- Have, by examination and practice, an acquaintance with the essentials of etiquette, as used in the Woodcraft Council and in daily living.
- Run a Council and teach a dance or song.
- Spend at least three hours a week for two weeks helping in home duties.
- Keep temper quite unruffled or speak no evil of any one for one moon.
- After consultation with the Guide, abstain from besetting sin for two months.
Now, as before, the Guide testifies in Council, the Pathfinder has the last green tassel cut from his Badge and is installed as a Minisino of the Big Lodge.
Titles and Officers
Head Guide — One at least twenty-one years of age, of good character, associated with some Woodcraft Tribe and actually giving time to leading in Woodcraft work. Also qualified or willing to qualify within a year as Gleeman or Council Leader. (See Degrees.) Is responsible to Headquarters for work of Tribe.
Guide — One at least eighteen years of age, of good character, willing to give time to leading a Band in Woodcraft work. Is commissioned by Headquarters upon recommendation of the Head Guide.
Shaman — a Guide who has qualified as Camper, Camp Doctor, Camp Cook, and Council Leader.
Chief — A member of a Tribe appointed as Leader by the Guide or elected by the members of the Tribe with the Guide's approval. He acts as the representative of the members (should learn to run the Council), and cooperates with the Guide in conducting the work of the Tribe.
Band Chief — A member of one of the Bands appointed as leader by the Guide or elected by the members of the Band with the Guide's approval. He acts as the representative of the members and cooperates with the Guide in conducting the work of the Band.
Tally Keeper — A member of the Tribe appointed by the Guide, or elected by the Tribe with the approval of the Guide, to act as Secretary and keep the Tally.
Wampum Keeper — A member of the Tribe appointed by the Guide, or elected by the Tribe with the approval of the Guide, to act as Treasurer. Sometimes it may be wise to have one member hold both this and the preceding office.