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Firecrafter Woodsman Patches

This is a five inch felt chest Woodsman patch. When a Scout became a Camper, he received a khaki vest with the Camper "C" emblem sewn on it. When he became a Woodsman, a yellow teepee was added to his original patch. The underside of this patch clearly shows the "C" machine sewn on to the blue felt and the teepee sewn in Scout-like fashion by hand. When the Scout became a Firecrafter, he received a whole new patch including the red fire. The fire shirts (and therefore the chest patches) for Campers and Woodsmen were discontinued in the 1930's.

Woodsman Chest Patch
This patch from the Central Indiana Council, which was merged to form the Crossroads of America Council in the early 1970's.

CIC WOODSMAN

This patch was from 1971/72 just before the merger. It has a twill background.

71-72 Woodsman

This patch was from the early 1970's, roughly the same time as the merger that formed the Crossroads of America Council (1973).

OLD WOODSMAN

This is the current Woodsman Rank Patch.


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