Scouting on Two Continents

Written by F.R. Burnham

Frederick Russell Burnham: Explorer, discoverer, cowboy, and Scout.
Native American, he served as chief of scouts in the Boer War, an intimate friend of Lord Baden-Powell.
As an honorary Scout of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), he has served as an inspiration to the youth of the Nation and is the embodiment of the qualities of the ideal Scout.The BSA made Burnham an Honorary Scout in 1927, and for his noteworthy and extraordinary service to the Scouting movement, Burnham was bestowed the highest commendation given by the BSA, the Silver Buffalo Award, in 1936. Throughout his life he remained active in Scouting at both the regional and the national level in the United States and he corresponded regularly with Baden-Powell on Scouting topics.

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