This masterfully-crafted eBook is an abridged version of Seton's "Woodcraft." Fully-illustrated with Seton's own drawings, this edition contains the key chapters on Indian life and lore, campcraft, games, and scouting. (It lacks only the chapters on forestry, woods medicine, natural history, and mushrooms.)Seton was the Chief of the Woodcraft Indians, which was merged into the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Seton himself became Chief Scout of the United States.A superb resource for Scouters, as Seton presents topics and activities which are still of great interest to boys of all ages.(252 pages, illustrated, 6.6Mb - fully printable)
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Page 31 - Whenever, in the course of the daily hunt, the red hunter comes upon a scene that is strikingly beautiful or sublime — a black thundercloud with the rainbow's glowing arch above the mountain; a white waterfall in the heart of a green gorge; a vast prairie tinged with the blood-red of sunset — he pauses for an instant in the attitude of worship.