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Français : Le premier voyage aérien entre Bouy et Reims le 21 novembre 1908
English: Henry Farman cross-country flight with aeroplane on Scientific American's front cover 21 November 1908. The cover includes the text: Vol. XCIX - No. 21., NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 21, 1908.

Henry Farman making the first cross-country flight that has ever been accomplished with an aeroplane. The 17 miles between the military camp at Chalons

and the city of Rheims, France, were covered in about 20 minutes.

A NEW ERA IN AERIAL NAVIGATION - [see pages 350 and 357.]
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