21. The History of Bowling

We hope the history of bowling is more interesting than you expect. After listening, you can tell your friends about the strange bowling tradition in the Church of Germany, the famous Boston bowling excavation, and the White House bowling league.

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Sources:

Keesee, Timothy and Mark Sidwell. United States History Fourth Edition. Greenville, SC: BJU Press, 2012. Textbook.

https://orb.binghamton.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1162&context=neha

https://www.thebowlinguniverse.com/blogs/news/history-of-bowling

http://www.lawnbowling.org/lawnbowling.html

http://whitehousemuseum.org/floor0/bowlingalley.htm#:~:text=The%20White%20House%20Bowling20Alley%20is%20a%20onelane,of%20the%20White%20House%20under%20the%20North%20Portico.

https://www.pba.com/about

https://bowl.com/About/About_Home/History_of_bowling/#:~:text=On%20Sept.%209%2C%201895%2C%20the%20American%20Bowling%20Congress,ABC%27s%20roots%20can%20be%20traced%20to%20many%20people.

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/truman-inaugurates-white-house-bowling-alley

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