For a small group we accomplish a lot!
Many of our club members are volunteers at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum. The museum is located at
640 5th Street.
Scholarships The NSGW offers four scholarships to a Lincoln High School students. The students are
required to complete an application and write a short essay on local California History. Check with your high school counseler for an application.
Plaque dedications The Lincoln Native Sons have dedicated several historical plaques. Some include the
Lincoln IOOF building, Fleming building, Emmada building,
Manzanita Cemetery, Lincoln Methodist Church, Sheridan Cemetery, Fruitvale School, Jansen Building and
Lincoln High School.
Far left: Methodist Church
Jerry Logan and owners of the Fleming
Building Jane Tahti and Al Fleming.
Jim Hernandez, Emmada building owner Eli Demas,and Jerry Logan.
Jerry Logan in front of the IOOF Building.
Buggy Our club has restoring three horse drawn buggies. The first was donated in memory of
Dick Mariner a local rancher and long time Native Son member. The second was donated to the Native Sons by Oliver Grey.
More Photos Mariner buggy. , Grey buggy.
A third buggy was donated by Ron "Smokey" Reves.