I'm gently feeling my way towards some general conclusions, based upon all of the data we have now from Civil War-era St. Louis, and you'll find some of that at the new page. These are just initial thoughts and I hope that I'll be able to pull it together into something that resembles coherence. You never know.
We are quickly nearing the end of this series and I think we'll be finished with 1864 in the next ten days or so. My plan was to continue on to 1865 but I don't really consider that to be a war year. The war ends just as the season begins and I absolutely want to talk about that. There was a lot going on as the Empire Club took the field for their anniversary game in 1865 and I find it rather interesting. So we'll talk about that and call it a wrap.
At the moment I've gone through the 1865 material that I have in my notes and the most interesting thing there is the whole Championship of the West thing. It's great stuff and I think it will be neat to see that material presented in a coherent manner (as compared to how I normally do things).
After that, I'm not sure what I'm going to do. I'm still working on a long piece about the Cyclone Thesis and I may finish it one day and put it up. I'm going through 1866-1870 St. Louis for another project and may present some of the more significant stuff that I find. I have a lot of stuff from Missouri from that era and I know that I have something about a trip the Charleston Base Ball Club took to Hickman, Kentucky, in 1869 that I think you may like. Plus, I have a ton of random stuff that I can put up.
Who knows? All I know at the moment is I'm going to try and wrap up the Civil War thing, post some conclusions, put up some stuff about Alex Crosman's Civil War experience, and do the Championship of the West. From there, anything's possible.