Scouting For Girls: The Original 1920 Girl Scout Handbook

Scouting For Girls The Original Girl Scout Handbook How did Scouting come to be used by girls That is what I have been asked Well it was this way In the beginning I had used Scouting that is wood craft handiness and cheery helpfulness as a means fo

  • Title: Scouting For Girls: The Original 1920 Girl Scout Handbook
  • Author: Josephine Daskam Bacon
  • ISBN: 9780760779880
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • How did Scouting come to be used by girls That is what I have been asked Well, it was this way In the beginning I had used Scouting that is, wood craft, handiness, and cheery helpfulness as a means for training young soldiers when they first joined the army, to help them become handy, capable men and able to hold their own with anyone instead of being mere drilled mac How did Scouting come to be used by girls That is what I have been asked Well, it was this way In the beginning I had used Scouting that is, wood craft, handiness, and cheery helpfulness as a means for training young soldiers when they first joined the army, to help them become handy, capable men and able to hold their own with anyone instead of being mere drilled machines.

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    1 thought on “Scouting For Girls: The Original 1920 Girl Scout Handbook”

    1. I was a Brownie for two years, and I never got a badge. My troop leader was too lazy to fill out the paperwork, so we all just ran in circles and screamed, drank kool-aid, and glued sticks to paper plates. I also have a scar on my finger from when my hand was closed in a folding chair by a girl named Marcy.If only I had been a Girl Scout in 1920! I could have earned the Child Nurse badge, or Homemaker badge, or even the Dairy Maid badge. Instead, all I got was this lousy scar.

    2. I found it interesting how the author is known for writing on "women's issues" as I read this work for historical perspective. The book contained some part that, to my modern eyes, seemed trite and backwards expectations of a woman's role. Of course, within the framework of the day, Josephine Daskam Bacon was probably a feminist or what would pass as such at that time. One must press on past the parts about homemaking and essentially being a nurses aid, but there are good parts in the book nonet [...]

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