Insider Bowling Tips History of Bowling E-book


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In Our New Insider Bowling Tips History of Bowling E-book You Will Discover!
Bowling History from its Origin to Present Date!

    In This Bowling History Book You Will Discover Information Like!

  • The Ancient Origins of the Game and How it was Influenced By The Egyptians!
  • The Different Variations of the Game Including German Kegel, Dutch Pins, Curling and More!!
  • The Development of Bowling in Europe and How it Was Banned In England!!
  • How Bowling Was Introduced to the U.S. the Early Bowling Lanes, Pin Boys and More!!!
  • Discover The Modernazation of the Game Including Bowling Balls, Pins and Pinsetter Machines!!!
  • Learn About Bowling on Television Shows
    Like Championsship Bowling, Make That Spare, Bowling For Dollars and the PBA!!!!
  • You Will Have Access to This Bowling History Information From Bowlings Origin to Present In This Extremely Educational E-Book!!!!
Here are some Samples of What You Will Discover!!!

Evidence unearthed by archeologists in recent decades reveals that the pastime of tossing an object at targets for fun has been in existence since ancient times. Findings have disclosed specific evidence of games from earlier periods that were similar to bowling, in which a ball was thrown at pins. Some of the discovered implements and objects for these games were unearthed by archeologists at Egyptian burial sites and date back to as early as 3200 B.C. Studies of..."

Once the ancestral game of bowling made its way into Europe, many variations developed over time. The German version, "Kegels," began around 300 AD. A form of bowling was popular in England in 1366, during the reign of King Edward III. Virtually all forms of the English game...

With much of modern Europe having once been a part of the Roman Empire, the game originally played by Roman soldiers during the third century became very much a part of European culture. As we saw in the previous chapter, it evolved to take on many forms, from German Kegels - the game created to increase church attendance - to the French game known as...

The game of bowling traveled from Europe to the United States along with early settlers, who played the game on ship decks during the journey. It is supposed that the Dutch settlers were the first to play the game on the soil of the new world. The game was originally played ...

Once the American Bowling Congress standardized the game's rules, equipment, and alley conditions, the game's popularity spread to a wider segment of the population. As the sport grew, innovations such as...

By the late 1940s, bowling had grown into a popular sport people of ages could participate in and enjoy. Bowling alleys had sprung up all across the country and bowling had become a favorite source of fun and recreation. With the advent of television, networks seized the opportunity to make bowling a popular spectator sport...

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