Stories from the United States' relationship with the Panama Canal, in celebration of its centenary
Charles Lindbergh was an American aviator, famous for being the first aviator to cross the Atlantic Ocean solo and nonstop. His famous voyage off from New York and landed in Paris. During his career as an aviator Lindbergh flew to many places, and several historic landmarks. One of the most memorable was a flight that took him along the Panama Canal in 1928.