In Baseball History Research 101, Brian McKenna
has brought together in one quick and easy synopsis a complete guide for the beginning researcher.
Individual chapters highlight the necessary... More > topics:
* Selecting Your Field of Study
* Available Resources
* Web Sites
* Digital Archives
* Searching Resources, Sites and Archives
* Making Contacts
* Organizing Your Data
* Writing and Getting Published
You will discover not only where to search but how and why. Then, you'll be given hints in making notes, maintaining your data and organizing it.
The program utilizes the most inexpensive methods possible. Most resources are free or can be examinedrather cheaply.
Appendixes are also provided which offer a
bibliographical listing of baseball works and
pre-prepared forms which you'll find useful during
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Full-length biography of baseball Hall of Famer Clark Griffith, famed pitcher, manager and executive whose career spanned eight decades from the 1880s until his death in 1955.
Clark Griffith was an... More > integral part of much of the early history of the major leagues. His accomplishments within the game were varied: winning pitcher in over 230 games; unionizating; relief pitching; a founder of the American League; pennant-winning manager; integration; founder of the New York Yankees; long-time manager, executive and owner of the Washington Senators.< Less