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A list of all pages that have property "Headline" with value "Easter-20Ball-20Play-20at-20Churches-20Ends-20in-20France". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • 1860.11  + (Eager for Base Ball)
  • 1835c.14  + (Eagle Article Describes Early Ball-Making)
  • 1852.3  + (Eagle Ball Club Rulebook Appears)
  • 1865.20  + (Eagle Eyes Height and Weight)
  • 1862.8  + (Earliest Base Ball in Colorado Territory)
  • 1744.3  + (Earliest Full Cricket Scorecard for the "Greatest Match Ever Known")
  • 1858.33  + (Earliest Games in Chicago IL?)
  • 1704.4  + (Earliest Published Rules of Cricket [?])
  • 1866.2  + (Early African American Club in Philly Plays Initial Game Agains Albany Visitors)
  • 1820c.30  + (Early African American baseball)
  • 1840s.21  + (Early Ball Contents: Nuts, Bullets, Rocks, Fish-eyes)
  • 1851.2  + (Early Ballplaying on the SF Plaza (Horses Beware!))
  • 1845c.25  + (Early Cricket Clubs in the South)
  • 1705.1  + (Early Cricket Match "To Be Plaid . . . for 11 Guineas a Man")
  • 1749.1  + (Early Cricket: Addington Club Takes On All-England, Five on Five)
  • 1796.4  + (Early Geographer Sees Variety of Types New England Ballplaying)
  • 1676.2  + (Early Limeys Take "Krickett" to Far Mediterranean Coast)
  • 1855.30  + (Early Season Game Goes to Knicks, 27-14; Wadsworth Chided)
  • 1591.1  + (Early Spanish-English Dictionary Mentions the "Trapsticke")
  • 1845.27  + (Early Town-Ball Mention)
  • 1864.58  + (Early Use of "Battery" As Pitcher-Catcher Pairing)
  • 1653.2  + (Early Use of "Cricket" Seen in Rabelais Translation)
  • 1857.16  + (Early Use of the Term "Town Ball" in <i>NY Clipper</i>)
  • 1866.8  + (Earned Runs Concept Advanced)
  • 1538.1  + (Easter Ball Play at Churches Ends in France)
 (Easter-20Ball-20Play-20at-20Churches-20Ends-20in-20France)
  • 1470c.1  + (Editor Sees Stoolball in Verse on Bachelorhood)
  • 1858.24  + (Editorial Rips Base Ball "Mania" as a "Public Nuisance")
  • 1743.1  + (Editorial: Cricket is OK, But Only for Rural Holiday Play)
  • 1860.22  + (Educatin' the Readers)
  • 1365.1  + (Edward III Prohibits Playing of Club-Ball.)
  • BC2000c.3  + (Egyptian Tomb Has Earliest Depiction of Catching (Fielding) a Ball?)
  • BC1460.1  + (Egyptian Tomb Inscriptions Show Bats, Balls)
  • 1868.1  + (Elizabeth Cady Stanton describes Female Baseball Game in Peterboro, NY)
  • 1865.13  + (Elysian? Yes. Sacred? No.)
  • 1854.20  + (Empire Club Begins Play)
  • 1854.7  + (Empire Club Constitution Appears)
  • 1838.7  + (English Anthology of Games Puts "Squares" Among Safe-Haven Ballgames)
  • 1385.1  + (English Boys Play Ball "To the Grave Peril of Their Souls")
  • 1853.12  + (English Cleric Promotes Co-ed Rounders)
  • 1846.14  + (English Crew Teaches Rounders to Baltic Islanders)
  • 1820.3  + (English Cricketers Play Two-Day Match Again New Yorkers)
  • 1844.7  + (English Gent in NYC Goes Off to a Ball Game)
  • 1818c.5  + (English Immigrants from Surrey See Cricket, Trap Ball in IL)
  • 1850.23  + (English Novel Briefly Mentions Base-Ball)
  • 1824.3  + (English Novel Cites Base-ball as Girls' Pastime, Limns Cricket Match)
  • 1848.15  + (English Novel Mentions, Thread-the-Needle, "Base-Ball:" "Such Games!)
  • 1658.1  + (English Parish Rewards Informant for Ratting on Sunday Trap-baller)
  • 1555c.1  + (English Poet Condones Students' Yens "To Tosse the Ball, To Rene Base, Like Men of War")
  • 1857.36  + (English Residents of Richmond, VA Try Unsuccessfully to Form A Cricket Club, Then Try Base Ball)
  • 1859.44  + (English Social Event Includes Base Ball as Well as Cricket)