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Louisa Jaggar
Kevin Mambo
Pat Smith

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Abstract

Special Performance of The Flying Hobos

The Flying Hobos is an interactive living history play that demonstrates the life and accomplishments of the first African Americans to fly across the United States. In 1932, James Herman Banning and co-pilot, Thomas C. Allen, became the first Black pilots to fly coast-to-coast from Los Angeles, California to Long Island, New York.

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The Flying Hobos performance will take place on Tuesday, October 25 with the time TBD.

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The Flying Hobos

Special Performance of The Flying Hobos

The Flying Hobos is an interactive living history play that demonstrates the life and accomplishments of the first African Americans to fly across the United States. In 1932, James Herman Banning and co-pilot, Thomas C. Allen, became the first Black pilots to fly coast-to-coast from Los Angeles, California to Long Island, New York.

https://commons.erau.edu/ntas/2022/day-2/1

 

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