scoutcrafts

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scoutcrafts

  1. plural form of scoutcraft
    • 1919, A Handbook of Private Schools for American Boys and Girls, Sargent, page 330:
      Scoutcrafts and water sports are featured.
    • 1921, China Monthly Review, volume 16, Millard Publishing Company, page 432:
      The Canton Boy Scouts held a rally April 9, when they demonstrated scoutcrafts in the afternoon and gave a stag performance in the evening.
    • 1949, Michael Vincent O'Shea, The Nation's Schools, Volume 43, page 47:
      Political indoctrination and premilitary training were predominant Hitler Youth activities, extending over most of the boy's leisure time, while scoutcrafts and outdoor activities are emphasized by the scout movement.
    • 1954, Harald Schraer, Survival Education: A Survey of Trends in Survival Education in Certain Public Schools and Teacher Training Institutions and a Detailed Study of the Elements of Survival Education Found in the Programs of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, Cornell University, page 221:
      [] , the "Handbook for Boys" is devoted to detailed information about scoutcrafts and skills.