G. Harvey Ralphson
G. Harvey Ralphson (1879-1940), American Boy Scouts Master and author of the Boy Scouts series, including Boy Scouts in Mexico, or On Guard with Uncle Sam (1911);
"This book is dedicated to the Boys and Girls of America, in the fond hope that herein they will find pleasure, instruction and inspiration; that they may increase and grow in usefulness, self-reliance, patriotism and unselfishness, and ever become fonder and fonder of their country and its institutions, of Nature and her ways, is the cherished hope and wish of the author."--G. Harvey Ralphson, Scout Master
Producing a number of adventure stories for boys during his career, George Harvey Ralphson created suspenseful plots in a variety of American regional and exotic locations. His characters embody the Boy Scout spirit and their slogan "Do a Good Turn Daily". The Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910 by William D. Boyce, after meeting the British General Lord Robert Baden Powell in London, England who had founded the Scouts in Great Britain. On the eve of World War I Ralphson's patriotic stories brought inspiration to young men all over North America and Europe.
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