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Child Spirit of Woodcraft
Woodcraft Way
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Woodcraft History
Officers
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by Ernest Thompson Seton

The first edition of the Birch Bark Roll was issued in 1902. Since then it has run through many editions, about one each year. It is intended that it should contain the information needed for general Woodcraft work, and when it was found impossible to give adequate treatment to any subject in the brief allotted space, reference was made to reliable text books.

It aims to be a pocket cyclopedia of the interesting things to do, be, see and remember in the big outdoors, with a view always to the grouping under the headings that correspond to the Four Lamps of the Great Central Fire.

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