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The formation, rise, and ultimate decline of Negro League baseball in the United States :

The formation, rise, and ultimate decline of Negro League baseball in the United States Andrew Hoing

Why Negro League Baseball?:

Why Negro League Baseball? Everyone knows Jackie Robinson What about everyone else? Forgotten era of baseball

Evolution of the Negro Leagues:

Evolution of the Negro Leagues 1884: Moses “Fleetwood” Walker becomes first African American to play on major league baseball team 1890: gentlemen’s agreement bars blacks from baseball 1920: Rube Foster founds Negro National League 1946: Jackie Robinson breaks color barrier 1949:Negro National League disbands

Keywords:

Keywords Negro League Baseball National Negro League Rube Foster black baseball history of baseball color ban Jackie Robinson Negro American League

Implications:

Implications Bring attention to largely forgotten era What would baseball be today without Negro Leagues?

Preliminary References:

Preliminary References Canale , L. (2000). The Negro Leagues. Footsteps , 2(2), 2. Retrieved from EBSCO host . Chadwick, B. (1992). When the game was black and white: The illustrated history of the Negro Leagues (1st ed.). New York: Abbeville Press. Kirwin , B. (2005). Out of the shadows: African American baseball from the Cuban Giants to Jackie Robinson. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Lanctot , N. (1994). Fair dealing and clean playing: The Hilldale Club and the development of black professional baseball, 1910-1932. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland. Lanctot , N. (2004). Negro League baseball: The rise and ruin of a black institution. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press. Mathewson, A. (1998). Major League Baseball's monopoly power and the Negro Leagues. American Business Law Journal , 35(2), 291. Retrieved from EBSCO host . Rogosin , D. (1983). Invisible men: Life in baseball's Negro Leagues (1st ed.). New York: Atheneum . Rubinstein, W. D. (2003). Jackie Robinson and the integration of Major League Baseball. History Today , 53(9), 20. Retrieved from EBSCO host . White, S., Malloy, J., & White, S. (1995). Sol white's history of colored base ball, with other documents on the early black game, 1886-1936. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

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