Pioneer Club of Honolulu
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|Earliest Known Date||August 1867|
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|Location||Honolulu, HI, United States|
The Honolulu Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Aug. 17, 1867: "The Base Ball Clubs. There appears to be a controversy between the two Base Ball Clubs of Honolulu--the "Pioneer" and the "Pacific"." See also same, Aug. 10, 1867.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Aug. 31, 1867 ran the box score of a game between the Pacifics and the Pioneers. The players for the Pacifics included three non-Anglo names: J. Nakookoo, 2b; J. Naona, ss; and G. Laanai, rf. The Pacifics won the game 11-9.
Wikipedia: "In 1845 . . . Honolulu became the center of commerce in the islands, with descendants of American missionaries establishing major businesses . . . ." Honolulu's pop. in 1890 was about 23,000.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Aug. 31, 1867
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|Found by||Bruce Allardice|
|Entered by||Bruce Allardice|
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Win/Loss Records As Far As We Now Know
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|1867||1 Played||0 Won||1 Lost||0 Tied|
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|Ballgame||1867-08-24||Honolulu||HI||Pacific Club of Honolulu||Pioneer Club of Honolulu||11 - 9||Bruce Allardice|
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