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On the night of March 19, 1955, a baby girl was born to an indigenous Alaskan woman in a single-engine plane flying over the Yukon River toward Tanana, Alaska. The baby was delivered by female physician Jean Persons, and the plane was flown by Alaskan bush pilot Garfield Hansen.
The baby was named Josephine after the song “Come Josephine In My Flying Machine.”
Source: “Baby Born in Plane High Over Yukon River.” Hartford Courant 22 Mar. 1955: 9.