Abrams Football Nation
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An unprecedented look at football from its early days in colonial America to the professional and college game in the twenty-first century. This visually stunning social and cultural history contains nearly 400 images, many rare or never before published, including memorabilia, cartoons, fine art, and game photographs. Throughout the book, illustrated features explore the history of the fight song, tailgating, and cheerleading; how Hollywood has portrayed the game and its players; the long-running role of women in football; and the impact of game-changing personalities from pioneer Walter Camp to Coach Vince Lombardi to contemporary player agents. Quite simply, this book reveals how the United States came to be Football Nation.
Published October 8, 2013. Hardcover. 256 pages.
Measurements: 11.7″ x 9.4″
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