Anne Morrow Lindbergh (born June 22, 1906 in Englewood, New Jersey) was a writer who was best known for becoming the first woman in the US to earn a glider pilot's license and served as navigator on a transcontinental flight with her husband, Charles Lindbergh. Anne died on February 7, 2001 and her death was because of a stroke and pneumonia. She died at age 94.
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WriterAmerican Born on June 22nd Born in 1906 Born in New JerseyDied in 2001Died at age 94Died from Stroke
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