Hockey: Canada's Royal Winter Game

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Hockey: Canada's Royal Winter Game  (1899) 
by Arthur Farrell
The first book written about ice hockey.

HOCKEY:


CANADA'S ROYAL WINTER GAME.



HAND-BOOK

CONTAINING A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BIRTH AND
DEVELOPMENT OF THE GAME, ITS RULES, HINTS ON
TRAINING, PRACTICE AND SCIENTIFIC PLAYS
WITH
SKETCHES AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF LEADING TEAMS
AND OPINIONS OF EXPERT PLAYERS.


By ARTHUR FARRELL
Shamrock Hockey Team, Montreal, Quebec.







Montreal:
C.R. CORNEIL, PRINTER
1899

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