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Headline Diarist Records 12 References to Ball-Playing, 1863-1864  +
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Salience 3  +
Tags Civil War  + , Military  +
Year 1,863  +
Year Number 3  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2019 17:41:11  +
TextThis property is a special property in this wiki. <p>Edwin A. Haradon, a member of the <p>Edwin A. Haradon, a member of the 86<sup>th</sup> NY infantry [possibly from the Corning NY area], made 12 terse references to ballplaying from January 17, 1863 to April 15, 1864.</p> <p>Most are simple diary notes like the first entry: “Staid around camp and plaid at ball and had a good time nothing else going on.”</p> <p>Some other examples: “April 2 [1863] “went on picket plaid ball at the reserve 10:00 till 1:00 o’clock” April 6 [1863] “plaid at ball and saw the boys play drop ball.” April 15 [1864] “plaid ball some jumped some” April 30 [1863] “Laid around camp Saw the 40 and our boys play.” June 21 [1865] “Read some quite lonesome Saw the 73<sup>rd</sup> & 40<sup>th</sup> play ball some in the afternoon.” Haradon saw action at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg , and was wounded at Spotsylvania.</p> <p>Civil War Diary of Edwin Albert Haradon. Provided by Michael Aubrecht, May 2009.</p> d by Michael Aubrecht, May 2009.</p>
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