The Boy Scouts First Handbook For Boys Legacy Edition
|Release Date||30 October 2019|
|Category||Sports & Recreation|
|Rating||4/5 from 21 reviews|
Enjoy this high-quality Doublebit Legacy reprint of the first 1911 edition of the Scout Handbook For Boys, the first "official" handbook issued for scouts in the U.S.A. Featuring instruction in outdoors life, woodcraft, campcraft, and high-quality living, this classic text is foundational for outdoors youth programs in America.Inspired by an "unofficial" preceding handbook written by Ernest Thompson Seton and Lord Robert Baden-Powell in 1910, this version of the scout handbook is the first "official" version that scouts used during the birth of boy scout programs in the U.S.A. This text includes rank and badge requirements from 1911, along with skills. Learn how to make a bow for shooting arrows, make a fire or tent from scratch, identify plants and animals, or find your way in the wilderness with the timeless tips in this book!Includes the following main topics: (1) scoutcraft, badge requirements for 1911, and knots; (2) woodcraft and nature lore; (3) campcraft, camping, and equipment; (4) tracking, trailing, and signaling; (4) healthy lifestyle and exercise; (5) chivalry; (6) first aid and lifesaving; (7) games; (8) patriotism and citizenship; (9) scout equipment; and (10) book lists for topics of interest to scouts. This classic book makes a perfect gift for scouts or scout leaders, or any outdoors enthusiast who wants to master the skills of the outdoors and woodcraft! A part of the Library of American Outdoors Classics: Volume 3This Doublebit Legacy Edition reprint of The Boy Scouts 1911 Handbook For Boys is professionally restored and presented from the original source with the highest degree of fidelity possible. Readers can enjoy this Legacy Edition for generations to come and learn from its timeless knowledge.This book is provided for historical education and contains content in the public domain. This reprint version is not published or endorsed by the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts USA, or other youth programs.