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|Digger Activity=<p>A monograph on pre-1845 North American games played with a ball or some other projectile is a goal for <strong>Tom Altherr.&nbsp; </strong>The work would include, but not be limited to, safe haven games, and would include indoor a well as outdoor games.&nbsp; He notes that some of this work has appeared in the journal <em>Base Ball, </em>the SABR <em>Originals</em> newsletter, and Protoball&rsquo;s online chronology and its <em>Next Destin&rsquo;d Post </em>newsletter.&nbsp; Tom is also interested in ball-playing among slave and free African Americans before 1865 and in the possible contributions of German schlagball, and perhaps other mid-European games, to the evolution of base ball.&nbsp; He remains convinced that ball-playing was more common in North America than most sports historians allow . . . and he continues to confirm that view with fresh finds most every month.</p>
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|Digger Activity=<p>A monograph on pre-1845 North American games played with a ball or some other projectile is a goal for [[Tom Altherr]].&nbsp;The work would include, but not be limited to, safe haven games, and would include indoor a well as outdoor games.&nbsp; He notes that some of this work has appeared in the journal <em>Base Ball, </em>the SABR <em>Originals</em> newsletter, and Protoball&rsquo;s online chronology and its <em>Next Destin&rsquo;d Post </em>newsletter.&nbsp; Tom is also interested in ball-playing among slave and free African Americans before 1865 and in the possible contributions of German schlagball, and perhaps other mid-European games, to the evolution of base ball.&nbsp; He remains convinced that ball-playing was more common in North America than most sports historians allow . . . and he continues to confirm that view with fresh finds most every month.</p>
 
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A monograph on pre-1845 North American games played with a ball or some other projectile is a goal for Tom Altherr. The work would include, but not be limited to, safe haven games, and would include indoor a well as outdoor games.  He notes that some of this work has appeared in the journal Base Ball, the SABR Originals newsletter, and Protoball’s online chronology and its Next Destin’d Post newsletter.  Tom is also interested in ball-playing among slave and free African Americans before 1865 and in the possible contributions of German schlagball, and perhaps other mid-European games, to the evolution of base ball.  He remains convinced that ball-playing was more common in North America than most sports historians allow . . . and he continues to confirm that view with fresh finds most every month.

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