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Mark Allen Baker was born on 27 March, 1957 in Binghamton, NY, is an American historian, writer and businessman. Discover Mark Allen Baker's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?

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Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 27 March 1957
Birthday 27 March
Birthplace Binghamton, NY

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The author's twenty-second book, which will also focus on social science, will be published in 2020. Baker will return to biography with his twenty-third title in early 2021, then back to a history, with his twenty-fourth book, in late 2021.


As an active member of the community, Baker regularly contributes organic fruits and vegetables to local food banks. He served as a member of the Hebron (Connecticut) Charter Revision Commission (2018-2019), and was elected to the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame (2019).


The author's nineteenth book, The Fighting Times of Abe Attell, was published in the fall of 2017. Known for his record-setting, six-year consecutive reign as World Featherweight Champion from 1906-1912, Abraham Washington Attell (1883-1970) was among the cleverest, most scientific professional boxers ever to enter the ring. Attell's success inspired his brothers Caesar and Monte to take up the sport—Abe and Monte both held simultaneous world titles for a time. This first-ever biography covers Attell's life and career. Growing up poor and Jewish in a predominantly Irish neighborhood, he faced his share of adversity and anti-Semitism in and out of the ring. He was charged for alleged involvement in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal. The charges were dropped but Attell was branded by association for the remainder of his life. During the third week in January 2017, The Fighting Times of Abe Attell hit #1 on Amazon's List of Hot New Releases in Boxer Biographies-the book also hit #1 New Release in Jewish Biographies in December 2017.


Turning his focus toward biography in 2016, Baker released, Battling Nelson, The Durable Dane. It is the author's eighteenth book and his first biography for McFarland & Company. The incredible story of Oscar Battling Matthew Nelson is a "rags, to riches, to rags" tale. As the toughest and most durable professional boxer ever to enter a ring, Battling Nelson held the World Lightweight Championship from 1908 until 1910. Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1992, Battling Nelson is often recalled for his boxing trilogy with Joe Gans which is still considered one of the greatest in sports history. Garnering significant interest, the author will neither confirm nor deny cinematic attention in the work. With the release of this book, Baker holds the distinction of being the only person to serve the International Boxing Hall of Fame as an author, historian, chairperson, sponsor, volunteer, and biographer.


Currently a contributing writer to numerous periodicals, including Goldmine magazine, Baker has focused much of his recent attention on music. This, along with his passion for regional history-the author has also spoken at many historical sites including the Nathan Hale Schoolhouse in New London, Connecticut and even given the 2015 Keynote Address at the annual meeting of the Norwich Historical Society inside the Slater Memorial Museum in Norwich, Connecticut-has occupied a bulk of his recent time. On May 16, 2015, Baker was awarded a certificate of appreciation "For Outstanding Preservation and Promotion of American History" by the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution. The organization Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a lineage-based membership service organization for women who are directly descended from a person involved in the United States' independence.


In "Spies of Revolutionary Connecticut: From Benedict Arnold to Nathan Hale", Baker's first book of 2014, he introduces readers to the role the state played in intelligence gathering during the American Revolution. From coded messages and invisible ink, to early submarines with the first exploding torpedoes, the book incorporates chapters on: Ethan Allen, Benedict Arnold, Edward Bancroft, David Bushnell, Enoch Crosby, Silas Deane, Nathan Hale, Thomas Knowlton, Ezra Lee and even The Culper Ring. Lesser-known spies are also included, such as Dr. Samuel Adams, James Aitken, Daniel Bissell, John Clark, William Heron, Solomon Jones, Nehemiah Marks, and Noah Phelps. With this release, Baker tops the 6,000 published book page plateau.

"Connecticut Families of the Revolution, American Forebears from Burr to Wolcott", Baker's second book of 2014, takes readers inside of the homes of the state's most patriotic families. The work features the relatives of: Oliver Ellsworth, Nathan Hale, David Humphreys, Samuel Huntington, William Samuel Johnson, Samuel Holden Parsons, Samuel Peters, Sarah Pierce, Israel Putnam, Tapping Reeve, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Tallmadge, Jonathan Trumbull, Noah Webster, Oliver Wolcott, and David Wooster. Women, such as Eunice Burr, Lucretia Shaw, Mary Silliman, and Elizabeth Hull are also featured for their valuable contribution to the American Revolution.


– The USA Boxing News, July 2017 (vol. XV, No. 7)

– The USA Boxing News, August 2018 (vol. XV, No. 9)

– Roger Zotti (IBRO), The Fighting Times of Abe Attell, The Resident, October 3–16, 2018)

– IBRO Journal (International Boxing Research Organization), September 2019 (Issue 143)


Since 2010, Baker has turned his interest to regional history with the release of four titles:

In October 2010, the author released Basketball History in Syracuse, Hoops Roots, also published by The History Press. The book is an introduction to professional basketball in Syracuse and includes teams like (Vic Hanson's) All-Americans, the Syracuse Reds and the Syracuse Nationals (1946–1963). Contributions to the work include over a dozen former NBA players, along with members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.


From 2007 until 2010 Baker was Editor for "The Pen & Quill," a journal for historical manuscripts.


The author's numerous radio appearances have included: Bridgeport, CT (WICC), New York, NY (WFAN), Santa Rosa, CA (KXXY), Syracuse, NY (WSEN, WHEN), and Tampa, FL (WNBA). As a television guest he has been seen on Metro TV, New York, NY and numerous local channels. Following his 1997 book, Goldmine's Price Guide to Rock & Roll Memorabilia, he appeared as a co-host on the VH-1 series Rock Collectors. As a speaker, Baker has attended many events including the Hemingway Days Festival & Writers Conference in Key West, Florida.


Born in Binghamton, New York and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia and central New York, Baker graduated from Fayetteville-Manlius High School before earning a B.A. from the State University of New York at Oswego. Following a distinguished business career and various entrepreneurial endeavors, he devoted his full-time to writing. His first book, published in 1990, earned him a Lifetime Donor Membership to National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. The author has since written over twenty nonfiction titles, on such topics as sports, music and American history. Baker's recent two biographies, Battling Nelson, The Durable Dane (2016) and The Fighting Times of Abe Attell (2017), have drawn considerable attention to his work.

Baker has also been the co-owner of numerous businesses-while employed by the Genigraphics Corporation- including "Bleachers" of Liverpool, New York - an 8,000 sq ft (740 m). sports bar and museum. Opened in 1990, the restaurant hosted many famous and diverse events from a reception for "Stars on Ice" featuring Scott Hamilton and Debbie Thomas to a Monday Night radio show hosted by Mike Tirico. Tirico hosted his first show from WAER radio in Syracuse, NY, the radio station where he started this sports broadcasting career, on the campus of Syracuse University. During the NFL football season it was broadcast live from Bleachers prior to Monday Night Football.


Mark Allen Baker lives in New England and Florida. He has three children: Aaron (b. 1985), Elizabeth (b. 1986) and Rebecca (b. 1990).


Mark Allen Baker (born 27 March 1957), is a former business executive, and American author, biographer, and writer of hundreds of articles and over 20 books.


Baker's twentieth book is Connecticut in World War II. The work, consisting of over 200 black & white images, continues the author's proud commitment to regional history. With the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Empire of Japan on December 7, 1941, and the United States’ entry into World War II, our nation turned to Connecticut―as it did during World War I―for munitions, clothing, and other goods. And Connecticut answered the call: Manchester Mills increased silk production, Waterbury brass producers altered their manufacturing lines, and Bridgeport's Remington Arms―which had produced 50 percent of the US Army's small arms cartridges in World War I―increased its mass production capabilities. By the time Electric Boat, Hamilton Propellers, Pratt & Whitney, and many other Connecticut companies tallied up their production back in 1945, it amounted to over $8 billion in war contracts.


As a category of academic disciplines, social science has always fascinated the author. Between the Ropes at Madison Square Garden, The History of an Iconic Boxing Ring, 1925-2007, is the author’s twenty-first book and was published in July 2019. As a cultural symbol, this historic boxing ring now rests majestically at the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York. Hosting championship fights, historic main events, and memorable undercards, it not only wrote boxing history punch-by-punch, it recorded world history one round at a time. Baker believes there was no better portrait of a sport or our society than the (New York) City Ring, and there never will be.