Re: B-P's Aids to Scoutmastership
Settummanque, the blackeagle (waltoml@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU)
Wed, 6 Jul 1994 19:19:26 CST
Andrew Heath <HEATHA%BYUVAX.bitnet@UKCC.uky.edu> writes:
> As part of one of my woodbadge ticket items I have been reading the
>book "Aids to Scoutmastership" by B-P. It is a very interesting book. The book
>was written from the notes B-P used for his adult training sessions, and is an
>excellent resource on the theories and Ideals behind the Scouting movement. I
>sudjest that everyone get a copy and read it.
> If you would like a copy, please let me know. I will also make this
>available to the listserver if there is enough interest. If anyone has other
>documents that they feel would be of interest to the list, but do not have the
>time to type them in, let me know as I do have access to a scanner.
Please do upload it to our listserver in the ascii and WP versions.
I can always use yet another reference item for my growing library!
Jon Eidson can assist you with that, if you want to upload them.
> Also before someone asks, NO the book does not have a copyright on it,
Are you sure? I've got a copy here which does have a copyright date
from the Boy Scouts of Canada....just curious, that's all....
>and NO I will not scan in Copyrighted material. There are however several Items
>that are out there that maybe of interest to many of us. For example, we
>discussed Knots sometime ago and someone had 3 articles that they were going to
>have typed in. I saw one, did the other two get on the listserv?
Yeah! I wanted to know about that one, too!
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