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On 2 July 1966 a bronze plaque inscribed with the first two versus of Earhart's poem "Courage is the Price" was placed at the top of a mountain in Yosemite National Park. Rocketdyne Mountaineering Club member Gordon Palmer had chosen this mountain…

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The Rocketdyne Mountaineering Club of Pasadena dedicated the bronze plaque atop Mount Amelia Earhart on 3 July 1966. The plaque is inscribed with the first two versus of a poem written by Earhart called "Courage is the Price."

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Mount Amelia Earhart was dedicated to the record-breaking pilot on 3 July 1966. The mountain is in Yosemite National Park and reaches a height of 12,000 feet.

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This newspaper clipping shows Earhart's cousin receiving a photograph of the Rocketdyne Mountaineering Club of Pasadena, California. The club had dedicated a plaque to be placed at the top of Mount Amelia Earhart on 3 July 1966.
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