Resources for Scouts

By Paul G on October 3, 2011
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We want to welcome Boy and Girl Scouts to our site!

Below is a list of resources you can use to learn more about pow wows on We hope you find all the information you need to explore this vibrant part of Native American life.

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If you have questions or need additional information, please contact us.


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10 Responses to “Resources for Scouts”

  1. wardancer says:

    Thanks Paul G , That’s a great index !

  2. rangerjim says:

    This is great information. Better education of our Scouts will prevent unintentional disrespect.

  3. Tarl says:

    Excellent and informative

  4. Sleeping Bear says:

    Wonderful idea, Paul. On behalf of the sincere admirers of Native culture amongst the Boy Scouts, I Thank You Very Much!

  5. Bob brichin says:

    I love how your NovaSure ad covers up comments…
    cant that be minimized

  6. Wanda says:

    I am a cub scout leader and we will be having a crossover later in the year and would love to know more about the dress, dances and music. My ancestors are from Muskogee, OK and have been told all my life that I am part Cherokee but wouldn’t know where to begin to find out any fact to the matter if it’s true. Any suggestions?

    • William says:

      Wanda, look up your ancester name on the Dawes rolls. This is the only Rolls reconized by the Government and the Tribes! Contact your Order of the Arrow Lodge in your council, These are actual Boy Scouts and would probably want to do the crossover! The crossover would like and feel better if done by Scouts rather then Adults!

  7. Valerie says:

    We need are looking for information about Native American event near us. We are located in Joliet IL and we need to fulfill this requirement for the boys. “Visit an Order of the Arrow dance ceremony or American Indian event within your community” There is no local Order of the Arrow dance team. I was wondering how I could possibly visit an event instead. Is there one upcoming.

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