Click Here to Register Join Ron Edmonds* on Sunday, February 18, 2024, for the new webinar series featuring the Woodcraft Expedition that was jointly sponsored by the Woodcraft League of America and the American Museum of Natural History in 1927. The expedition team, led by Ernest Thompson Seton and Clyde Fisher, included seven people from … Read more
On Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 4:00 PM Central Time, the Seton Institute will host a Zoom meeting where we will continue discussing GOSPEL OF THE REDMAN. This book is a compilation of teachings from revered historical Indigenous leaders and commentary by non-Indians who lived and worked with Indigenous Nations to demonstrate the moral and … Read more
On August 6, 2020 the Great American Outdoors Act was signed by President Trump. Imagine ETS celebrating this historic event on his birthday –coming up on August 14th. Here is the Dept. of Interior video link: https://www.doi.gov/video/great-american-outdoors-act-signed
By Mark Beese To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Wood Badge at Gilwell, about 80 Scouts and Scouters met with the granddaughters of founder Robert Baden-Powell and BSA founder Ernest Thompson Seton. Gill Clay told stories of BP, the early days of Scouting and demonstrated how Scouting’s left-hand shake originated. Julie Seton talked about her … Read more
Granddaughters of Scouting founders Lord Robert Baden-Powell and Ernest Thompson Seton met for the first time in Denver to talk about their grandfathers. Gillian Clay and Julie Seton met at the BSA Denver Council offices on Friday, 18 October and told stories about their grandfathers’ lives and how they became interested in youth education. … Read more
Julie Seton just returned from a lecture tour to Poland and the Czech Republic. Here is a link to an interview she completed in the Czech Republic. Be sure to use Google Translate to read this information. The interview is in Czech, but Julie’s part is in English. They used a translator Here is a … Read more
Dr. Clyde Fisher and ET Seton were close friends. They traveled together in 1927 to tribal lands across the U.S. Dr. Fisher recorded some of the tribal dances. The film is held by the American Museum of Natural History and is digitized for broader access. Link is posted with permission from AMNH.
Dr. Julie Seton was interviewed on the WWI Centennial Commemorative News podcast series. Her topic was WWI and the Boy Scouts of America. The podcasts can be heard on a number of platforms, but you can find them on You Tube. Search for WWI Centennial.