Sea Scout History (USA)
Tue, 25 Mar 1997 18:37:28 -0500 (EST)
If any of you Sea Scout history buffs have not seen it, the May 1992 issue of
Scout Memorabilia (Vol. 27, No. 3) was devoted to "The Unsinkable SILVER
STAR", Sea Scout Ship from Altoona, PA, and to "The Sea Bag", a Sea Scout
column dedicated to the 1935/37 National Jamboree. Both articles have great
photos associated with them as well as early illustrations of uniforms, caps
("Boat", "Schooner", "Barkentine", "Bark", and "Ship" related to the rating
system referred to in message subj: National Flagships from Bruce
<firstname.lastname@example.org> dated 97-03-17 08:38:36 EST.
In addition, an earlier issue of Scout Memorabilia (Vol. 4, No. 3, 1969),
carried a 2 page article by Arthur N. Lindgren entitled "From Sea Scouting to
Sea Exploring in U.S.A.
If these are of interest, back issues may still be available from SCOUT
MEMORABILIA, PO Box 1121, Manchester, NH 03105.
SES207, Raleigh NC