Articles from February 2019



Kintecoying Lodge #4 Revolutionary War Trail X10

For years Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 sponsored two historic trails in Manhattan, one was “The Old New York Trail” the other was the “Revolutionary War Trail”. After the merger into Kintecoying Lodge #4 in 2013, the lodge continued to use the old patches until they ran out. After all, a Scout is Thrifty. But now the patches have run out, and they have been reissued with the Kintecoying Lodge name. This is the second of the two patches, this one for the Revolutionary War Trail.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Revolutionary War Trail X10

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Revolutionary War Trail X10

The stats for this one are:
X10 LBL C LBL YEL YEL FDL; YEL Revolutionary War Trail – triangle TR

and here is the booklet for the trail.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Revolutionary War Trail Booklet

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Revolutionary War Trail Booklet



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“What country can preserve its liberties, if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms.” –Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William Stephens Smith, 1787

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Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Issues

The 2018 Section NE-2A Conclave was hosted by Paugassett Lodge #553 and held at Strang Scout Reservation, in Connecticut. The theme for the event was Lifting Others Up.

There was a patch for early registration:

Section NE-2A 2018 Golden Ticket

Section NE-2A 2018 Golden Ticket

Not a great image if anyone has a better scan that they can provide. I need one of these, anyone have one for trade or sale?

The Participant Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Participant Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Participant Patch

A trading post version without the tab

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Trading Post Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Trading Post Patch

a “Thank You”/VIA Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave VIA Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave VIA Patch

Anyone have one of these for trade or sale, or at least a better image to post on the blog?

and finally a Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A 2018 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A contains:

  • Tschitani #10 CT
  • Half Moon #28 NY
  • Pocumtuc #(83) MA
  • Nacha Nimat #86 NY
  • Owaneco #313 CT
  • Paugassett #553 CT



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“Shame on the men who can court exemption from present trouble and expense at the price of their own posterity’s liberty!” –Samuel Adams (“Candidus”), 1776

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Kintecoying Lodge #4 The Old New York Trail X9

For years Man-A-HAttin Lodge #82 sponsored two historic trails in Manhattan, one was “The Old New York Trail” the other was the “Revolutionary War Trail”. After the merger into Kintecoying Lodge #4 in 2013, the lodge continued to use the old patches until they ran out. After all, a Scout is Thrifty. But now the patches have run out, and they have been reissued with the Kintecoying Lodge name.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 The Old New York Trail X9

Kintecoying Lodge #4 The Old New York Trail X9

The stats for this one are:
X9 LBL C LBL YEL YEL FDL; YEL The Old New York Trail TR

and here is the booklet for the trail.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 The Old New York Trail Booklet

Kintecoying Lodge #4 The Old New York Trail Booklet



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“[Rights] are not annexed to us by parchments and seals. They are created in us by the decrees of Providence, which establish the laws of our nature. They are born with us; exist with us; and cannot be taken from us by any human power, without taking our lives. In short, they are founded on the immutable maxims of reason and justice.” –John Dickinson, A Warning to the Colonies (Of the Right to Freedom; and of Traitors), 1766

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Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Issues

The 2017 Section NE-2A Conclave was hosted by Pocumtuc Lodge #83 and held at Moses Scout Reservation. The theme for the event was Navigate Our Future.

There was a patch for early registration:

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Preregistration Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Preregistration Patch

I need one of these, anyone have one for trade or sale?

The Participant Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Participant Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Participant Patch

A trading post version without the tab

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Trading Post Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Trading Post Patch

a Cubclave Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Cubclave Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Cubclave Patch

a “Thank You” Patch, there were reportedly 100 of these made.

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Thank You Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Thank You Patch

and finally a Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A 2017 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-2A contains:

  • Tschitani #10 CT
  • Half Moon #28 NY
  • Pocumtuc #(83) MA
  • Nacha Nimat #86 NY
  • Owaneco #313 CT
  • Paugassett #553 CT



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“[T]he people are not to be disarmed of their weapons. They are left in full possession of them.” –Zacharia Johnson, speech in the Virginia Ratifying Convention, 1788

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Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1952 Youth NOAC Neckerchief?

Over the years, I’ve been told that several NOAC contingent neckerchief issues were made for Ty-Ohni Lodge. The neckerchiefs had no indication they were made for NOAC, but were either a single color cloth for adults or two colors for Youth. I’ve been told this was for the 1952 NOAC.

The scan has changed the colors, they are more a neon pink and electric blue and made of a silk or sateen like material. The badge is the Ty Ohni R1

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 NOAC Neckerchief?

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 NOAC Neckerchief?

Here is another image with truer colors.

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1952 Youth NOAC Neckerchief?

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 1952 Youth NOAC Neckerchief?

Can anyone confirm the year this was used? Or have more information on this neckerchief?



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“It is a duty certainly to give our sparings to those who want; but to see also that they are faithfully distributed, and duly apportioned to the respective wants of those receivers. And why give through agents whom we know not, to persons whom we know not, and in countries from which we get no account, where we can do it at short hand, to objects under our eye, through agents we know, and to supply wants we see?” –Thomas Jefferson, letter to Michael Megear, 1823

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Kintecoying Lodge #4 Man-A-Hattin Chapter A1

Most of the predecessor lodges of Kintecoying Lodge #4 issued one or more Death Flaps or final Banquet patches. Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 did the same, but it did not become available until there year-end chapter banquet over 6 months after the merger in April 2013. Therefore I’m calling this a chapter issue from Man-A-Hattin Chapter of Kintecoying Lodge #4, To date, this is the only chapter issued from any of the lodge’s six chapters.

It usses the same design as the original arrowhead from the lodge and adds the birth and death years.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Man-A-Hattin Chapter A1

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Man-A-Hattin Chapter A1

The stats for this one are:
Kintecoying Man-A-Hattin A 1 RED R ORG BLK – BLU New York, WWW, 82 BLK 1936, 2013



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“Some are weatherwise, some are otherwise.” –Benjamin Franklin (1735)

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Kintecoying Lodge #4 Celebrating 90 Years of Scouting at TMR Set F1 X8Kintecoying Lodge #4 Celebrating 90 Years of Scouting at TMR Set F1 X8

In addition to the Trails of TMR set, Kintecoying Lodge issued a 2-piece set celebrating the 90th Anniversary of Ten Mile River Scout Camps. The set used a technique called Dye Sublimation which allowed the use of photographic images and shows more details than a stitched patch.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Celebrating 90 Years of Scouting at TMR Set F1 X8

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Celebrating 90 Years of Scouting at TMR Set F1 X8

The stats for this would be:
F1 MAR R M/C MAR MAR FDL; Lodge Name MAR outlined WHT MAR Ten Mile River Scout Camps RED Looking to the Future Remembering the Past W/X8
X8 MAR R M/C MAR BRN Lodge Name MAR outlined WHT, WHT Celebrating 90 Years of Scouting at TMR w/F1 Dye Sublimation



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“[A] rigid economy of the public contributions and absolute interdiction of all useless expenses will go far towards keeping the government honest and unoppressive.” –Thomas Jefferson, letter to Marquis de Lafayette, 1823

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