As any sports fan will tell you, numbers don’t always tell the whole story. Earlier this month, I shared the final attendance figures from the 2013 National Scout Jamboree. The count was 30,037 youth and adult
On a Saturday in 1913 on the island of Oahu, Queen Lili‘uokalani drove past a group of boys doing Scouting drills. Intrigued, she walked over and asked what kind of military exercise the boys were doing.
With more than 100 years of history, it’s no surprise that Scouting has seen its fair share of innovation and change. And collecting historic artifacts — uniforms, handbooks, and, of course, patches — from the
Whether it's tucked away in the attic or proudly displayed on your mantel, everyone who was in the Boy Scouts of America has a favorite piece of Scouting memorabilia. Eagle Scout and current Scouter Mark
When you think of the people most influential to Scouting's history in the United States, names like W.D. Boyce, James West, and, of course, Lord Baden-Powell come to mind as three of the several founding fathers
If you were in the Boy Scouts of America as a boy, chances are good that you've developed a healthy collection of Scouting memorabilia. Whether it's your Cub Scout uniform covered in plastic and hanging