Where Did Volleyball Originate?

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The game of volleyball originated from Holyoke in Massachusetts in 1895. The game was created by a YMCA physical education director called William G. Morgan who wanted an indoor pastime with any number of players. He used some characteristics from tennis and handball, baseball and basketball.
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William G. Morgan, a YMCA physical education director in Holyoke, Massachusetts, came up with the idea for Volleyball, originally called Mintonette, in 1895.
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