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1862.37
Age of Players Adult  +
City Baltimore  +
Coordinates 39° 17' 25" N, 76° 36' 44" WLatitude: 39.2903848
Longitude: -76.6121893
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Country United States  +
External Number 25  +
Has Supplemental Text false  +
Headline Thanksgiving and Foot-ball . . . and Base-Ball  +
Immediacy of Report Contemporary  +
Location Maryland  +
Reviewed true  +
Salience 3  +
State MD  +
Tags Civil War  + , Military  +
Year 1,862  +
Year Number 37  +
Has improper value forThis property is a special property in this wiki. Year Suffix  + , Source Image  + , Submitted by  +
Categories Chronology  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2019 17:41:15  +
TextThis property is a special property in this wiki. <p>A soldier in the 18<sup>th& <p>A soldier in the 18<sup>th</sup> CT, Charles Lynch spent Thanksgiving at a camp near Baltimore. “November. The most important event was our first Thanksgiving in camp. Passed very pleasantly. A good dinner, with games of foot and base-ball.”</p> <p>After Appomattox, Lynch wrote: June 5<sup>th</sup>: . . . Thank God the cruel war is over. Playing ball, pitching quoits, helping the farmers, is the way we pass the time while waiting for orders to be mustered out. We have many friends in this town and vicinity.” These are the only references in the diary to ballplaying. In June Lynch was stationed in Martinsburg WV, about 30 miles west of Frederick MD and 75 miles northwest of Washington.</p> <p>Charles H. Lynch, <span style="text-decoration: underline;">The Civil War Diary 1862-1865</span> (private printing, 1915), page 11, page 154. Accessed on Google books 6/2/09 via “charles h. lynch” search. Lynch, and presumably much of the regiment, was from the Norwich CT area. Lead provided by Jeff Kittel, 5/12/09.</p> rovided by Jeff Kittel, 5/12/09.</p>
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