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  1. Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball by Scott Simon, 2007-03-23
  2. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Great Pioneer (Graphic Library: Graphic Biographies) by Jason Glaser, 2006-01-01
  3. Great Time Coming: The Life Of Jackie Robinson From Baseball to Birmingham by David Falkner, 1996-02-06
  4. Satch, Dizzy, and Rapid Robert: The Wild Saga of Interracial Baseball Before Jackie Robinson by Timothy M. Gay, 2010-03-16
  5. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's First Black Major Leaguer (Rookie Bibliographies) by Carol Greene, 1990-08
  6. Jackie Robinson,: Baseball hero by Gene Schoor, 1958
  7. Jackie Robinson: Baseball Pioneer (First Book) by Howard Reiser, 1992-04
  8. Young Jackie Robinson, Baseball Hero (Troll First-Start Biography) by Troll Books, 1997-01
  9. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Gallant Fighter by Samuel Epstein, 1974-10
  10. Jackie Robinson: Baseball Great & Civil Rights Activist (Essential Lives) by Charles E. Pederson, 2009-01
  11. Jackie Robinson (Baseball Superstars) by Susan Muaddi Darraj, 2008-03-30
  12. Jackie Robinson (Baseball legends) by John F Grabowski, 1991
  13. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend (African-American Biographies) by Karen Mueller Coombs, 1997-01
  14. First in the Field: Baseball Hero Jackie Robinson by Derek T. Dingle, 1998-04-05

1. Jackie Robinson -- Broke Baseball's Color Barrier
Few can know what it must have felt like for Jackie Robinson to play his first game in Major League Baseball. Thanks to Robinson, countless other players to follow him didn't have
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Died : October 24, 1972 in Stamford, Conn.
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: R Yr G AB R H HR RBI SB BA Jackie Robinson biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics. Few can know what it must have felt like for Jackie Robinson to play his first game in Major League Baseball. Thanks to Robinson, countless other players to follow him didn't have to find out. Throughout history, baseball has been in a number of positions to affect social change in dramatic ways. In 1947, baseball began something it would take years for the rest of the nation to catch up to integration. Jackie Robinson was born in 1919 in the rural South. Less than six months after Jackie's arrival, his father left the family never to return. Robinson's mother packed up her five children and moved to California in 1920. Robinson attended Pasadena Junior College where his athletic skills were showcased. He gained entrance into UCLA and became the first athlete to ever letter in four sports baseball, basketball, track and football. He also developed a reputation as unwilling to allow anyone to insult him or his race.

2. Answers.com - Was Jerry Robinson Jackie Robinsons Dad
Jackie Robinson question Was jerry robinson jackie robinsons dad? yes he was
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Born in Georgia in 1919, Jackie Robinson came into the world when small pox and the Spanish flu seemed to be most dominant in various regions. His family was a family of sharecroppers and his father deserted Jackie and the rest of his children. Jackie's mother raised them. Living in poverty, the gang life appealed to Robinson for a short period of time until a friend encouraged him to leave the petty-crime infested group. Jackie's older brother was an Olympic athlete and Robinson had the athletic ability evident too from a young age forward. He found that he was talented in various team sports. In 1938, Robinson played for a junior college and soon found local fame when he earned the coveted "Most Valuable Player" award. Jackie Robinson was a lieutenant in the United States Army in the early forties. An honorable discharge prevented him from active combat in World War II. His baseball career soon followed. Jackie Robinson became the first African-American baseball player in the Major Leagues. He would later be inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. During his career, he was the member of six teams that went to the World Series.

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8. Baseball And Jackie Robinson (American Memory From The Library Of Congress)
A collection of materials located throughout the Library of Congress that tell his story.
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    2007 marks the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's rookie season for the Brooklyn Dodgers. When he stepped onto Ebbets field on April 15th, 1947, Robinson became the first African American in the twentieth century to play baseball in the major leagues breaking the "color line," a segregation practice dating to the nineteenth century. Jackie Robinson was an extremely talented multi-sport athlete and a courageous man who played an active role in civil rights. This presentation was created to commemorate his achievements and describe some aspects of the color line's development and the Negro Leagues. Materials that tell his story, and the history of baseball in general, are located throughout the Library of Congress. This web presentation was made possible by a generous gift from the Citigroup Foundation. TIMELINE Baseball, the Color Line, and Jackie Robinson

9. Jackie Robinson - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Jack Roosevelt Jackie Robinson (January 31, 1919 – October 24, 1972) was the first black Major League Baseball (MLB) player of the modern era. Robinson broke the baseball color
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Born:
January 31, 1919
Cairo, Georgia
Died:
Stamford, Connecticut
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Career highlights and awards Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame (first ballot) Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson (January 31, 1919 – October 24, 1972) was the first black Major League Baseball (MLB) player of the modern era. Robinson broke the baseball color line when he debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. As the first black man to play in the major leagues since the 1880s, he was instrumental in bringing an end to racial segregation in professional baseball, which had relegated black players to the

10. Robinson, Jackie 1919-1972 - 1940's Sports
Robinson, Jackie 19191972 - 1940's Sports at eNotes FIRST BLACK IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. Childhood. Jackie Robinson was born in Georgia, the youngest of five children of Mallie and
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11. ESPN.com: Jackie Changed Face Of Sports
ESPN explains why the story of Jackie Robinson was so important.
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Jackie Robinson voted 15th-best athlete of century

Jackie changed face of sports
By Larry Schwartz

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It's not often that the essence of a man, especially a complicated man, can be summed up in one sentence. But then again, there haven't been many people like Jackie Robinson. "A life is not important," he said, "except in the impact it has on other lives." Jackie Robinson led the way for generations of black athletes. By that standard, few people and no athlete this century has impacted more lives. Robinson lit the torch and passed it on to several generations of African-American athletes. While the Brooklyn Dodgers infielder didn't make a nation color blind, he at least made it more color friendly. And he accomplished this feat by going against his natural instincts. He was an aggressive man, outraged at injustice, and quick to stand up for his rights. He had the guts to say no when ordered to the back of the bus in the army, and was court-martialed for his courage. His instinct wasn't to turn the other cheek, but to face problems head on. He was more prone to fighting back than holding back. That's what Robinson had to do when Dodgers president Branch Rickey selected him to become the first African-American to play in the majors this century. Rickey wanted a man who could restrain himself from responding to the ugliness of the racial hatred that was certain to come.

12. The Official Site Of Jackie Robinson
Official Website of Jackie Robinson, containing stats, photos, and biography of Jackie's life.
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13. The Jackie Robinson Foundation
Provides comprehensive scholarships and support services to minority students enrolled at institutions of higher education.
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14. Jackie Robinson Biography - Biography.com
A look at baseball player Jackie Robinson on Biography.com. Baseball player, civil rights activist. Born Jack Roosevelt Robinson on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia.
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15. Astrocartography Of Jackie Robinson By Robert Couteau
Focus on how the planetary metaphors of Mercury and Mars were reflected in his life and work, by author Robert Couteau.
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Jupiter = 231 [Least-aspected Mercury [Mars] Knowing Jackie the way I did, I wondered how he was going to be able to control his temper. There was only one word for him when it came to athletic contests. That word was win. Ray Bartlett, one of Jackie Robinsons college teammates. Even those who didnt follow sports realized, heres a man trying to carry the load for the black people. If Jackie turned out to be some kind of ignorant person, it would have been detrimental to the race beyond baseball. Leonard Morgan, former semipro baseball player. Both quotes from Remembering Jackie Robinson,

16. The Jackie Robinson Foundation
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17. Adversity In Harlem: MACK ROBINSON (JACKIE ROBINSON'S BROTHER)
Mack Robinson (Jackie Robinson's oler brother ) was a great track and field athlete. He participated in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and became a silver medalist when he placed second
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Mack Robinson (Jackie Robinson's oler brother ) was a great track and field athlete. He participated in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and became a silver medalist when he placed second to the track great Jesse Owens in the 200 hundred yard dash. Jesse finished in 20.7 and Mack finished in 21.1. Posted by lorenzo at 4:02 PM
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18. CNN/SI - Baseball - Jackie Robinson
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19. Robinson, Jackie Definition Of Robinson, Jackie In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Robinson, Jackie (Jack Roosevelt Robinson), 1919–72, American baseball player, the first AfricanAmerican player in the modern major leagues, b.
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20. Jackie Robinson's Books
Star Gazing 1989. Explore the Ohio Star in eleven variations. Easy construction for starpoint units make these quilts successful every time!
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Chains of Love
Star Gazing
Explore the Ohio Star in eleven variations. Easy construction for "star-point" units make these quilts successful every time! Complete instructions and sizing information for lap through king sizes.
Perennial Patchwork
A composite of 8 different patchwork flower blocks, each in its own "set". Full directions with yardages for multiple sizes of each quilt.
Weaver Fever
A fun-inspired quilt you can make in three, four, or five values each of two colors. Complete instructions show yardage and cutting for lap, twin, double/queen and king sizes.
Quadcentrics
Designs radiating from the center. These four "wall-art" pieces can also be center medallions for full-sized quilts. Easy to follow directions with two-color illustrations,
Tessellations
Quilters, express your flair for design. Work with complete step-by-step instructions to make any of the 10 great quilts in this exciting book.
Dining Dazzle
Decorative designs for your table top. 20 placemats and 4 table runners, with all the info needed to make any quantity.
Quilts.....Frank Lloyd Wright

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