2003 . Social Science, Ethnic Studies, Sports & Recreation, Baseball . Michael E. Lomax
An account of the birth of black baseball and its dramatic passage from grass-roots venture to commercial enterprise. It assesses the impact of urbanization and migration, and applauds those innovators who forged black baseball into a parallel club that also appealed to whites.
Syracuse University Press
0815629702 (ISBN13: 9780815629702)
No reviews for this book yet