The Buxton Wonders was a small club of black baseball players formed in Buxton, Iowa running from approximately 1907 to 1920.
Buxton, Iowa was a company town founded by the Consolidation Coal Company in 1900. It remained a productive coal mining town until at least 1919. During many of those years, the company and town were host to the Buxton Wonders. The team also toured much of Iowa and the surrounding states.
In 1909, The Buxton Wonders won one game and lost one game in Buxton, Iowa against the Chicago Union Giants, facing pitchers, "the Lyons brothers" Jimmie Lyons and Bennie Lyons. The Wonders were one of few teams to beat the Chicago Union Giants that year, where the team won 46 out of 56 games played. The Union Giants appear to be regular visitors to Buxton's team.
George L. Neal, Richard S. Lee, Washington and Riley Sales are often listed as the managers of the Buxton Wonders, and list the team address as 34 East Fourth Street in Buxton, Iowa.