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|Title=Baseball (Menke)
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|Author=Menke, F. G.
|Description=America’s national pastime since about 1860. Writing about rounders in 1898, Gomme[17] mused that “An elaborate form of this game has become the national game of the United States.”  The term “baseball” actually arose in England as early as 1748, referring to a simple game like rounders, but usage in England died out, and was soon forgotten in most parts of the country.  The term first appeared in the United States in 1791.
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|Year of Publication=1944
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|Publisher=A. S. Barnes
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|Book=Encyclopedia of Sports
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|Pages=55ff
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|Is in library=Yes
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|Is in main bibliography=Yes
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|Game=Baseball
 
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Author Menke, F. G.
Year of Publication 1944
Publisher A. S. Barnes
Book Encyclopedia of Sports
Pages 55ff
Is in library Yes
Is in main bibliography Yes
Game Baseball
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