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Enjoy reading the Boy Scout Handbook ebook with auto-scrolling, day and night viewing modes, bookmarks, multiple font sizes, full screen viewing in portrait and landscape orientations, and more!FEATURES: AUTO-SCROLL: Hands free reading with our advanced variable speed auto-scrolling. FULL SCREEN VIEW: No tab, navigation, or toolbars to get in your viewing way. BOOKMARK CONTROLS: Bookmarking lets you start up where you left off fast. MULTIPLE FONT SIZES: Increase or decrease the text size quickly and easily. DAY & NIGHT MODES: Switch from day to night mode at the touch of a finger. PORTRAIT & LANDSCAPE: Read your eBook in portrait or landscape position. AUTO SETTINGS: Your viewer settings are automatically saved and loaded. COPY & PASTE: Copy and paste selected text to other apps. TEXT MAGNIFICATION: Magnify text for easier reading. And more!eBook Media Viewer Series #1Title: Boy Scouts Handbook - The First Edition, 1911Author: Boy Scouts of AmericaPages: 365Details: Fully IllustratedThe Boy Scout Handbook is the official handbook of the Boy Scouts of America. It is a descendant of Baden-Powell's original handbook, Scouting for Boys, which has been the basis for Scout handbooks in many countries, with some variations to the text of the book depending on each country's codes and customs.The original edition of the handbook was based on Baden-Powell's work. Ernest Thompson Seton combined his Woodcraft manual, the Birch Bark Rolls, with Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys. Subsequent works were done by other authors. William "Green Bar Bill" Hillcourt wrote the 6th, 7th, and 9th editions. Frederick L. Hines wrote the 8th, and Robert Birkby the 10th, 11th and 12th editions.The book describes many Scout-like virtues and qualifications. After a lengthy section on what a Scout should know, including chivalry, history, and national issues, we read that "In short, to be a good Scout is to be a well-developed, well-informed boy."Table of Contents:IntroductionChapter 1: ScoutcraftChapter 2: WoodcraftChapter 3: CampcraftChapter 4: Tracks, Trailing and SignalingChapter 5: Health and EnduranceChapter 6: ChivalryChapter 7: First Aid and Life SavingChapter 8: Games and Athletic StandardsChapter 9: Patriotism and CitizenshipAppendixIndex
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