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Only two sources mentions this game. Cassidy implies that there were only two bases, and that if a runner only got to the far base, that runner would need to return home as the pitcher and catcher played catch. The era of play is uncertain.
A 2004 website for a teen camp program also soptslights its "long-dutch baseball" tradition for both boys and girls. The camp is located at Onaway Island in Wisconsin.
F. G. Cassidy et al., Dictionary of American Regional English (Harvard University Press, 1996), page 415.
The camp program is found at http://www.bgbrigade.com/programs-8th.asp
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