How Girls Can Help Their Country Book Overview
Juliette Low and Walter J. Hoxie, 1913 / Special Facsimile Edition, 60th Anniversary
Each girl must promise on her honor to try to do three things:1. To do your duty to God and to your country.2. To help other people at all times.3. To obey the Laws of the Scouts.
The Laws of the Girl Scouts
I. A Girl Scout’s honor is to be trusted.II. A Girl Scout is loyal.III. A Girl Scout’s duty is to be useful and to help others.IV. A Girl Scout is a friend to all and a sister to every other Girl Scoutno matter to what social class she might belong.V. A Girl Scout is courteous.VI. A Girl Scout keeps herself pure.VII. A Girl Scout is a friend to animals.VIII. A Girl Scout obeys orders.XI. A Girl Scout is cheerful.X. A Girl Scout is thrifty.
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