|Title||Canoe, Boy Scout, 1953 from Plans of W.A. Rosene, Lincoln, Nebraska|
Boy Scout canoe made from the plans of W.A. Rosene of Lincoln; Rope attached to one end
"Jackman" is marked inside the boat.
COLORS: red exterior, brown interior
|Material||wood, canvas, metal|
|Made||Rosene, Windom A.|
|Place of Origin||USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln|
Rosene, Windom Alfonso
Windom A. Rosene, a leader of Troop 4, Boy Scouts, Lincoln, drew plans and wrote an article about how to build a canoe, which were published in the April 1952 issue of Boy's Life, the official magazine of the Boy Scouts of America. The Cornhusker Council distributed the plans and Rosene supervised construction of numerous canoes, including this one. He also helped scouts make canoe paddles.
|Credit line||Richard Spencer, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|
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