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Meeting of National Association is Subdued

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City/State/Country: Brooklyn, NY, United States
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Meeting in late 1861, the National Association of Base Ball Players undertook no large issues, perhaps in light of what a reporter called "the disturbed state of the country." Sixty-one clubs attended, one-third less strength that in 1860.



Brooklyn Daily Eagle, December 12, 1861, page 11.

Meeting summaries also appeared in the New York Sunday Mercury (Dec. 15), Wilkes' Spirit of the Times (Dec. 21), and the New York Clipper (Dec. 21)

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Submitted by Gregory Christiano
Submission Note November 2009.


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