In January 1959, the Boy Scouts of America replaced its Explorer program with the Exploring program. This was more than just a suffix change, though.
You've probably seen his quote, often attributed to anonymous. But the quote's author, Forest Witcraft, was anything but.
In the New York Times Sunday Book Review, an author and Eagle Scout calls the fourth edition of the "Handbook for Boys" a classic of literature.
In the '60s, the Minnesota Vikings Football Club sponsored an Explorer Post. They held mock drafts, toured the team's stadium and met with sports reporters.
1967 was a good year for Scouting cartoons, as evidenced here. Check out 14 of my favorites from the pages of Scouting magazine from that year.
If you've camped with Scouts before, then it's likely you've encountered energetic boys (and Venturers, too) who have a hard time settling down at bedtime.
Let's look back at five June cover images from the digital archives of Scouting magazine.
The first annual meeting of the BSA was held in 1911 at the White House, where U.S. President Howard Taft addressed a group of Scouting professionals.
At next week’s National Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tenn., the BSA will announce revisions to the current Cub Scouting program. (You can read more about these
In Scouting’s April 1921 edition, a U.S. District Court judge states, “No city can afford to be without its Boy Scouts.” Judge Foster argues, “I have never come in