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Since the beginning of the Scouting movement in America 100 years ago, events have been recorded in paintings and drawings by an official artist. Remarkably, there have been just two official artists in all that time: Norman Rockwell and Joseph Csatari.
Through brushstrokes of oil paint on canvas, the artists chronicle the history of Scouting in America - from campouts, hikes, and pinewood derby races to the Scouts public service initiatives throughout their long history. Their artwork celebrates the boyhood joys of Scouting whilst illustrating a code of honor and ideals that has shaped generations of young men.
Read our detailed review of this book in the Trailstop Blog - Review of Norman Rockwell's Boy Scouts of America.
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