For basic information about North Carolina, including basic Scouting references, search on ncpedia.org.
For almost every issue of “Scouting” magazine from 1913 to today, go to scoutingmagazine.org/archives. Search for “Winston-Salem,” “Camp Lasater,” and other local names to investigate the results.
Visit bsamuseum.org and plan a trip to the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas, to see a vast collection of national Scouting memorabilia.
The Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a major archival collection that includes many primary historical materials concerning the American South, including the Boy Scouts of America, Old Hickory Council, Records #04688. Go to www2.lib.unc.edu/mss/shc and begin your search for Scouting history.
Search for ‘Boy Scouts’ at this digital humanities site for the Blue
Ridge Parkway and see a photo of Old Hickory Council Boy Scouts and
Scouters camping on the parkway in 1945. http://docsouth.unc.edu/blueridgeparkway/
In accordance with the Rules & Bylaws of our Association, we publish a written annual report to the Executive Board of the Old Hickory Council. These reports have been archived and made accessible both in print and online since our establishment in 1994.
(Article V., Section 9)