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|Headline=In Buffalo NY, Balls Formed from Fish Noses
 
 
|Year=1830
 
|Year=1830
 
|Year Suffix=s
 
|Year Suffix=s
|Is in main chronology=yes
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|Year Number=15
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|Headline=In Buffalo NY, Balls Formed from Fish Noses
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|Salience=2
 
|Location=Western New York
 
|Location=Western New York
|Text=<p>Writing over 50 years later, Samuel Welch recalled"</p>
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|Country=United States
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|Coordinates=42.88644679999999, -78.8783689
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|State=NY
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|City=Buffalo
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|Immediacy of Report=Retrospective
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|Age of Players=Youth
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|Text=<p>Writing over 50 years later, Samuel Welch recalled:</p>
 
<p>"the fish I bought as a small boy at that time [1830-1840], at one cent per pound, mainly to get its noses for cores for our balls, to make them bound, to play the present National Game."</p>
 
<p>"the fish I bought as a small boy at that time [1830-1840], at one cent per pound, mainly to get its noses for cores for our balls, to make them bound, to play the present National Game."</p>
<p>Welch also recalls the local enthusiasm for ballplaying: "the boys, who must have their fun, did not always 'Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy,' but world make a holiday of it by a vigorous game of ball, in some secluded spot in the suburbs of the town."</p>
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<p>Welch also recalls the local enthusiasm for ballplaying: "the boys, who must have their fun, did not always 'Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy,' but would make a holiday of it by a vigorous game of ball, in some secluded spot in the suburbs of the town."</p>
<p>Welch, Samuel L., <u>Home History. Recollections of Buffalo during the Decade from 1830 to 1840, or Fifty Years Since</u> (Peter Paul and Brother, Buffalo, 1891), page 353 and page 220, respectively.Text unavailable via Google Books as of 11/16/2008.</p>
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|Sources=<p>Welch, Samuel L.,&nbsp;<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Home History. Recollections of Buffalo during the Decade from 1830 to 1840, or Fifty Years Since</span>&nbsp;(Peter Paul and Brother, Buffalo, 1891), page 353 and page 220, respectively. [Text unavailable via Google Books as of 11/16/2008.]&nbsp; See also Thomas L. Altherr, &ldquo;A Place Leavel Enough to Play Ball: Baseball and Baseball-Type Games in the Colonial Era, Revolutionary War, and Early American Republic.." <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Nine</span>, Volume 8, number 2 (2000), p. 15-49.&nbsp; Reprinted in David Block, <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Baseball before We Knew It</span> &ndash; see pages 245-6, and ref #82.&nbsp;</p>
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Writing over 50 years later, Samuel Welch recalled:

"the fish I bought as a small boy at that time [1830-1840], at one cent per pound, mainly to get its noses for cores for our balls, to make them bound, to play the present National Game."

Welch also recalls the local enthusiasm for ballplaying: "the boys, who must have their fun, did not always 'Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy,' but would make a holiday of it by a vigorous game of ball, in some secluded spot in the suburbs of the town."

 

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Welch, Samuel L., Home History. Recollections of Buffalo during the Decade from 1830 to 1840, or Fifty Years Since (Peter Paul and Brother, Buffalo, 1891), page 353 and page 220, respectively. [Text unavailable via Google Books as of 11/16/2008.]  See also Thomas L. Altherr, “A Place Leavel Enough to Play Ball: Baseball and Baseball-Type Games in the Colonial Era, Revolutionary War, and Early American Republic.." Nine, Volume 8, number 2 (2000), p. 15-49.  Reprinted in David Block, Baseball before We Knew It – see pages 245-6, and ref #82. 

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