The True Story of Daddy Binks. Recreation Mag., Vol. XVI, New York, Jan., pp. 19–20.
Krag, and Johnny Bear, with pictures — being the personal histories of Krag, Randy, Johnny Bear, and Chink. New York, C. Scribner’s Sons, 1902. 141 pp. A small school edition of “Lives of the Hunted” (1901), with some of the stories and many of the pictures omitted.
The National Zoo at Washington, a Study of Its Animals in Relation to Their Natural Environment. (In Smithsonian Institution. Annual report, 1901. Washington, 1902. pp. 697–716.) “Reprinted … from The Century Mag., Vol. LIX, March, 1900. Vol. LX, May, 1900.”
Ernest Thompson Seton’s Boys, the New Department of “American Woodcraft” for Boys. Part I. Trailing. Ladies’ Home Journal, Vol. XIX, May, pp. 15, 41. 12 drawings by the author and portrait.
— Part II. Trailing (Cont’d.). As above. June, p. 15; 14 illus. by the author.
— Part III. Playing Injun. As above. July, p. 17; 11 illus. by the author. This is the first published announcement of the Woodcraft Indians, their laws, honors, and activities. It is the first edition of the Manual or Birch Bark Roll. The organization has grown steadily and is now incorporated as the Woodcraft League of America, with branches and offshoots in England, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, and other countries. It was the fore-runner of the Boy Scouts and the Camp-fire Girls. The founders of those organizations were members of the Woodcraft Advisory Board for some years before announcing their own organizations. Its purpose as set forth, the laws in part and the activities practically complete, were adopted by the Boy Scouts of England in 1908.
— Part IV. Archery. As above. Aug., p. 16. Sets forth fully the making of a bow and arrow, how to hold and shoot, how to make a dummy deer, and get up an exciting deerhunt with the bow. ro illus. by the author.
— Part V. Teepees. As above. Sept., p.15. Sets forth fully the making and setting up of a teepee and advantages of same. With incidents. 5 illus. by the author.
— Part VI. Woodcraft Indians and Getting Lost. As Above. Oct., p. 14. Sets forth the founding of a Band of Woodcraft Indians in the summer of 1902 (they called themselves “Seton ..text continues