History and development of the Boy Scouts of America, its founders, programs, facilities, organizations.
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Bartle, H. Roe
Biography of scouting leader known as Lone Bear.
Chronicles of Boy Scouting in the Blue Ridge Mountains Council
The unofficial history of Camp Powhatan, Ottari, High Knoll and other Boy Scout programs of the Council, Roanoke, Virginia.
Koshare Indian Museum
Preserves and interprets Native American culture, with a primary focus on art and artifacts of the Southwest and Plains Indians. Includes a history of the Scout Troop and Venture Crew that developed this facility.
Lone Scout History
BSA Lone Scout program history from its inception as a personal project by William D. Boyce.
Nelson Block Named Gilwell Fellow
Order of the Arrow member awarded fellowship for contribution to Scouting history.
Region 7 Canoe Base
History, former staff, patches, photos, and memories of this now closed Boy Scout High Adventure base that was located near Boulder Junction, Wisconsin.
Sommers Alumni Association - Ely, MN (Northern Tier High Adventure)
Sommers Alumni Association supports the mission and programs of the Charles L. Sommers National High Adventure Base and the Northern Tier National High Adventure Program of the Boy Scouts of America.
Thoughts On Scouting
The expressions of Theodore Roosevelt.
West Texas Scouting History
Presents information indexed by council and subject. Offers tips for researching, and links to other related resources.
Robinson, Edgar M.
The BSA's 'forgotten' founding father, article by Robert Peterson in Scouting Magazine (October 01, 1998)
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