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5 Camp Fires
Heart of the Camp
Ceremony from India
Evening Pow Wows
Story of Fire
Good Story Telling
Timber Wolf Ceremonies
What To Do?
The Gray Areas
Philmont Song Book
Campfire Skits & Stunts
Scout War Songs
Bibliography for Camp Fire Stories
"Water Ghost and Others," J. K. Bangs. See Chapter, "Water
"Around the Fire Stories,"' Conan Doyle. See Chapter, "The Brazilian
"Tale of a Traveler," Washington Irving. See Chapter, "The Devil and
"Blackfeet Indian Stories," George Bird Grinnell.
"The Punishment of the Stingy," George Bird Grinnell.
"Pawnee Hero Tales," George Bird Grinnell.
"Around the Fire," H. M. Burr (Book of short stories, two or three of
which are particularly good).
"With the Indians in the Rockies," W. J. Schultz. (Admirable story,
shortened, all the story can be told, with an introduction, some episode.)
"Tad Sheldon, Boy Scout," John Fleming Wilson.
Biographical Hero Stories
"American Book of Gold Deeds," J. Baldwin. (The acts of heroism are
various in character, ranging from the unpremeditated saving of a railroad train to the
great philanthropic movements which have blessed and benefited all mankind.)
"Pathfinders of the Trail," A. C. Laut.
"The Story of the Trapper," A. C. Laut.
"The Boy Scout Book of Stories," F. K. Mathiews, Appleton.
"Camp Fire Verse," Haynes & Harrison, Duffield.
"Poems of Action," Porter, Association Press.
"Told by the Camp Fire," Cheley, Association Press.
"The Book Shelf for Boys and Girls," (an extensive bibliography), Library
Commission, Boy Scouts of America.
Suggested Books for Reading Around Camp Fire, P. 25, "Camp and Outing
Activities," Cheley-Baker Association Press.