'Natives' v 'Haoles' in HI on 4 July 1866

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Date of Game Wednesday, July 4, 1866
Location HI, United States
Home Team  Add Club Page 'Natives'
Away Team  Add Club Page 'Haoles'
Score 2 - 1
Description

"The first baseball game in Hawaii to be saved for the record books was played on July 4, 1866 and saw the "natives" beating the "Haoles" (Caucasians) 2 - 1."

Sources

"A Brief History of Baseball in Hawaii and the Hawaii Winter League," at http://www.hawaiiwinterbaseball.com/about_hwb, accessed 11/22/2013.

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Bsallardice

2159 days ago
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Sayuri Guthrie-Shimuzu, "Transpacific Field of Dreams" pp. 43-44, says the boys of the (mostly American) Punahoa school played a baseball game on July 4, 1866. The book cites school records. This may be the game above referred to.

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