Lincoln High Class of '71

African-American Trivia # 3
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

Arts  & Entertainment
     Since this is the season of Grammy & Oscar recognition, let's test our knowledge of African-Americans who have excelled in the arts.   

Paul Laurence Dunbar (in all blanks)
1.  __________ was born to former slaves in 1872 in Dayton, Ohio. ________ became one of the most famous and beloved African-American poets of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Between 1893 and 1905, _______ published 14 books. This number was not topped by an African-American writer until 1950.

4.  Who wrote the script for the 1975 hit, Cooley High? Eric Montes

2.  Singer-actor Paul Robeson starred in the musical Showboat in 1928, singing his famous rendition of which song? Ol' Man River

5.  Denzel Washington played in what 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Charles Fuller? A Soldier's Story  --  DEnzel also won the Best Suppoting Actor's Academy Award for his role in "A Soldier's Story."

3.  The Harlem Renaissance, a period of artistic flowering among African-American writers and artists that was centered in Harlem, occurred roughly during which decade? 1920s
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6.  . Who was the only other black actress to win the Academy Award's Best Supporting Actress Oscar since Hattie McDaniel in 1939?  Whoopi Goldberg won the Oscar for her  1990 role in "Ghost."  However, just  last week Jennifer Hudson became the third Afrcan-American to win the Best Supporting Actress Award for her part in "Dream Girls."

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Lincoln  High School History
1.  What was the address of Lincoln during the time we attended?  5000 Oakland Ave.
2.  From where did Lincoln get its name? Lincoln was named after  the community where it was built -- Lincoln Manor. 
3.  In chronological order, name each of Lincoln's principals up to the year we graduated.  T. D. Marshall, H.I. Holland, Otto M. Fridia, Frederick Todd.
4.  Which  of these principals  is a Lincoln graduate? Frederick Todd
5.  Which Lincoln graduate became the first female to sign on to Blue Note Records?  Bobbie Humphrey
6.  The blank space in the ad below hides the  name of a Lincoln alumnus.   She was crowned "Miss Lincoln" during her day. "Miss Lincoln" 1965-1966

  The Dallas Jazz Orchestra

3rd Annual  Shirley Tennison McFatter

High School Jazz Vocal Solo Contest

This contest is partially funded by a grant from the City of Dallas

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