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The author gratefully acknowledges to the respective authors and publishers the help he has received from the following books, all of which he recommends to the readers of this one

Scouting for Boys, Aids to Scouting and Scouting Games by the Chief Scout.

Training in Tracking, Book of Games and Wide Games by " Gilcraft." The first of these three is especially helpful on Night Stalking.

Woodcraft by Owen Jones and Marcus Woodward; In Nature's Ways by Marcus Woodward.

How to Run a Troop, by Ernest Young.

The Six Senses of Scouts, by J. T. Gorman.

Games to Play, Indoor and Community Games, More Indoor and Community Games, and Outdoor and Community Games, by Sid G. Hedges.

Signalling for Scouts, by Morgan and Scott.

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