There is also normal chips and scratches with an item that is this old. Measures about 13¼ inches by almost 5 inches by approximately 3/8 inch thick. Of the actual item available in this listing. WEST - HONOR CAMPER O Owasippe Camps B.49 - Dayton Ohio POCAHONTAS. POCAHONTAS text is stamped, carved, or engraved. There is some etching of her design. Symbol on the point is a. Pochontas was born about 1595 in Virginia and died in England as Rebecca Rolfe in March of 1617. She married a John Rolfe, a tobacco planter, in 1614.
She was a promoter in England of the Jamestown settlement. Interesting choice for a scout item made over 400 years later.The camp originally opened in 1911 and has served many scouts! It currently holds the distinction of the oldest camp still open. About 2014 Calumet Council, Chicago Area Council #18l, Des Plaines Valley Council, and Northwest Suburban Council merged to form Pathway to Adventure Council , covering parts of Illinois (Chicago Metropolitan Area) and northwest Indiana. Des Plaines Council was formed in 1993 from Thatcher Woods & West Suburban Councils.
Calumet #152 was formed in 1965 from Sauk Trails #158 & Pokagon Trails #159 Councils and included Twin City #154 in 1970. These charges are the buyers responsibility. In some situations some items are not allowed to be sent to your country because of the buyers import laws, buyers please check that an item is allowed to be sent to your country. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gift" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.The item "BSA Scout Camp Owasippe 1922 James E. West Honor Camper Black O Pocahontas Award" is in sale since Monday, March 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fraternal Organizations\Boy Scouts\Other Boy Scout Collectibles". The seller is "ribitz" and is located in Anaheim, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.