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"Many Exciting Chases After the Ball: 19th Century Base Ball in Bismarck, Dakota Territory" +The Baseball Research Journal  +
"Old Fashioned Base Ball" in Western New York, 1825-1860 +Base Ball  +
"The Creation of the Alexander Cartwright Myth" +Baseball Research Journal  +


'Knur and Spell' and Allied Games +Folk Life  +
'Their Hands Are All Out Playing:' Business and Amateur Baseball, 1845-1917 +Journal of Sport History  +


1609 -- Polish Workers Play Ball at Jamestown, Virginia: An Early Hint of Europe's Influence On Base Ball +Base Ball  +
1609: Polish WorkersPlat Ball at Jamestown, Virginia: An Early Hint of Europe's Influence On Base BallCountry=United States +Base Ball  +
1621 -- Pilgrim Stolball an the Profusion of American Safe-Haven BallgamesCountry=United States +Base Ball  +
1672 -- The Amazing Francis Willugby, and the Role of Stoolball in the Evolution of Baseball and Cricket +Base Ball  +
1726 -- Ballplaying and Boston Common: A Town Playground for Boys . . . And Men +Base Ball  +
1744 -- "How Is It, Umpire?" The 1744 Laws of Cricket and Their Influence on the Development of Baseball in America +Base Ball  +
1744 -- John Newbery Publishes 'A Little Pocket Book,' and with it Our First Glimpse of English Baseball +Base Ball  +
1755 -- 'The Bat and Ball;' A Distinct Game or a Generic Term? +Base Ball  +
1781 -- Protoball at Harvard: From Pastime to Contest +Base Ball  +
1791 -- The Pittsfield "Baseball" Bylaw -- What it Means +Base Ball  +
1791 And All That; Baseball and the Berkshires +Base Ball  +
1805 -- An Enigmatic 1805 'Game of Bace' in New York +Base Ball  +
1821 -- New York Mansion Converted to Venue Suitable for Ballplaying +Base Ball  +
1825 -- Thurlow Weed and the Growth of Baseball in Rochester, New York +Base Ball  +
1829 -- The Rise and Fall of New England-Style Ballplaying +Base Ball  +
1830 -- Thoreau's Diary Entry and Other Tiny Clues as to Who Played Early Ball +Base Ball  +
1831 -- The Olympic Ball Club of Philadelphia +Base Ball  +
1837 -- William Wheaton and the Evolution of the New York Game +Base Ball  +
1841 -- Barn Ball +Base Ball  +
1843 -- Magnolia Club Predates the Knickerbocker +Base Ball  +
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