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us: Bender, Charles Albert, 1884-1954


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    • us: Bender, Chief, 1884-1954
    • us: Bender, Charley, 1884-1954
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      Bender, Charles Albert, 1883-1954
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    • found: Encyclopaedia Britannica online, Oct. 26, 2002 (Bender, Charles Albert; b. May 5, 1883, Brainerd, Minn.; d. May 22, 1954, Philadelphia, Pa.; pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics, 1903-1914, Baltimore, 1915, Philadelphia Phillies, 1916-1917; given the nickname Chief which he considered to be pejorative and signed autographs "Charles Bender")
    • found: BaseballLibrary.com, Oct. 26, 2002 (Chief Bender; Charles Albert; 1883-1954; stoically responded to cheers for "The Chief" but signed autographs "Charley Bender")
    • found: Nat'l Baseball Hall of Fame website, Oct. 26, 2002 (Chief Bender; Charles Albert Bender; b. May 5, 1884, Crow Wing Co., Minn.; d. May 22, 1954, Philadelphia, Pa.; pitcher for Pa. Athletics, Baltimore Terrapins, Pa. Phillies, Chicago White Sox; "Chief" a derisive nickname)
    • found: American Mosaic: The American Indian Experience, accessed July 15, 2015: Johansen, Bruce E. (2015). Charles Albert Bender. (Philadelphia Athletics and Chicago White Sox pitcher Charles Albert Bender, called "Chief" by fellow players ... Bender was born on May 5, 1884, in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, as an enrolled member of the Anishinabe. His birthdates are sometimes also given as 1883 or 1885. He was raised on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota ... the Athletics (1903-1914), the Baltimore Terrapins of the short-lived Federal League (1915), the Philadelphia Phillies (1916-1917), and the White Sox (1925) ... Bender became the first Native American elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1953, a year before he died on May 22, 1954, at the age of 70)
    • found: Biography in Context, accessed July 15, 2015: "Chief Bender." Almanac of Famous People. Gale, 2011 (... Other Names: Bender, Charles Albert ... Pitcher, 1903-25; had 210 career wins; Hall of Fame, 1953 ; Born May 5, 1884 in Brainerd, Minnesota, United States. Died May 22, 1954 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 16, 2015: Chief Bender (Charles Albert "Chief" Bender (May 5, 1884 -- May 22, 1954) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball during the first two decades of the 20th century) {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Bender}
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