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St. Johann Press Publishing

St. Johann Press specializes in the publishing of non-fiction titles; primarily in the professional, scholarly, and reference niche subject areas.  With over 35 years of experience in all phases of publishing, we take great pride in our books and our customer service.

February is Black History Month

Review all our titles featured during the historical month of February. ‘Get Details’ on any title of interest to you, in order to find out more and make a purchase.

An Unbreakable Bond

An Unbreakable Bond: The Brotherhood of Maurice Stokes and Jack Twyman

by Pat Farabaugh List Price: $29.95 ISBN: 978-1-937943-17-2 Maurice Stokes seemed destined for greatness in the National Basketball Association. An All-American at tiny Saint Francis College in western Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh native earned NBA Rookie-of-the-Year honors in 1956 and broke the league’s single-season rebounding record in 1957 ...
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The Badgers

The Badgers

Milwaukee's NFL Entry of 1922-1926 by Michael D. Benter List Price: $32.50 ISBN: 978-1-937943-07-3 In his history of the Milwaukee Badgers, Michael Benter tells not only the complete story of the Milwaukee team but also the history of pro football as it developed in the Midwest ...
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Negro Baseball...Before Integration

Negro Baseball…Before Integration

by Effa Manley & Leon Herbert Hardwick List Price: $19.95 (Paper), $29.95 (Hard Cover) ISBN: 978-1-878282-43-9 (Paper) ISBN: 978-1-878282-44-6 (Hard Cover) Since its publication in 1976, Negro Baseball has been an indispensable source of information for historians and fans interested in reconstructing black America’s baseball past. Effa Manley’s ability to set her story within a broader social and cultural context has made her work much more than a baseball book ...
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Harlem From the Rectory Window

Harlem From the Rectory Window

by Rev. John Howard Johnson List Price: $22.50 ISBN: 978-1-878282-04-0 Originally titled Fact Not Fiction In Harlem this intriguing account of Harlem as seen through the eyes of “the number one citizen of Harlem and one of the first citizens of New York City” takes the reader through all the lows and highs of this great community and brings a perspective that is rare for a clergyman who also walked in the upper echelons of the then white-dominated Episcopal Church ...
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"Collie J"

“Collie J”

Grambling's Man with the Golden Pen by Michael Hurd List Price: $24.95 ISBN: 978-1-878282-48-4 Collie James Nicholson did not want to settle for second best in anything. He became the first black combat correspondent in the U.S. Marine Corps and then went on to become a celebrated sports publicist ...
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A Black National News Service

A Black National News Service

The Associated Negro Press and Claude Barnett by Lawrence D. Hogan List Price: $18.50 ISBN: 978-1-878282-22-4 In this revised and enlarged edition of his ground-breaking work, Professor Hogan presents the history of black journalism and the efforts of Claude Barnett, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute, to establish a national black news service ...
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