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Historical council information to be folded in[edit]

Historical council information to be folded in -Kintetsubuffalo (talkcontribs) 11:58, 20 September 2006

  • Hook, James; Franck, Dave; Austin, Steve (1982). An Aid to Collecting Selected Council Shoulder Patches with Valuation.


  • North Carolina Concord 1917 1918
  • North Carolina Gastonia 1917 1918
  • North Carolina 415 Catawba River 1923 1927 ended 1927
  • North Carolina 423 Southern Pines 1919 1924 ended 1924
  • North Carolina 419 High Point 1917 1923 changed name to Uwharrie 419 1923
  • North Carolina 418 Greensboro 1918 1947 changed name to General Greene 418 1947
  • North Carolina 418 General Greene 1947 1992January 13 merged into Old North State 70 1992January 13
  • North Carolina 419 Uwharrie 1923 1992January 13 merged into Old North State 70 1992January 13
  • North Carolina 417 Cherokee 1923 1994 April 1 merged into Old North State 70 1994 April 1
  • North Carolina 70 Old North State 1992 January 13
  • North Carolina 414 Asheville 1919 1922 Buncombe County 414 1922
  • North Carolina 414 Buncombe County 1922 1925 Daniel Boone 414 1925
  • North Carolina 414 Daniel Boone 1925 http://www.main.nc.us/DanielBooneCouncil
  • North Carolina 415 Charlotte 1940 1942 Mecklenburg County 415 1942
  • North Carolina 415 Mecklenburg County 1942
  • North Carolina 416 Charlotte 1915 1937 Central North Carolina 416 1937
  • North Carolina 416 Central North Carolina 1937
  • North Carolina 420 Piedmont 1924
  • North Carolina 421 Raleigh 1919 1921 ended reformed 1923 1921
  • North Carolina 421 Raleigh 1923 1925 changed name to Wake County 421 1925
  • North Carolina 421 Wake County 1925 1929 merged into Occoneechee 421 1929
  • North Carolina 696 Durham County 1925 1929 merged into Occoneechee 421 1929
  • North Carolina 423 Walter Hines Page 1924 1930 merged into Occoneechee 421 1930
  • North Carolina 421 Occoneechee 1929 http://www.bsa.net/occoneechee
  • North Carolina 424 Tuscarora 1923
  • North Carolina 425 Wilmington 1916 1926 changed name to New Hanover County 425 1926
  • North Carolina 425 New Hanover County 1926 1930 changed name to Cape Fear Area 425 1930
  • North Carolina 425 Cape Fear Area 1930 1989 changed name to Cape Fear 425 1989
  • North Carolina 425 Cape Fear 1989
  • North Carolina 422 Rocky Mount 1919 1923 changed name to Tar Heel Area 422 1923
  • North Carolina 415 Neuse 1928 1930 merged into Wilson County 426 1930
  • North Carolina 686 Pamlico 1924 1927 merged into Wilson County 426 1930
  • North Carolina 426 Wilson County 1924 1932 merged into East Carolina 426 1932
  • North Carolina 422 Tar Heel Area 1923 1934 merged into East Carolina 426 1934
  • North Carolina 426 East Carolina 1932
  • North Carolina 427 Winston-Salem Area 1917 1942 changed name to Old Hickory 427 1942
  • North Carolina 427 Old Hickory 1942 http://www.electricpaving.com/boyscouts

Raven Knob article?[edit]

Does anyone think that Camp Raven Knob is significant enough for its own article or would it get deleted? It does host a LOT of scouts every summer, one of the biggest in the country I seem to remember. FinalWish (talk) 16:44, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

I had to Google to find that it belongs to Old Hickory Council, which redirects to this article. You really need to start the parent council article first, with the camp as a section. See Stonewall Jackson Area Council and Tidewater Council for examples. See also WP:SCOUTMOS. ---— Gadget850 (Ed) talk 17:46, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

Proposed merge with Camp Bud Schiele[edit]

Camp Bud Schiele is not notable on its own and it can go under the Piedmont Council subheader. Deflagro Contribs/Talk 21:55, 2 May 2016 (UTC)

Support merge per nom.--Kintetsubuffalo (talk) 01:25, 4 May 2016 (UTC)
Merged. --evrik (talk) 21:01, 4 May 2016 (UTC)