The American Indian Integration of Baseball

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Selected Bibliography

ARCHIVES AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

American Indian Athletics Hall of Fame. Haskell Indian Nations University Archives. Lawrence KS.

Beinecke Library. Yale University Special Collections. New Haven CT.

Cumberland County Historical Society. Carlisle Indian Industrial School Collections Carlisle PA.

Dinand Library. Holy Cross College Archives. Worcester MA.

Kroch Library. Cornell University Special Collections. Harold and Dorothy Seymour Papers. Ithaca NY

Lake County Museum. Curt Teich Collection. Wauconda IL.

U.S. Library of Congress. Periodical and Photography Collections. Washington DC.

National Archives and Records Administration. National Archives. Washington DC; Central Plains Region. Kansas City MO; Southwest Region. Fort Worth TX.

National Baseball Hall of Fame Library. A. Bartlett Giamatti Research Center. Cooperstown NY.

Sporting News Library Archives. St. Louis MO.

The Wallaceburg and District Museum. Wallaceburg ON, Canada.


PUBLISHED SOURCES

Aaseng, Nathan. Athletes. American Indians Lives Series. New York: Facts on File, 1995.

Abraham, Eli. “The Indians: A Speech of Eli Abraham, A Native Indian, Delivered Before the Dakota Association.” The American Missionary 41, no. 6 (June 1887): 174–75.

Adams, David Wallace. Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience, 1875–1928. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1997.

Allen, Lee. Cooperstown Corner: Columns from the Sporting News. Cleveland: SABR, 1980.

Altherr, Thomas L. “North American Indigenous People and Baseball.” Above the

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