- Frontier scouts
- Military scouts
- Scouts and scouting
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
Scouts and scoutingScouts and scouting
- found: American Heritage dict. (scout: one that is dispatched from a main body to gather information, especially in preparation for military action)
- found: Random House dict. (scout: a soldier, warship, airplaine, etc., employed in reconnoitering; a person sent out to obtain information)
- found: Google search, Mar. 26, 2007 (frontier scouts; military scouts)
subdivision [Scouts and scouting] under individual wars, e.g. [United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Scouts and scouting]
- 2007-03-26: new
- 2007-05-08: revised
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