Basketballs in the olden days were made of leather but then again they used soccer balls too!
In the early days of tennis, balls were often made of leather stuffed with hair or wool. The early tennis balls were made by Scottish craftsmen.
The first purpose-built basketballs were made from panels of leather stitched together with a rubber bladder inside.
The first one was made of a peach basket.
Yes - for example, you could say: 'In the olden days', and it would make sense.
what did thety wash their clothes with back in the olden days
Horse and buggy
By writing letters
yes but it deepends what date
Yes, they needed them for letters.
Men use size 7 basketballs Women use size 6 basketballs
They didn't use this term back in "the olden days." It's a modern term meaning to wait for a minute.
there was barter system
Braille came into use by the blind people of the olden days.
He made it using coco nuts