Read by presidents, scientists, and national heroes, the Boy Scouts Handbook
has been used by generations of American youths. Filled with practical advice for everyone, the book contains everything from safety tips on swimming and instructions for putting up a tent to directions for making an aquarium and pointers on how to identify common North American trees.
More than 200 figures and illustrations accompany valuable information on woodcrafting, camping, sailing, hiking, health and endurance, and providing first aid. But more than just a guide to outdoor life, the handbook also offers timeless observations on politeness, patriotism, and good citizenship.
As useful and valid today as it was when first published nearly 100 years ago, the Boy Scouts Handbook
will delight Americana enthusiasts as much as it will be treasured by collectors and nature lovers.
Reprint of Boy Scouts of America: The Official Handbook for Boys, Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, New York, 1911.
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|Author/Editor||Boy Scouts of America|
|Dimensions||5 3/16 x 8 1/4|