Charles Lindbergh moved numerous times when he was younger because his father was in Congress (Horrigan 8). Frequently moving caused young Charles to always have a camera on him and he always took pictures of his family (Horrigan 5). These pictures were later donated, by Charles Lindbergh, to the Minnesota Historical Society (Horrigan 5). Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. was born in Sweden on January 20, 1859 (Charles para. 34-35). His father immigrated to the United States to attend Michigan Law School (Charles para. 34-35). After being a lawyer for many years, he ran for Congress and served for ten years, serving from 1907 to1917 (Charles para. 34-35). To prove that Charles Lindbergh Sr. was a fantastic and hardworking governor and congressman, the Capitol Hill reporter stated, “In all year I have been in Washington he is the only man I have ever known to had read the entire twenty volume ...
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