Closing the Show by Michael Catfish Smith
The story of the amazing 1969-70 East Highland High School Indians

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It's a story of a black high school in the fifties and sixties during a segregated era of the deep south, specifically the state of Alabama and the amazing final season of 1969-1970, which was the final year before whole scale intergration in the state of Alabama. The book is a celebration of the accomplishments of East Highland High School and its hall of fame coach Haywood Scissum forty years ago.

About Michael Catfish Smith

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Name: Michael T Smith Age: 49 Race: Black American Native of Sylacauga, Alabama ex marine & East Highland Historian   I will be telling the story of life in the Jim Crow segregated south for black citizens because I lived it, while narrating the story of the Indians.
Published October 28, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 316 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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