Perhaps nowhere in America did three distinct and diverse cultures create such a colorful tapestry of the social fabric which forms the backdrop of this book. qBulldogs Foreverq is a history of a New Mexico school, Albuquerque High School, from its founding in 1879 to the author's graduation in 1954. The book effectively relates the reflections of teenagers from the waning pioneer days of the late 19th century to the Golden Era that followed World War II. The author, an outstanding athlete, relates how the team sports of football, basketball and baseball played a major role in the feeling of togetherness, belonging and accomplishment in a school of culturally diverse students. qBulldogs Foreverq pays tribute to teachers, coaches, teammates and students in a nostalgic look at high school life.A History of Albuquerque High School and a Memoir of the Class of 1954 H. L. Quist. community threats.aquot; John Milne, the Albuquerque Superintendent, refused to play the game if the AHS Black athletes would not compete. Milne stated, aquot;If we anbsp;...
|Author||:||H. L. Quist|
|Publisher||:||Virtualbookworm Publishing - 2004-08-01|