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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: African-American Generations Gaston-Lincoln Rudolph Young

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G.E. Massey Elementary School was named in honor of George E. Massey, the first and only Principal of Newbold High and Elementary School.

Hiram Revel first black Senator in the U.S.A lived in Lincolnton, Rudolph Young

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