Black Ball: A Negro Leagues Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring 2009)

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About the Book

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About the Author(s)

Leslie A. Heaphy is an associate professor of history at Kent State University, Stark Campus, in Canton, Ohio.

Bibliographic Details

Edited by Leslie A. Heaphy
Format: softcover (7 x 9)
Pages: 108
Bibliographic Info:
Copyright Date: 2009
pISBN: 1110040000021
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note      3

A Tribute to Wendell Smith
BRIAN CARROLL      4
An “Aggregation of Conceit”: The Minneapolis Keystones, 1907–1911
TODD PETERSON      12
The Forgotten Generation of Black Baseball Stars
RICK SWAINE      25
Pay, Performance, and Race During the Integration Era
MICHAEL J. HAUPERT      37
A Long Way from Palatka: The Early Career of John Henry Lloyd
WES SINGLETARY      52
On the Move with Lázaro Salazar
LAYTON REVEL and LUIS MUÑOZ      68
“The Jet”: Sam Jethroe in the Negro and Major Leagues
STEPHANIE LISCIO      78
The Negro Leagues in Print: A Bibliographic Essay, Part II
LESLIE HEAPHY      84

Book Reviews
Black Writers/Black Baseball: An Anthology of Articles from Black Sportswriters Who Covered the Negro Leagues, Revised Edition by Jim Reisler
REVIEWED BY BRIAN CARROLL      93

Further Reading for This Issue      95
Contributors      103

Book Reviews & Awards

“Some great articles…outstanding scholarship”—The Courier; “fascinating…the articles here are research quality, documented with end notes and sometimes additional reading lists. The book reviews are signed, and the editorial board is impressive…should appeal to a large audience”—Serials Solutions.