6 edition of Shades of Glory found in the catalog.
March 20, 2007
by National Geographic
Written in English
|Contributions||Jules Tygiel (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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Shades of Glory is a very good narrative history of Black Baseball. It includes pre-segregation players such as Moses Fleetwood Walker, the Heyday of the Negro leagues and the teams that continued to play after the color barrier was broken.
The book is thorough and I think will help people understand baseball's place in Black society of the by: 4. Shades of Glory is a fascinating book that talks about the struggle that African Americans had to go through in order to play with the professional league baseball players.
This book has a lot of information that will really make you want to read more about it. The /5. Shades Of Glory: Age Of Magic - A Kurtherian Gambit Series (The Hidden Magic Chronicles Book 3) - Kindle edition by Sloan, Justin, Anderle, Michael.
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LibraryThing Review User Review - dougwood57 - LibraryThing. Shades of Glory is a very fine history tracing the arc of "Negro League" baseball from its beginning through it glory days through its inevitable and sadly ironic end once the white leagues were /5(8).
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Shades of Glory by Lawrence D. Hogan,National Geographic Society, Publishers Group Worldwide [distributor] edition, in EnglishPages: Shades of Glory Age of Magic: The Hidden Magic Chronicles, Book 3 By: Michael Anderle, Justin Sloan.
Get this from a library. Shades of glory. [Lawrence D Hogan; National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.] -- Commissioned by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum with funding from Major League Baseball, this work chronicles the Negro Leagues era, combining on. Shades of Glory, Book 3 in The Hidden Magic Chronicles.
By Justin Sloan and Michael Anderle. Snippet 1. Unedited. Rhona strode forward, always pressing on, refusing to be the one to slow down the group. Shades of Glory: Age of Magic: The Hidden Magic Chronicles, Book 3 (Unabridged) Michael Anderle & Justin Sloan.
$; $; Publisher Description. An army of sorcerers has taken over. Rhona and Alastar have formed alliances and are learning how to master their magic. The fight that awaits is. Shades of Glory is a very fine history tracing the arc of "Negro League" baseball from its beginning through it glory days through its inevitable and sadly ironic end once the white leagues were integrated.
I still prefer Robert Peterson's groundbreaking history 'Only the Ball Was White', but this book also tells the history reasonably well/5(12).
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Shades of Glory (New edition) By Lawrence D. Hogan National Geographic Books. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Shades of Glory (New edition), Lawrence D. Hogan, A comprehensive, objective, and well-researched narrative on the history of African-American baseball, "Shades of Glory" brings to life the players, owners, and fans who made.
5 Responses to “Shades of Glory: a Review” William Miller Says: Febru at am | Reply. Nice review. I picked this book up at a library sale for just a couple of bucks some years ago, but for some reason, still haven’t gotten around to reading it.Shades of Glory, The Hidden Magic Chronicles Book 3.
By Justin Sloan and Michael Anderle. Snippet 3. Unedited “Remnant!” a voice shouted, then repeated itself again, “Remnant nearby, and they’re attacking a group led by Laird Lokane!”.Shades of Glory is a page, hardcover volume that explores the entire spectrum of African-American baseball.
It is an excellent resource for any library user interested in American history, African-American history, or baseball. Shades of Glory was published in by the National Geographic is the leaner version of an page manuscript called Out of the Shadows that was.