Lincoln High Class of '71

African-American Trivia
Birthday Luncheon
Judge Steele
"60's" Party
60's Party Part II
60's Party Part III
Happy "60th" Sharon Biggins Leonard
Happy 60th, Michael Malone!
Happy Birthday, Michelle!!
Happy Birthday, Liz Johnson!!
Dr. Bridget Steele
Honor to Whom Honor Is Due
Courtney Lamb Our First Recipient
Classmate Profile -- Elloise Dotson Anderson
Sick & Shut-In
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Activity Page*
Lincoln: Historical Landmark
Tiger Bonding
Scholarship Information
Iva Speaks
2006 Reunion Revisited
Family Matters (Gerald West)
Family Matters #2
Steele Family Matters
Glover Family Matters
Taylor Family Matters
McMillan Family Matters
Wilson Family Matters
Graduating Class of 1971
Graduates of 2010
40-Year Reunion -- Friday Night
Reunion on Friday Night
Reunion -- Saturday Night
Reunion -- Saturday Night
Business Advertising #1
Business Advertising #2
More Role Models
African-American Trivia
African American Trivia # 2
African-American Trivia # 3
Fight Song
School Song
Memorial Day 2010: A Time to Reflect
In Loving Memory of ....
Our Teachers, Our Heroes
A Memorial for Our Coaches
Tracing Lincoln's Roots

African-American History  With Answers
     Identify the three celebrities in the top row.  Then match each  picture with its description:
A.  I was the first person to perform open-heart surgery.  Picture #2 - Daniel Hale Williams, 1893 at Provident Hospital in Chicago, Ilinois
B.  My novel "Beloved" earned me the honor of being named  the first African-American to  win a Nobel Prize in literature.  Pictures #1 -- Toni Morrison (in  1993)  -- "Beloved"  was eventually portrayed on the big screen with Oprah Winfrey and Thandie Newton.
C.  I was the first African-American to win an Academy Award.  What was the name of the movie? Picture #3 -- Hattie McDaniel played in "Gone With the Wind" in 1939





Lincoln High School History
   Now do the same for  our  teachers pictured  to your right and left:
A.  I earned a master's degree at age 19.  Pictures #4 - Ms. Mildred Davis
B.  I was the  valedictorian  of my graduating class at Lincoln.  After graduating from Wiley College, I returned to Lincoln as a teacher.  Pictures # 2 -- Mrs. Frances Glenn Roberson
C.  My college major was industrial arts. However, I taught a different subject matter at Lincoln.  Pictures # 1 - Captain Lester Mays
D.  I eventually left Lincoln to teach at a community college.  Picture # 3 -- Mr. Oliver Fountain went on  to teach math at Eastfield College.




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