The People’s Game: Uncovering Diversity in Baseball, Pottawatomie County and Humboldt, Kansas, 1911-1924

Title

The People’s Game: Uncovering Diversity in Baseball, Pottawatomie County and Humboldt, Kansas, 1911-1924

Subject

Women's and African-American baseball in early 20th-century Kansas

Description

This is a study of baseball in the early twentieth century and the diversity within town teams in Kansas. Research reveals that several Kansas towns housed African-American and women’s teams. This paper is based on fieldwork, journals, books, and historical newspapers and photographs.

Creator

McKenzie Combes

Publisher

Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Date

Spring 2017

Contributor

Kansas State University

Rights

Chapman Center for Rural Studies

Format

PDF

Language

English

Files

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Citation

McKenzie Combes, “The People’s Game: Uncovering Diversity in Baseball, Pottawatomie County and Humboldt, Kansas, 1911-1924,” Kansas History and Life, accessed November 13, 2018, https://othercollections.omeka.net/items/show/57.

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