Lee Micklin

Independent Historian

Lee Micklin has enjoyed working with diverse populations in a variety of positions in over twenty-five years as an educator.  These populations include the urban mixture of Garfield, Seattle’s flagship magnet high school, the K-8 students of the Quileute Tribal School in LaPush, Washington, and the small personalized learning communities at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle, l, a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools.  She is currently a Librarian and an English teacher at Bothell High School. She is the author of “Born Cree: The Life of Pete Hawley of Sitting Horse Drum” and numerous articles on Seattle history for HistoryLink.org.

John K. Haynes (1943- )

Image Ownership: Public domain ENTRY SPONSOR: Robert Green John Kermit Haynes, biologist and academic administrator, is most famous for discovering methods for the detection and treatment of sickle cell anemia. Haynes was born on October 30, 1943 in Monroe, Louisiana. His father, John Kermit Haynes Sr. was a local … Read MoreJohn K. Haynes (1943- )