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|Description=<p>A ball game, listed along with the Old Cat games and Baseball, mentioned in the memoirs of a New Hampshire man born in 1831. The rules of this game are unknown. It may not have been a safe-haven game.</p>
 
|Description=<p>A ball game, listed along with the Old Cat games and Baseball, mentioned in the memoirs of a New Hampshire man born in 1831. The rules of this game are unknown. It may not have been a safe-haven game.</p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>F. B. Sanborn, </span><em>New Hampshire Biography and Autobiography</em><span> (Private Printing, Concord NH, 1905), page 13.</span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>F. B. Sanborn, </span><em>New Hampshire Biography and Autobiography</em><span> (Private Printing, Concord NH, 1905), page 13.</span></p>
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Description

A ball game, listed along with the Old Cat games and Baseball, mentioned in the memoirs of a New Hampshire man born in 1831. The rules of this game are unknown. It may not have been a safe-haven game.

Sources

F. B. Sanborn, New Hampshire Biography and Autobiography (Private Printing, Concord NH, 1905), page 13.

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