The Oldest of all Writing — Tracks. Country Life, Vol. XVII, Dec., pp. 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 242, 244, 246, 248, 250. 4,800 words. 18 drawings, 6 photos.
The Porcupine at Home. Country Life, Vol. XVII, No. 4, Feb., pp. 415–416. 4 photographs, 1500 words.
The American Boy Scout; the official handbook of Woodcraft for the Boy Scouts of America; being the Ninth Edition of the Birch Bark Roll. New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1910. 86 pp., incl. illus.
Boy Scouts of America; by Ernest Thompson Seton; a handbook of woodcraft, scouting, and life-craft, with which is incorporated by arrangement General Sir Robert Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. New York, for the Boy Scouts of America, by Doubleday, Page & Company, 1910. 192pp. Partly reprinted from various periodicals. This handbook, containing the Tenth Birch Bark Roll, was the first manual for the Boy Scouts of America.
Thanksgiving and the Yule Log. Country Life, Vol. XIX, Nov., p. 37. About 500 words.
The War Dance and the Fire-fly Dance. New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1910. 3–10 pp.
Organized Boyhood. The Boy Scout Movement, its purpose and its laws. Success Mag., Vol. XIII, Dec., pp. 804, 805, 806, 843, 849, 2 photos of groups in camp. An account of the Boy Scout Work.
Boy Scouts in America. Outlook. July 23, pp. 630–5.
How Long Do Animals Live? Ladies’ Home Journal, Aug., p. 6.
The Arctic Prairies. Scribner’s Mag., Part I, The Land of the Buffalo, Nov., pp. 513, 532 with 9 photos and 15 sketches by the author.
— Part II. The Land of the Caribou. As above. Dec., pp. 725–734, with 8 photos and 4 sketches by the author.
— Part III. The Land of the Caribou (Con’t). Asabove. Jan., pp. 61–72; with 8 photos and 6 sketches by the author.
— Part IV. The Land of the Muskox. As above. Feb., pp. 207–223 with 8 photos, 5 sketches and 1 map by the author. These four articles were republished, with additions, in book form the game year.