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by Marty Tschetter
Saturday, April 26, 1958, Pg. 1 Scouts not identified. CAPTION More than 1,000 Scouts and Scouters at Camporee held in Greenville. (At the time Scout events were segregated). W.H. Davenport, Chairman of the East Carolina Council's Negro Division, stated that the attendance was "the largest we've ever had at a council camporee". Council Executive O.B. Roberts and District Executive Carl Knott also welcomed the group.
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Two African American boy scouts are standing outside of a tent. One scout is holding a soda. Dates from negative sleeve.
Daily Reflector (Greenville, N.C.)
April 25 , 1958 - April 26 , 1958
The Daily Reflector Image Collection
African American History
Social and Family Life
Boy Scouts--North Carolina--Greenville
African American boys--North Carolina--Greenville
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United States--North Carolina--Pitt County (N.C.)--Greenville (N.C.)
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