Pawhuska, Oklahoma: Statue - America's First Boy Scout Troop
A statue in next to the local museum commemorates the first Boy Scout troop of America.
Osage County Historical Society Museum
- 700 Lynn Ave., Pawhuska, OK
- The statue stands outside of the Osage County Historical Society Museum. Take US 60/Hwy 11 into town. Turn north onto Lynn Ave and drive two blocks.
America's First Boy Scout Troop
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The Gateway to the Prairie, a small town named Pawhuska, boasts some unusual facts. They have a statue in front of the Osage Co. Museum dedicated to the first Boy Scout troop of America (not troop #1). Also it is the town that started the FBI hunt for Bonnie and Clyde.
[Tom Perrigo, 01/13/2001]
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