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A list of all pages that have property "Headline" with value "Galileo-20Galilei-20Discovers-20.-20.-20.-20Backspin!". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • 1858.16  + (Four Jailed for "Criminal" Sunday Play in NJ)
  • 1800c.4  + (Four Old Cat and Three Old Cat Well Known in MA)
  • 1860c.4  + (Four Teams of African-Americans, All in the NYC Area, Are Reported)
  • 1858.10  + (Four-day Attendance of 40,000 Souls Watch Famous Roundball Game in Worcester)
  • 1672c.2  + (Francis Willughby's "Book of Games" Surveys Folkways: First Stoolball Rules Appear)
  • 1779.4  + (French Official Sees George Washington Playing Catch "For Hours")
  • 1856.10  + (French Work Describes Poisoned Ball and La Balle au Baton)
  • 1611.1  + (French-English Dictionary Cites "Cat and Trap" and Cricket)
  • 1440c.1  + (Fresco at Casa Borromeo shows Female Ball Players)
  • 1863.29  + (From Union Camp, Rebs are “Daily Seen Playing Ball”)
  • 1845c.24  + (Future Congressman Plays Ball at Phillips Andover?)
  • 1850s.40  + (Future Historian Plays Ball in NYC Streets)
  • 1810c.8  + (Future Lord Prefers Studies to Rounders, Cricket)
  • 1850s.45  + (Future NL President Plays ball in Mohawk Valley of New York)
  • 1861.21  + (Future Nurse Muses on Enlistees Playing Ball)
  • 1830s.21  + (Future OH Senator Has Little Interest in Playing Ball)
  • 1825c.14  + (Future Ohio Governor is "Best Ball Player at the College")
  • 1830s.16  + (Future President Lincoln Plays Town Ball, Joins Hopping Contests)
  • 1863.117  + (Future President notes ballplaying in camp)
  • 1770c.3  + (Future Professor Sneaks a Smoke When He Can't Play Bat and Ball)
  • 1790s.11  + (Future Ship Captain Chooses Reading Over Boyish Sports)
  • 1856.35  + (Future Star Dickey Pearce Discovers the Decade-old No-Plugging Rule)
  • 1795.6  + (Future Tennessee Governor, at age 50, "Played at Ball")
  • 1840c.33  + (Future University Head Plays Two Types of Ball in NC)
  • 1661.1  + (Galileo Galilei Discovers . . . Backspin!)
 (Galileo-20Galilei-20Discovers-20.-20.-20.-20Backspin!)
  • 1786.2  + (Game Called Wicket Reported in England)
  • 1860.59  + (Game Set for CA Mining Town)
  • 1862.30  + (Game Suspended When BIG Fight Breaks Out)
  • 1836c.12  + (Game With Plugging of Runners Later Recalled in Jersey City)
  • 1720c.4  + (Game of Base was "A Peculiar Favorite")
  • 1848.14  + (Game of Baseball Attains Official Perch in Lexicon!)
  • 1850.52  + (Game of Wicket Near Springfield Goes Bad)
  • 1857.27  + (Game of Wicket Reaches IA)
  • 1862.57  + (Games Between NY and MA Regiments Punctuated by Artillery)
  • 1807.2  + (Games Recalled at Phillips Exeter Academy)
  • 1851.8  + (Games of Ball Seen in Sacramento CA in 1851, 1854)
  • 1575.1  + (Gascoigne's Poem "The Fruits of War" Refers to Tut-ball)
  • 1863.136  + (Gen. Grant enjoys watching ball game)
  • 1856.13  + (General Base Ball Rules Are Published)
  • 1864.53  + (General Hooker's Players "Pretty Badly Beat", 70-11)
  • 1863.59  + (General Supports Ballplaying by RI Unit)
  • 1869.13  + (George Wright Joins the All-Professional Cincinnati Club)
  • 1836.6  + (Georgetown U Students "play Ball")
  • 1863.57  + (Georgia Corporal Plays Town Ball)
  • 1863.100  + (Georgians change from base to snow-balling)
  • 1815.3  + (German Book Apparently Shows a Batting Game)
  • 1836.2  + (German Book of Games Copies Gutsmuths' Base-ball Piece)
  • 1845.10  + (German Book of Games Lists <i>das Giftball</i>, a Bat-and-Ball Game)
  • 1837.13  + (German-English Dictionary Cites "Base-ball")
  • 1301.1  + (Ghistelles Calendar Depicts Vigorous-Looking Bat/Ball Game)