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- American Historical Images Cached
(Added: 3-Mar-2007 Hits: 421 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
Dan Beard images produced from rare 100-year old glass negatives, circa 1905, picturing him at his first camp, Lake Teedyuskung, Pike County, Pennsylvania.
- Fort George Camporee Cached
(Added: 10-Mar-1999 Hits: 578 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
A War of 1812 Scout re-enactment camporee in September each year. 1,300 participants last year including 450 from US.
- Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum Cached
(Added: 1-Jun-2000 Hits: 664 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is composed of the WWII aircraft carrier USS Yorktown (CV-10), the USS Laffey (DD-724), the USS Clamagore (SS-343) and the Coast Guard cutter Ingham (WPG-35). Campers stay onboard Yorktown in the actual crew quarters and also take side trips to Fort Sumter National Monument and the new SC Aquarium...I have checked the historic sites category, but we also fit the camping category as well...over 18,000 campers this past year.
- The Great Platte River Road Memorial Archway Cached
(Added: 17-Mar-2001 Hits: 538 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 2) Rate It
Archway museum over I-80 at Kearney NE highlighting the Mormon, California and Oregon Trails, the Pony Express, trancontinental telegraph, railroad and The Lincoln Highway (first transcontinental highway--Boy Scouts helped erect markers coast to coast in 1928) A great place to stop enroute to the National Jamboree this summer.
- The Scouters' Memorial Cached
(Added: 11-Mar-2001 Hits: 683 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
The Scouters' Memorial exists to recognize and remember members of the Worldwide Scouting Movement, be they adult leaders or youth members, men or women, boys or girls, whose lives exemplified the ways, methods and principles of Scouting and who each in their own way made the world a little better place for others.