Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
Preserves the history of Negro League baseball from the 1920s to the early 1960s. Located in Kansas City, Missouri.
Black Baseball's Negro Baseball Leagues
Web site dedicated to the generation of ballplayers who were denied the opportunity to play in the major leagues during a time when there was a color barrier excluding African Americans.
Negro League Baseball
News, feature articles, player and team profiles, and more.
Negro League Baseball Players Association (NLBPA)
Official site. Exists to honor and celebrate the significant contribution of Negro Leagues players to baseball and American history, to collect and preserve that history, to educate others so that Negro League players may be a source of pride and inspiration for generations to come, and to support and promote the general and financial well being of former Negro Leagues players.
Wikipedia: Negro League Baseball
Hyperlinked history of the African American baseball leagues of the first half of the 20th century.
Manley, Effa (1900-1981)@
Describes the life of activist and Negro League Baseball team owner Effa Manley including her family, her devotion to baseball and the rights of its players, and her election as the first woman into the National Baseball Hall of Fame
Wikipedia: Negro American League
User-created history of the Negro American League, which allowed African American ballplayers to play baseball at major league levels in the first half of the 20th century.
Wikipedia: Negro National League (1933-1948)
User-created history of the Negro National League, which allowed African American ballplayers to play baseball at major league levels in the first half of the 20th century.