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  • We're getting a list of those scouts and scouters who were here.

    CNN Transcript Jun 11, 2008

  • And when I mention scouting family, we literally had hundreds and hundreds of calls from our scouters wanting to know how they could help, and we had our staff down here throughout the night answering hundreds of calls from our families.

    CNN Transcript Jun 12, 2008

  • As Michigan Scouting historian Dave Eby puts it, "Nothing on the planet raises ire of scouters more than the sale of their particular camp."


  • Leaving out the fact that the judges would not permit many scouters, it wasn't good for a crowd to ride over the fields.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

  • Returning from the abandoned bivouac, with the intention to ride straight back to the Mission, the scouters came upon another side trace leading out on the opposite side of the ford road, and up the river.

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • The scouters, of course, could not know of this; and, while inspecting the queer waif, wondering what it could mean, two others were taken up: one a sprig of cypress, the other an orange blossom; both showing as if but lately plucked, and alike out of place there.

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • Then follows a forenoon of painful suspense, _no_ word yet from the scouters sent out.

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • But, while the scouters were examining the return tracks, they came upon others less intelligible -- in short, perplexing.

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • "We go as scouters and observers of that which may hereafter call for the ready assistance of this youth; but numbers would expose us to observation, without adding to our usefulness -- and yet," he added, arresting his footstep, which was already turned towards the door, and looking earnestly and long at the Indian boy, "perhaps there standeth one who might much enlighten us, would he but speak!"

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish

  • "I doubt if Mark be not ready to faint with so weary a march," said the child already introduced by the name of Martha; "he is young to go into the woods, with scouters tall as great Dudley."

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish


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