Cherokee Area Council

  Serving the youth of Northeastern Oklahoma
Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Ottawa and Delaware counties.

In 1907, just ten years after Bartlesville was founded and the same year Oklahoma became a state, the Boy Scouting program began in England with an experimental camp on Brownsea Island.

In 1909, less than two years after the Boy Scout program was founded by Lord Baden-Powell, a priest who was familiar with the Scouting program came to Pawhuska, Oklahoma and founded the first Boy Scout troop in America. The local Bartlesville paper recorded a visit by this troop to Johnstone Park in 1911, noting that they hiked from Pawhuska to Bartlesville to show the Scouting program to the local youth.

Cherokee Area Council
Service Center and Scout Shop
520 S Quapaw
Bartlesville OK 74003-4330
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Phone: 918-336-9170
Toll Free 888-269-1328
Fax: 918-512-4789
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