Printed in full-color, this regulation size baseball features images of Union Captain Abner Doubleday and a scene from the Battle of Fort Sumter, the first conflict of the Civil War. It also featuresthe portraits of Union Major Anderson and Confederate Brigadier General Beauregard, opposing commanders in the conflict. Captain Doubleday, in addition to being the man who fired the first Union shotsof the Civil War, is also often credited with inventing America's game of baseball.
This baseball features beautifully rendered full-color illustrations of:
(A)Captain Abner Doubleday - the manwho fired the first Union shots of the Civil War and later invented America's game of baseball
(B)The Confederate bombardment of Union-occupied Fort Sumter in 1861 - the first conflict of the Civil War
(C)Confederate Brigadier General P.G.T. Beauregard and (D)Union Major Robert Anderson - opposing commanders at the Battle of Fort Sumter
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