But Didn'T We Have Fun?: An Informal History Of Baseball'S Pioneer Era, 1843-1870
But Didn'T We Have Fun?: An Informal History Of Baseball'S Pioneer Era, 1843-1870
But Didn'T We Have Fun?: An Informal History Of Baseball'S Pioneer Era, 1843-1870

But Didn'T We Have Fun?: An Informal History Of Baseball'S Pioneer Era, 1843-1870

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The story of baseball in America begins not with the fabled Abner Doubleday but with a generation of mid-nineteenth-century Americans who moved from the countryside to the cities and brought a cherished but delightfully informal game with them. But Didn't We Have Fun? will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about baseball's origins. Peter Morris, author of the prizewinning A Game of Inches, takes a fresh look at the early amateur years of the game. Mr. Morris retrieves a lost era and a lost way of life. Offering a challenging new perspective on baseball's earliest years, and conveying the sense of delight that once pervaded the game and its players, Mr. Morris supplants old myths with a story just as marvelous-but one that really happened. With 25 rare photographs and drawings.

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