Originally adapted from the British handbook written by Agnes Baden-Powell and Robert Baden-Powell, known for their work with the Boy Scout Association and the Girl Guide Association, How Girls Can Help Their Country was a guide for young Girl Scouts of America in 1913. The tenets of the Girl Scouts are honor, duty, loyalty, kindness, comradeship, purity, cheerfulness, and thriftiness. This handbook describes how girls can establish their own troop, uphold the Girl Scout tenets, and grow to be proper young women. It also outlines more concrete tasks such as camping, games, cooking, and first aid. This edition, written by W.J. Hoxie, was released for the 16th anniversary of the Girl Scouts' founding. W.J. Hoxie was a noted naturalist in Savannah, Georgia in 1913. She prepared the Girl Scout Handbook, How Girls Can Help Their Country, together with Juliette Gordon Low.This edition, written by W.J. Hoxie, was released for the 16th anniversary of the Girl Scoutsa#39; founding. W.J. Hoxie was a noted naturalist in Savannah, Georgia in 1913.
|Title||:||How Girls Can Help Their Country|
|Author||:||W. J. Hoxie|
|Publisher||:||Cosimo, Inc. - 2010-07-01|