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"Seeking to better understand the integration of first-through second-generation Latino adolescents in rural America, my study examines education support for immigrant youth in rural America during the already arduous times of Covid-19 in order to…

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Drawing of Clyde Cessna flying Silverwings over the family farm on the Cessna Christmas card

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Race piolet Roy Liggett stands with the CR2, "Miss Wanda". Liggett was flying this plane when it malfunctioned mid-flight, killing him in the crash

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This small shed is affectionately called the Machine Shop. It was here that Clyde Cessna, his wife, and his children lived from 1912-1914 until a house was moved to the property.

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Cessna stands in front of his 1917 plane, The Comet, and the J. J. Motor Co. factory which it was built.

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This is a picture of Clyde Cessna's farmhouse. The house was moved onto the property in the mid-1910s and provided living space for him and his family.

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Full page from the Wichita Beacon over the Thresherman's convention, adds for threshers, and adds for Reo cars.

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Clyde Cessna is shown cranking the Cessna Roots No. 2. This plane was completed in the fall of 1927.

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Clyde Cessna takes off in Silverwings

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Clyde Cessna was a farmer. While he tinkered on his air crafts and performed his flyovers he was always operating his Rago Farm. Cessna flew his planes to market, church, and to work in Wichita.

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