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State of the Hobby – Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch

I had previously written about the Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch, one of the toughest items from Tahgajute Lodge #247.

One recently showed up on eBay.

247J3
Clicking on the image will bring you to the auction results for the next few months.

this one was probably hurt since it does not contain the lodge name or number, but their were still for unique bidders on this on driving the price up to over $ 56.00.


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Discovery – Tahgajute Lodge #247 1981 NOAC X5

While it has long been listed in the CSP Guide as the Cayuaga County SA-3, it has never been reflected in the Blue Book. The CSP below should be cross listed as the Tahgajute Lodge #247 X5.

Tahgajute Lodge #247 1981 NOAC X5

Tahgajute Lodge #247 1981 NOAC X5

The Blue Book stats should be:
X5 SMY R M/C – YEL FDL, BLK Cayuga County Council Jambo 81 NOAC

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Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Update

Here is another update to one of my early conclave posts from back in November 2006, I wrote about the 2006 Section NE-3B Conclave which was held at Camp Rotary. I’ve since been able to add images of several more issues from that event and will replace that early post with this one on my checklist.

As far as I now know, there were three pocket patches and a jacket patch.

The standard patch had a black border

Section NE-3B 2006 Section Conclave Round

There was also a red bordered version which I believe was the staff issue.

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Staff Patch

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Staff Patch

and a light Blue border for the Lodge with the highest percentage attendance.

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave LBL Pocket Patch

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave LBL Pocket Patch

and a jacket patch

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Jacket Patch

Update July 2014
There was also a neckerchief issued for the event.

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Neckerchief

Section NE-3B 2006 Conclave Neckerchief

The Lodges of NE-3B included:

  • Haudenosaunee Lodge #19
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34
  • Otahnagon Lodge #172
  • Kayanernh-Kowa Lodge #219
  • Tahgajute Lodge #247
  • Onteroraus Lodge #402

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Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch

One of the toughest issues from Tahgajute Lodge #247 is their J3.

Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch

Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch

The story I’ve been told by several sources, is that this was the 1978 Jacket Patch issued by the camp. Circa two dozen of them had a Red Arrow embroidered on them by the Lodge and they were used to identify the Cermonial team members from the Lodge.

Can anyone provide further details or confirmation on this patch?


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  6. White Sea Scout Eagle Badge
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  11. Knowledge is Power – Uncommon Flaps from Common Lodges
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  15. Knowledge is Power – Silver Fawn Revisited
  16. Knowledge is Power – Adirondack Lodge #357 R1
  17. Knowledge is Power – Tahgajute 247 X1
  18. Knowledge is Power – Area I 1945 Conclave
  19. Knowledge is Power or Oh My God!!
  20. Knowledge is Power – 1937 Jambo Shoulder Tab
  21. Early Region 2 Patch on eBay
  22. VINTAGE 60’s BOY CUB SCOUTS NECKERCHEIF UNIFORM LOT
  23. Update – VINTAGE 60’s BOY CUB SCOUTS NECKERCHEIF UNIFORM LOT
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  25. Knowldge Is Power – Sislija X2
  26. Most Expensive OA Lodge Event Patch?
  27. Delaware County Council OA Neck’chief worn 1958 Enclave
  28. Achpateuny Lodge #498 Dance Team Issue
  29. Knowledge is Power – Wabaningo Lodge Handbook
  30. Knowledge is Power Air Ace Medal Type 2
  31. Sea Scout Eagle Revisited
  32. Y2K Philmont Arrowheads
  33. Collecting OA Handbooks
  34. 2009 NOAC American Folklore Set
  35. Before there was 4, there was 6 and before that 12
  36. Knights of Dunamis
  37. P2K – Philmont Arrowhead
  38. Early Troop Committee Armband
  39. Air Scouts and Air Explorers
  40. WTF – $ 2000 Hat Pin
  41. 1937 World Jamboree USA Contingent Flash
  42. Sea Scout Eagle Badge on White Twill
  43. 1935 Boy Scout National Jamboree Shoulder Tab and Patch
  44. Scouts De America
  45. World Brotherhood Camporee
  46. RWS: Chautauqua County, RARE-original style, gauze back
  47. Philmont Ranch Hand P2K Arrowhead
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  50. 1948 OA Handbook Hardbound Edition – The Finale
  51. OA Belt Buckle
  52. Philmont Dollar Patch
  53. Knowledge is Power – The Silver Fawn Redone
  54. NY Pre-OA Honor Society – Order Of The White Swastika
  55. National Order of the Arrow Indian Seminar
  56. Ah Wa Ge OA Lodge 477 Neckerchief Slide
  57. A Look Back – The Silver Fawn
  58. Tahgajute Lodge #247 J3 Ceremonial Team Patch
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Look Back – Tahgajute Lodge #247 65th Anniversary S18

Three years ago we were posting on a flap which celebrates the 65th Anniversary of Tahgajute Lodge in 2008.

Tahgajute Lodge #247 65th Anniversary S18

Tahgajute Lodge #247 65th Anniversary S18

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Tahgajute Lodge #247 Death Flap S20

New IssueAnother issue I saw for the first time at the CNY TOR last month was a Death Flap from Tahgajute Lodge #247. Reportedly around 50 flaps were made and made available to the final members of the lodge around the time of the lodge merger.

Tahgajute Lodge #247 Death Flap S20

The quote has been referred to as Logan’s Lament and probably reflects how at least some felt about the ‘loss’ of Tahgajute.

The stats for this one should be:
S20 BLK R BLK – BLK FDL; BLK WWW, 247 WHT Who is there to mourn for Logan

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Heard Around the TOR and Conclave

Spent much of Saturday at the 2012 Central New York Trade-O-Ree Scouting Memorabilia & Trade Show held at Camp woodlands this past weekend. Picked up a number of current needs, some information on new issues and a few items that I had missed. Also heard from some folk at the NE-2B conclave about some NYC area issues. Thought that I would post a summarry here, you should be seeing individual posts over the next couple of weeks on these items.

  • Section NE-3B held their conclave the first weekend in June. There were 3 different pocket patches trading post, particpant, & staff as well as a Jacket Patch and Neckerchief.
  • Section NE-3B will also be issuing a set of NOAC Flaps, one for each of the 5 lodges in the Section.
  • Section NE-2B held their conclave this past weekend and issued a Jacket Patch, and 4 pocket patches: Participant, VIA Lunch, Staff(?) and Host Lodge(?). Can anyone confirm ehat each of the border colors represent?
  • Ranachqua Lodge #4 will be issuing a two-piece delegate set to go along with the two sets already out.
  • Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 will also be issuing a two-piece delegate set, although they are apparently still on order.
  • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82 will be issuing two flaps, a fundraiser and contingent flap.
  • Otahnagon Lodge #172 has issued several items which have gone unreported. There were event flaps issued for the Lodge banquets for 2010, 2011, and 2012. There is an Executive Board Patch, a chevron issued for the Acquatic Education Center and one for the Fith Anniversary of their Lodge Advisor Joe Bennet
  • Tahgajute Lodge Lodge #247 has a final Death Flap which apparently was reportedly only produced in a quantity uner 50. Most went to former Tahgajute members, but s small nember were seen at the CNY TOR this past weekend
  • Ashokwahta Lodge #339 issued a two piece trader for the 2012 NOAC and a Contingent flap.
  • Kittan Lodge #364 has issued a new version of their regular issue flap. There are a number of small differences from the S1. Does it rise two the level of a variety? Certainly not a new issue. Their Ta-Oun-Ya-Wat-Ha Chapter has also issued a new All Season Camper Patch.
  • Tschipey Achtu Lodge #(95 or) 397 also has several new issues, and F flap of the same design of their S4. There are also 2 new two-piece sets a 2012 NOAC Trader and 2012 NOAC Contingent set.
  • Onteroraus Lodge #402 has issued a fundraiser flap for the 2012 NOAC. There will also be a two pice set which was to have been released on June 9 fellowship
  • Will have to review my notes and see if there are any other issues I overlooked.

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