|Title||Sticker, Cub Scout Nebraska Treasure Event|
Piece of paper printed with 30 peelable stickers. The stickers are feature the upper, proper left quarter of a design that, in full, reads, "CORNHUSKER COUNCIL NEBRASKA TREASURE CUB SCOUTS 2010" with all text in blue. Behind this text is a yellow or gold background with a pyramid featuring a point engraved with the Fleur de Lis.
The word "COUNCIL" and the top half of "TREASURE" is on the quarter of the design printed on this page of stickers. The rest of the design is on objects 11055-2748, 11055-2750, and 11055-2751.
|Made||Boy Scouts of America|
|Place of Origin||USA: Nebraska|
|Used||USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln|
Boy Scouts of America
|History||On December 3, 2010 the Cornhusker Council, Boy Scouts of America, held an event at the Nebraska History Museum and Lincoln Children's Museum. The event was for Cub Scouts and was called "Nebraska Treasure", a play on the popular film, "National Treasure". Scouts had to collect clues in the exhibits and received a series of stickers that were pieces of a puzzle. There were also various Native American crafts for the scouts and their families to participate in.|
|Credit line||Nebraska State Historical Society Permanent Collection|