Research Notes for Women at Play: the Story of Women in Baseball: Maud Nelson, Margaret Nabel

Research Notes for Women at Play: the Story of Women in Baseball: Maud Nelson, Margaret Nabel

by Barbara Gregorich
     
 

Research Notes for Women at Play: The Story of Women in Baseball is a chronological collection of public domain newspaper articles - research information on which Barbara Gregorich's book detailing the history of women in hardball, 1893 to 1993, was based.

The reprints and notes are arranged not only chronologically, but also by three topics: Bloomer

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Overview

Research Notes for Women at Play: The Story of Women in Baseball is a chronological collection of public domain newspaper articles - research information on which Barbara Gregorich's book detailing the history of women in hardball, 1893 to 1993, was based.

The reprints and notes are arranged not only chronologically, but also by three topics: Bloomer Baseball Before Maud Nelson; Midwest Bloomer Baseball, Mostly Maud Nelson; Eastern Bloomers, Mostly Margaret Nabel.

Within these broad categories are articles on the Blondes and Brunettes; the Western Bloomer Girls; the Cherokee Indian Base Ball team; the New York Bloomer Girls; the Baltimore Black Sox; the Philadelphia Bobbies, and others.

In addition, the book includes the article "My Darling Clementine," detailing Barbara Gregorich's steps in discovering the importance and identity of Maud Nelson.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453875551
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/06/2010
Pages:
122
Sales rank:
777,966
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Barbara Gregorich's works include the novel She's on First as well as the nonfiction work, Women at Play: The Story of Women in Baseball, which won the SABR-Macmillan Award for Best Baseball Research of the Year.

Her works for children include Waltur Buys a Pig in a Poke (chosen as a Cooperative Children's Book Center Choice) and Waltur Paints Himself into a Corner. Gregorich studied at Kent State University, the University of Wisconsin, and Harvard. She worked as an English instructor, a typesetter and a letter carrier. She lives in Chicago with her husband, Phil Passen.

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