Etowah Club of Gadsden
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|Earliest Known Date||Monday, May 17, 1869|
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|Location||Gadsden, AL, United States|
The Gadsden Times May 21, 1869, reports on a meeting held on the 17th to organize a base ball club. Same, May 28, 1869, the Etowah Base Ball Club will play a match game on the 20th instant, on the play ground near Captain Barret’s.
Gadsden AL (pop. 103,000: 1880 population under 1700) is about 60 miles NE of Birmingham.
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|Found by||Bruce Allardice|
|First in Location||Gadsden, AL|
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Win/Loss Records As Far As We Now Know
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|Ballgame||1869-10||Jacksonville||AL||Etowah Club of Gadsden||Peabody Club of Talladega||Jacksonville, AL||Bruce Allardice|
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