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A list of all pages that have property "Headline" with value "Stoolball-20Said-20to-20Originate-20Among-20Sussex-20Milkmaids". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • 1864.23  + (Southern Officers Play Ball in Ohio Prison)
  • 1790s.4  + (Southern Pols Calhoun and Crawford: Ballplaying Schoolmates?)
  • 1864.1  + (Southern Soldier Notes Repeated Ballplaying, Including Game of Cat)
  • 1860.70  + (Space Wanted)
  • 1255.1  + (Spanish Painting Seen as Earliest Depiction of Ballplaying)
  • 1842.5  + (Spelling Book Seems to Show a Fungo Game)
  • 1830s.32  + (Spiked Egg-Nog Between Innings?)
  • 1860.3  + (Split Doubleheader:Mass Game, NY Game)
  • 1851.1  + (Sport of Cricket Gets its First Comprehensive History Book)
  • 1855.34  + (Sporting Press Notices Base Ball, Regularizes Reporting)
  • 1800c.1  + (Sports at Exeter Academy include "Old-Fashioned Bat and Ball". . . and Football)
  • 1846.13  + (Spring Sports at Harvard: "Bat & Ball" and Cricket)
  • 1844c.18  + (Springtime Ballplaying on the Common -- by Girls)
  • 1838.2  + (St. George Cricket Club Forms in NYC)
  • 1845.21  + (St. George's Cricket Club Plays Series with All-Canada Eleven)
  • 1840.10  + (St. George, NY Cricket Club, [Accidentally] Plays Toronto for a $250 Side Bet)
  • 1862.4  + (State Championship Base Ball Game in PA)
  • 1855.18  + (Stodgy Novel Makes Brief Mention of Former Ballplaying)
  • 1640.1  + (Stoolball Attracts Gentry, Rascals, Boys)
  • 1450.2  + (Stoolball Dated by NSA to 1450 in "Don Quixote")
  • 1630c.2  + (Stoolball Play Makes Maidstone a "Very Profane Town")
  • 1789.3  + (Stoolball Played at Brighthelmstone in Sussex)
  • 1630.4  + (Stoolball Played in Sherston, England)
  • 1861.2  + (Stoolball Played, in Co-ed Form)
  • 1300s.3  + (Stoolball Said to Originate Among Sussex Milkmaids)
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  • 1615.1  + (Stoole Ball Goes North with Early Explorer)
  • 1585c.1  + (Stoole-ball, Nine Holes Included Among Country Sports)
  • 1827.2  + (Story Places Baseball in Rochester NY)
  • 1853.9  + (Strolling Past a Ballgame in Elysian Fields)
  • 1855.12  + (Students Bring Cricket to Saint John NB)
  • 1823.6  + (Students Play Ball Game at Progressive School in Northampton MA)
  • 1808.3  + (Students get 10 lashes for playing bandy)
  • 1659.1  + (Stuyvesant: No Tennis, Ball-Playing, Dice on Fast Day)
  • 1801.5  + (Sunday Ballplaying Eyed Everywhere: "Is This a Christian Country?")
  • 1858.64  + (Sunday Mercury Acknowledges English Origin of Base Ball)
  • 1857.14  + (Sunrise Base Ball)
  • 1773.1  + (Surrey/Kent Cricket Match Draws 12,000, Spawns Poetic Duel)
  • 1737.1  + (Surreymen Play Londoners in Cricket for 500 Pounds a Side)
  • 1795.2  + (Survey Reports Cricket in New England, Playing at Ball in TN)
  • 1846.11  + (Suspicious Rochester NY Idler Observed Playing Wicket)
  • 1855.41  + (Swift and Wild)
  • 1586c.1  + (Sydney Cites Stoolball)
  • 1820s.18  + (Syracuse NY Ball Field Remembered as Base Ball Site)
  • -2500.2  + (Tale of Game in Sumer, Possibly Using Ball and Mallet.)
  • 1778.2  + (Teamster Sees Soldiers Play Ball.)
  • 1848.3  + (Teen Diarist in NY/NJ Records Ballplaying)
  • 1781.1  + (Teen Makes White Leather Balls for British Officers' Ball-Playing)
  • 1860.2  + (Ten Thousand Players!)
  • 1859.56  + (Ten to One)
  • 1874.2  + (Tennessee Visitor Lauds Local "Base-ball, Shinny, Baste Grounds")