Boy Scouts of America: A Centennial History

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DK Pub., 2009 - History - 283 pages
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In celebration of the BSA's 100th anniversary, Boy Scouts of America: A Centennial History is the official and definitive history of one of our nation's most influential and cherished organizations. Packed with stories of service and heroism, and brought to life through more than 1000 images from the BSA's archive, this treasure trove of American history is a must-have for millions of scouts, alumni, volunteers, and anyone interested in the making of a timeless American tradition.

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User Review  - Chrissy Neff - Goodreads

Such a great book with a wealth of information! Lots of photographs and art plates. This book is a very enjoyable read. It is a must for Scout leaders and Scouting history enthusiats. Read full review

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User Review  - mkcquilt - Borders

Our family has spent over 40 years in scouting. Two are Eagle scouts. This book is beautiful and excellent. Read full review

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