In Virginia: The Boy Scouts Encamp

They have gathered from all over the country on this dusty plain of Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia, some 90 miles south of Washington. There are flags, and the sound of whistles and bugles, and the exuberant cries of young voices, chanting as they march by. This is the tenth national jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America, and 32,000 youngsters have camped among the tall pines, like an army taking its rest after a string of victories.

In these historic woods, where the American Revolutionary Army under George Washington prepared for the Battle...

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