 1935. Speed 80-931 miles per hour. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Helen Richey - Feminine International 100 Kilometer Speed Record, Fourth Category, Hampton Roads, VA. Feb 1, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout Monoplane. Average Speed: 72.224 miles per hour. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Mr. and Mrs. Terrie Moore - International Altitude Record, for Multi-seater, Third Category, at Boston, MA, Feb 1, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-3 seaplane, Altitude: 11,558 feet. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Ione Coppedge and Mrs. Josephine Garrigus - Feminine International Altitude Record, multi-seater, Third Category, at Dayton, OH, Feb 11, 1936 flying an Aeronca C-3. Altitude: 15,253 feet. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - International Altitude Record, Fourth Category, at Langley Field, VA, April 24, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout. Altitude: 17939 feet. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Benjamin King - International 500 kilometer Speed Record, Fourth Category, Hampton Roads, VA, April 26, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout. Average Speed 74.717 miles per hour. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Helen Richey - Feminine International Altitude Record, Fourth Category, May 9, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout, Washington DC. Altitude: 18488 Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Robert F Turner and George E Craig - International Airline Distance Record for Multi-seater. Third Category, May 20, 1936 flying form Raleigh NC to Boca Raton in an Aeronca C-3. Distance: 653.06 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Wilson L Mills and Constance Righter - International Airline Distance Record, for Multi-seater, Third Category, May 26, 1936, Miami to Winston-Salem, in an Aeronca monoplane. Distance 717.061 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Helen Frigo and Harriett Sackett - Feminine International 100 Kilometer Speed Record, Third Category, at College Park, MD, June 12, 1936 flying an Aeronca C-3. Average Speed: 74.193 miles per hour. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Margaret Bain Tanner - Faminine International 100 Kilometer Speed Record, Second Category, Hampton Roads, VA, Aug 8, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout. Altitude: 19425 feet. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Irene I Crum - International Altitude Record, Fourth Category, at Gallipolis, OH, Aug 23, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-2 Scout. Altitude: 19425 Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Howard C Mayes, Junior - Altitude Record for Junior pilots at Chesapeake, OH, Sept 6, 1936, flying an Aeronca C-3 Scout. Altitude 19,997 Assign to me.
Event - World Record - Henry N Chapman - International Airline Distance Record, Light Seaplanes, 2nd Category, Oct 12, 1937, flying Aeronca S-65-C, from Jamaica Bay near Floyd Bennett Field, NY to Industrial Canal, New Orleans, LA. Distance: 1163.8 miles. Assign to me.
Event - World Record - J M Jones - International Airline Distance Record, single-seater Light Landplanes, 3rd Category, Nov 29-30, 1938 from Los Angeles CA to Roosevelt Field, NY in an Aeronca C-50. Distance 2477 miles. Assign to me.
Biography - William Hall - Chief Engineer during WWII Assign to me.
Biography - John Dohse - Original partner with Jean Roche Assign to me.