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<p>Hoar, George F., <u>Autobiography of Seventy Years</u> Volume 1 (Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1905), page 52.  Hoar was ten years old in 1836.  Per Seymour, Harold - Notes in the Seymour Collection at Cornell University, Kroch Library Department of Rare and Manuscript Collections, collection 4809.</p>
 
<p>Hoar, George F., <u>Autobiography of Seventy Years</u> Volume 1 (Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1905), page 52.  Hoar was ten years old in 1836.  Per Seymour, Harold - Notes in the Seymour Collection at Cornell University, Kroch Library Department of Rare and Manuscript Collections, collection 4809.</p>
 
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[Continuing a list of games that boys played:] " . . . various games of ball. These games of ball were much less scientific and difficult than the modern games. Chief were four old-cat, three old-cat, two old-cat, and base."

Hoar, George F., Autobiography of Seventy Years Volume 1 (Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1905), page 52. Hoar was ten years old in 1836. Per Seymour, Harold - Notes in the Seymour Collection at Cornell University, Kroch Library Department of Rare and Manuscript Collections, collection 4809.

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